I see you. Not sharing your truth with a colleague or spouse. Making choices based on what other people want. Feeling like your power is diminishing. These choices may seem trivial and small in the moment, but they can have huge energy consequences. .
The choices you make tomorrow will now compound together. You may start to lose power and eventually wonder how the heck you got here. The truth is, speaking our truth, making choices, and fully using our willpower is critical today more than ever.
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Did I ever mention that time I modelled with @Burberry and @CaraDelevingne in Regent street?
Well, it was a cold morning, I did them a favour and didn’t even get a coffee…that reminds me, I was going to look up the definition of a word this one security guard kept repeating: ‘loitering’. 🤔😉 Jokes X.
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about where I think I’m heading with my work, my Instagram account (also work), and my general creative direction.
One thing I’m learning, is not to take myself too seriously.
In terms of presenting myself and my work into the ‘out there’, there’s often so much pressure for it to look right, be edited right, have the right tones, and colour, and caption and hashtags and everything to be strong enough to push my work forward; hopefully for more exposure.
Finding exposure for work through social media has been both a privilege and a challenge. It’s obviously great to get discovered by potential clients, but the rules that allow for that discovery are always changing, so nothing is a certainty with social media, and you’ll only make it if you’re quick to adapt and also VERY lucky in most cases nowadays.
We all face various challenges with our work, and this is one of mine right now: ‘where do we go from here?’.
You can only be true to yourself and keep on going. Keep on creating, and especially don’t isolate yourself. I’m discovering the joys of collaborating with other creatives. But I’m always grateful for the opportunities I’ve had, and for people who follow and support my work too. If you’ve ever dropped a like or comment or reply, I’m grateful to you, because it helps to keep the motivation up to keep on working.
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Hitting London from today, Mercedes Grower’s super punky anti-rom-com BRAKES, starring Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh, as well as a crazy amount of other amazing British talent - look out for Q&A screenings this weekend at @picturehousecentral and @riocinema in Dalston!
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Pentagram partner Marina Willer has designed the visual identity and exhibition design for a new show on at London’s Design Museum dedicated to the history of Ferrari.
Ferrari: Under the Skin is split into six sections, which contain roughly £140 million worth of cars, alongside original sketches and memorabilia related to the car brand.
Willer’s concept for the exhibition aims to “go beyond the red and clichés of masculinity” associated with Ferrari to provide a more “immersive experience” that offers insight into the craft of the cars, says Pentagram.
The visual language of the show takes cues from the Ferrari archives; material swatches and modelling clay used by Italian car design company Carrozzeria Scaglietti in the 1960s have informed the red, gold and grey colour palettes in the space.
Supergraphics and large-scale signage on the walls have been inspired by the condensed typeface used in old Ferrari promotional materials such as posters and brochures. Italian typeface Forma, also used across vintage materials, has been used for body copy throughout the exhibition.
The large signs have also been constructed as three-dimensional objects throughout the space to reflect the “physicality of the cars”, adds Willer, rather than painted onto the walls.
A wayfinding system for the exhibition is made up of directional markings on the floor, which are inspired by those on the floors of the Ferrari factory in Italy.
This line concept has also been used in three-dimensional, red, square and rectangular framing devices, which are used to border exhibits and explanatory text on the walls.
Spotlighting has also been used to highlight certain areas of the show and make it “feel theatrical and create ambience”, says Willer.
The six sections aim to explore Ferrari “behind the scenes”, the Pentagram partner adds, by delving into different areas of the manufacturing and driving process. This includes how the cars are modelled, how they are engineered, and the personal stories of the Formula One drivers associated with the brand. It aims to demystify the “glamorised myth that circles Ferrari”, says Willer, and reflect “the quality of the craft”.
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