Gilbert Legrand

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in What inspires me | No Comments

Now that I am out of college, and my grades are safely recorded in the back of some dusty file cabinet, I can admit that I had a favorite design teacher, Bob Coonts. I arranged my whole schedule around his classes. To this day, whenever I’m in a design quandary, I think to myself, “WWBCD”? And I always know the answer.

One of his many lessons that has stuck with me throughout the years is his¬†encouragement to¬†illustrate using non-traditional media. He showed us examples of landscapes made out of pasta and bacon, portraits¬†“drawn” with strands and clumps of hair, and a poster advocating the end of world hunger, drawn with simple, affordable foods such as beans and rice.

But NONE of his examples used a ping pong paddle.

http://www.doodlersanonymous.com/post/2108/extraordinary-illustrations-on-ordinary-objects/?fb_action_ids=10152071465111191&fb_action_types=og.likes

 

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