Divinity is a webcomic by Kevin Rojas Veliz and Nicolas R Giacondino
The mission was to make the designs look modern, but still have 1940′s 1950′s elements that’s also typical for this comic which manifests itself in the same era.
Besides having to use a lot of really cool fonts an design-elements I also implemented a lot of handy stuff for new webcomic creators. Kevin agreed to make the code open-source to make it easier for new comic-artists to publish their material on the internet. I will be working on it in a couple of months. It will be available in 2013 under the name “2frames”.
I had the honour this weekend to work on a great new project with other professionals. This year was the first Social Innovation Lab 2012, it consisted of brainstorm sessions all over the country on how the digital world can assist in halting or diminishing poverty.
You can see the slideshow here
From these brainstorms, 6 projects were chosen by a professional jury.
Last weekend we had the opportunity to work out a nice prototype for one of the chosen projects : Waste Watchers.
Waste Watchers is a project that wants to take care of the excess food that gets thrown away from stores, restaurants and maybe even individuals and take them to the people that need it most.
La Mosca asked me to make a WordPress website for both mobile and desktop browsers as a showcase for their previous games and as a platform for new assignments. The site had to look clean, but still a bit playful.
Begrafenissen Heiremans is a small and succesful funeral-company in Borgerhout,
they approached me to make a funny and almost caricatural presentation of the family moving, to send to friends, relatives and business contacts for the holidays.