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Wedding 360 / SML Projects (Set)

Wedding Invitations for the wedding of Jen Chen + Peter Evans.

 

Concept

The wedding invitation comes as a pack of postcards.

 

Post Card Form factor

 

All the post cards are designed to meet US Postal Service standards. So these invitations double-duty as wish you were here postcards where the guest can send out at the event.

 

Post Card 1: The Roast

Post Card 2: The Celebration

Post Card 3: The Finale

Post Card 4: The RSVP

Post Card 4: The RSVP: Back. Pre-printed with the address where the card ought to be sent back.

Post Card 5: Festivity. The all-purpose postcard for the guests to keep if they have decided to mailed the first 3 postcards as wish you were here from the event.

 

Wedding Identity / Logo

 

Double Happiness (Google Image Search) reinterpreted using lines and geometric shapes. Graphically, the traditional symbol for wedding literally unite the first names of the woman and the man.

 

The logo also draws inpsiration from the icons for the male and female symbols. This influence is much more apparent when you flip the logo.

 

Cost

 

Instead of offset-printing, we printed these with a commercial postcard press (Modern Postcard). The bride only needed 120 sets of these, which is far less than the 250 minimum run.

 

All the postcards together cost 1,500 to print — it's a great deal when you consider offset-printing a limited-run offset printjob for the same design on a single card will easily cost more than 1,000.

 

Translation: The bride saved a lot of money and I've got more than a hundred extra for my portfolio.

 

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Copyright 2004-2005 See-ming Lee (SML Pro Blog / SML LinkedIn). All rights reserved.

64 valid circle construction. 11 of them are currently actively used.

 

SML Circles = Small Circle + Medium Circle + Large Circle = All Circles;

 

The circles have 3 layers:

1. Inner circle: Base / Core / Interior / Internal

2. Middle circle: Bridge / Transformation / Transition

3. Outer circle: Exterior / External / Public Facing

 

The colors have specific meanings in each, while following a specific general scheme. Explore each to find out.

 

SML Network = See-ming Lee 李思明 SML + Network;

 

Related SML Universe

SML Circles

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SML Flickr: Homo Magi / 2007 / SML

SML Flickr: Life / 2007 / SML

SML Flickr: Meta Human / 2007 / SML

SML Flickr: Sex / 2007 / SML

SML Flickr: SML / 2007 / SML

SML Flickr Set: SML Circles / SML Groups / SML Universe

SML Ideas

SML Synergy

 

SML Network

30Boxes: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

3dvia: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

43Things: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

9rules: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

ACIDPlanet: SML

 

AIGA: See-ming Lee

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Amazon: See-ming Lee

AOL: smlLive

Artist Server: SML

Ask.com: See-ming Lee

 

Asoboo: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

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Connexion: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

 

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DList: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

DNA Magazine: seeminglee

DivX Stage6: seeminglee

Dodgeball: See-ming Lee

 

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Google: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

Gmail: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

 

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Iconolatry: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

ICQ: 1453551

IMEEM: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

IxDA: See-ming Lee

Jaiku: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

 

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Wink: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

 

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Yahoo Messenger: seemingleeNYC

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Yale GALA: See-ming Lee / Yale '99

Yelp: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

YouTube: See-ming Lee 李思明 SML (seeminglee)

 

Zannel: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

Ziki: See-ming Lee (seeminglee)

 

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© 2007 See-ming Lee (Blog / Facebook / Flickr / Google / LinkedIn / YouTube)

In the years to come, there will be more experimental typography to come.

 

It is too early to judge whether these are valuable to the history of graphic design.

 

However, we await the challenge to see if such experimental typography will become the rules for typography in the future.

 

Experimental Typography, a visual essay by See-ming Lee, 1997

Accordian fold

01: Cover

02: Spread 2

03: Spread 3

04: Spread 4

05: Spread 5

06: Spread 6

07: Spread 7

 

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See SML Pro Blog: Facebook Network / 2009 / SML

 

Facebook Network

Mapping a single person's social graph on Facebook and analysing the underlying clusters.

 

Clusters

+ Family and friends of family.

+ Sexual orientation: gay aka extended family.

+ Education: high school, college.

+ Professional: co-workers, clients, industry events.

+ Interests: art, music, photography.

+ Random: by chance meetings, dates, social networks like Flickr and Twitter.

 

Colophon

Created using Nexus with Facebook relationship data of See-ming Lee on 2009-09-01. Nexus is a Facbook network visualizer and can be found at nexus.ludios.net. Cluster mapping and infographics created using Inkscape.

Global color usage with respect to time and location

Compiled using Adobe Kuler Pulse by Strategically Mutated Lifeforms

kuler.adobe.com/#pulse

 

Time: The four seasons of 2008

Location: USA, UK, Germany, Japan, Brazil

 

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UI Design credits: Stamen Design, a design and technology studio in San Francisco. (reference: Contagious issue Seventeen)

 

Adobe Kuler is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. Strategically Mutated Lifeforms are part of the SML Universe. All screenshots captured on 2009-01-11.

 

Updates

+ 2009-06-25: Appeared on Web Designer Depot as one of 25+ Useful Infographics for Web Designers... alongside with iA's web trend map. SML Thank You

SML Flickr Group: SML Sex

SML Pro Blog: Sex

 

SML Circles

Circle S = life = mother nature;

Circle M = pure transformation = pure process;

Circle L = dirty appearance = evil exterior;

 

SML Colors

Magenta = Life;

Black + White = Gorgeous Photography;

 

SML Dictionary

Sex = Art + Communication + Life;

 

SML Reference

 

Sex refers to the male and female duality of biology and reproduction. Unlike organisms that only have the ability to reproduce asexually, sexed male and female pairs have the ability to produce offspring through meiosis and fertilization. The two sexes attract one another and communicate their readiness to procreate through differences in their biology.

 

An organism’s sex reflects its biological function in reproduction, not its sexuality or other behavior. The female sex is defined as the one which produces the larger gamete and which typically bears the offspring. In contrast, the male sex has a smaller gamete and rarely bears offspring. In some animals, sex may be assigned to specific structures rather than the entire organism. Earthworms, for example, are normally hermaphrodites.

 

(Wikipedia: Sex)

 

Available Sizes

+ Medium (500 x 465 JPEG)

+ Large (1000 x 953 JPEG)

+ Original (4974 x 4629 PNG)

 

Screenshots captured by SML Bio Bot on 2009-09-20

+ 500 Most Interesting SML Flickr: Page 1

+ 500 Most Interesting SML Flickr: Page 2

+ 500 Most Interesting SML Flickr: Page 3

+ 500 Most Interesting SML Flickr: Page 4

+ 500 Most Interesting SML Flickr: Page 5

 

SML Pro Blog: Synergy: an unfocused approach to learning about oneself

blog.seeminglee.com/2009/09/synergy-unfocused-approach-to...

 

A lot of people prefer web destinations to have a very specific focus, but it appears that I am inherently an unfocused person, and therefore my web destinations also are rather unfocused.

 

In the beginning, SML Pro Blog was just the SML Blog, and it contains pretty much everything that my life contains, until I am getting some negative feedbacks from professional colleagues who wish not have their photos appear next to blog posts relating to my gay activities, which is when SML Gay Blog was born. Then some folks who got really annoyed with my massive photography output, and so SML Photo Blog was born. Then after a while I started to have so many blogs that I cannot keep track on, so I have now reconsolidated the SML Thank You and SML Notebook back into this blog, because it soon became *very* challenging to manage them all.

 

Conversely, I take a very-me approach when it comes to content on Flickr. I post pretty much everything onto it: my designs, my photography, my hacks, my screenshots, and source of inspiration all bundled up together. It's me, after all. By not separating these data, I gain a much better insight into which of my stuff is good and 'interesting' to folks.

 

I know far too many people who keep a separate Flickr profile for their "professional" life vs their "play" life but when I view the content, I can't tell the difference and reason as to why they are separate. Consolidation is good. Just filter, and tag. I think that via my very unfocused postings, I have successfully cross-marketed my designs to people who came to my stream because of my abstract photography; or that they discovered that I am much much more than a photojournalist who run around events.

 

Because of this content cross-pollination, I also learned based on my data that what people find to be interesting is also very all-across the board, and that is interesting to me. I made screenshots of the top 5 pages from the 500 Most Interesting Flickr (set) and bundled them together, and it provides a great sign-post as to where I should be headed next.

 

Related SML

+ SML Pro Blog: Synergy

+ SML Flickr Tags: Synergy

+ SML Wiki: Flickr Analytics

+ SML Wiki: Interestingness

The Public Domain Review continues to dump out bizarre images onto its archive.

 

Shown here is a Japanese woodcut by Kamekichi Tsunajima titled “Ryūkō eigo zukushi”, or “A Fashionable Melange of English Words”. The print shows images of animals, activities and objects each with their Japanese and English names. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) some spelling mistakes have given rise to some interesting new activities such as “Refreshiug” and “Cuting Rice”, and the “Gaot”, “Hoise” and “Tea Po”. The introduction of activities (including the very Zen-like “Looking Moon”) give an interesting take on the often more object-orientated Western equivalents. Also worth noting the interesting additions of “Cross Child” rather than simply “Child” , and “Blank Book” rather than “Book”.

 

(This image has been “restored” by Wikimedia user trialanderrors and is housed at Wikimedia Commons. The original can be found at the Library of Congress).

 

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Test Card 8.5x11 for a black & white photocopy machine / 1998 / SML Graphic Design

 

Assignment

 

Art 366a Visual Studies

Fall Semester 1998

 

T-TH 1:30-3:20, 215 Park Street

Paul Elliman, Instructor

paul.elliman [at] yale.edu

 

1. Testcard

 

(Week 1-2) Devise a testcard, 8.5x11, for a black & white photocopy machine

 

The card is basically a set of questions or exercises - point, type specimen, line, pattern, half-tone, grey-scale spectrum, moire - designed to test the machine's effectiveness or value.

 

The testcard should explore not only the effective (proper?) function of the photocopier, but also any other qualities (Test the limits of its language/your language)

 

Investigate both the history and teh working mechanics of thsi machine, then (week 3-4) extend the scope of the testcard to include this kind of informaion.

 

Process (42 pages)

+ 1: Assignment

+ 2: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.64: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 3: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.65: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 4: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.66: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 5: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.67: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 6: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.68: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 7: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.69: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 8: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.70: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 9: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.71: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 10: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.72: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 11: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.73: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 12: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 13: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 14: Sketches: 1

+ 15: Sketches: 2

+ 16: Sketches: 3

+ 17: Sketches: 4

+ 18: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 1

+ 19: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 2

+ 20: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 3

+ 21: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 4

+ 22: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 5

+ 23: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 6

+ 24: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 7

+ 25: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 8

+ 26: Sketches: 5

+ 27: Skethces: 6

+ 28: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 1

+ 29: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 2

+ 30: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 1

+ 31: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 2

+ 32: Sketches: 7

+ 33: Sketches: 8

+ 34: Research: Basic Copier Model: 1

+ 35: Research: Basic Copier Model: 2

+ 36: Design: Anatomy of a Basic Copier

+ 37: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 38: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 39: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 40: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 41: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 42: Design: The Basic Copy Process

 

SML Copyright Notice

Copyright 1998 See-ming Lee / SML Flickr / SML Universe. All rights reserved.

Today is my birthday so naturally I am getting greetings all over the globe. This is my thank you card to all of you!!!!

 

See blog post SML Pro Blog: SML Thank You / 2009-09-25 / SML about the origin of this design.

See SML Wiki: Jen Chen + Peter Evans Wedding 360 for full project description.

 

Wedding 360 / SML Projects (Set)

Wedding Invitations for the wedding of Jen Chen + Peter Evans.

 

Concept

The Jen + Peter logo reversed out and created as a traditional Chinese seal (stamp / chop). The seal is used to add a personal touch to all the thank you notes.

 

To save cost, we utilized commercial rubber stamp companies. The stamps are not perfect, but the imperfection actually adds value to the individually written stationary. Guests felt extra special when things are not prepackaged. Total cost for production: 34 dollars including shipping.

 

Wedding Identity / Logo

Double Happiness reinterpreted using lines and geometric shapes. Graphically, the traditional symbol for wedding literally unite the first names of the woman and the man.

 

The logo also draws inpsiration from the icons for the male and female symbols. This influence is much more apparent when you flip the logo.

 

SML Reference

Double Happiness - Google Image Search

 

SML Copyright Notice

Copyright 2004-2005 See-ming Lee (SML Pro Blog / SML LinkedIn). All rights reserved.

Desktop / OS: Advanced mode in KDE 3.42 / EEEPC 702 Xandros

Design elements created using Inkscape and GIMP. Everything was pieced together playing with KDE settings.

 

This whole set came into being after fiinding some really interesting tools + settings in GIMP that has never appeared in Photoshop. In this paritcular case, it was a spiral gradient settings. That's the connected theme throughout these four images. It was in fact also the only tool used.

 

More interestingly, I don't remember anything from Photoshop releases in recent years that got me obsessed like this - but maybe it's because I haven't quite understood the GIMP's way of doing things so that I can use it like I do with Photoshop: do 90%+ of my tasks with curve adjustment layers and get on with real tasks at hand. :)

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is th greatest accomplistment. – Ralph Walde Emerson

See SML Wiki: Jen Chen + Peter Evans Wedding 360 for full project description.

 

Wedding 360 / SML Projects (Set)

Wedding Invitations for the wedding of Jen Chen + Peter Evans.

 

Concept

Save-the-Date as a literal act of making a mark on a calendar. To save cost, designs were printed on Avery circular labels using on a Fiery printer (color laser jet).

 

Typography

Helvetica (Masculine / Modern / Yang) combined with BickhamScriptPro (Feminine / Traditional / Yin) to create a united synergy of harmony.

 

For the engagement party sticker, the type flows spirally from outside to the center, suggesting two person coming together and join on one day. For the wedding save-the-date sticker, the type spirals out from the center to suggest the date where they start to expand the lives together for eternity.

 

SML Copyright Notice

© 2004-2005 See-ming Lee (Blog)

art.sy connects your art with qualified collectors using the latest social media technology. And we stand behind this claim: all the costs are on us and we don't make a dime unless we sell your art.

 

Unlike art sites that sell hand-made items or reprints, Art.sy is focused exclusively on original artworks in the categories of painting, printmaking, and photography.

 

For collectors, Art.sy's focus guarantees that they will only see high-quality and original artworks. And our specialized search engine makes it very easy to find artwork they will fall in love with.

 

For artists, Art.sy offers a free, professional art gallery that delivers high rankings in web search-engine listings. Our technology also provides powerful connections into social networking sites, making it much easier for people to discover your art and share it with their friends on any social-networking service on the Internet, from Facebook and Twitter to blogging platforms like Wordpress.

 

Wedding 360 / SML Projects (Set)

Wedding Invitations for the wedding of Jen Chen + Peter Evans.

 

Concept

The wedding invitation comes as a pack of postcards.

 

Typography

 

Bickham Script Pro is used to set a formal line of text to poke fun of the typically formal and often unreadable letterpress invites.

 

Helvetica Neue Std is used to recreate the same information in what an information designer would do given the same situation.

 

Bodoni 26 from P22 is used to create the title of the event. As a serif, it also functions as the link between the script face and the sans serif.

 

The idea of combining a script face with a modern face is to reinforce the theme which runs through the wedding: a synergy of masculine + feminine, modern + traditional, western + chinese, yin + yang.

 

Post Card Form factor

 

All the post cards are designed to meet US Postal Service standards. So these invitations double-duty as wish you were here postcards where the guest can send out at the event.

 

Post Card 1: The Roast

Post Card 2: The Celebration

Post Card 3: The Finale

Post Card 4: The RSVP

Post Card 4: The RSVP: Back. Pre-printed with the address where the card ought to be sent back.

Post Card 5: Festivity. The all-purpose postcard for the guests to keep if they have decided to mailed the first 3 postcards as wish you were here from the event.

 

Wedding Identity / Logo

 

Double Happiness (Google Image Search) reinterpreted using lines and geometric shapes. Graphically, the traditional symbol for wedding literally unite the first names of the woman and the man.

 

The logo also draws inpsiration from the icons for the male and female symbols. This influence is much more apparent when you flip the logo.

 

Cost

 

Instead of offset-printing, we printed these with a commercial postcard press (Modern Postcard). The bride only needed 120 sets of these, which is far less than the 250 minimum run.

 

All the postcards together cost 1,500 to print — it's a great deal when you consider offset-printing a limited-run offset printjob for the same design on a single card will easily cost more than 1,000.

 

Translation: The bride saved a lot of money and I've got more than a hundred extra for my portfolio.

 

SML Copyright Notice

Copyright 2004-2005 See-ming Lee (SML Pro Blog / SML LinkedIn). All rights reserved.

Patterns created using the letters from Helvetica:

+ Helvetica in A

+ Helvetica in B

+ Helvetica in C

 

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© 2005 See-ming Lee (Blog / Facebook / Flickr / Google / LinkedIn / YouTube)

+ SML Fine Art (Flickr Group)

+ SML Fine Art (FriendFeed)

+ SML Fine Art (Twitter)

+ smlfineart.org

 

Also published on SML Pro Blog: SML Fine Art ( 美術 / 美术 / ファインアート)

 

SML Fine Art

= Small + Medium + Large + Fine Art

= Small + Medium + Large + Architecture + Cinematography + Creativity + Dance + Design + Drawing + Film + Graffiti + Intermedia + Literature + Media + Music + Painting + Photography + Printmaking + Sculpture + Textiles + Theatre + Writing;

 

SML Fine Art (Flickr Group) = Flickr Group dedicated to preserving the diversity of the fine art media for all forms of fine art — small, medium or large.

 

Colors

Yellow = Magic / Magical

White = Pure

 

Circles

Inner circle = Base / Core / Interior / Internal

Middle circle = Bridge / Transformation / Transition

Outer circle = Exterior / External / Public Facing

 

Brand Attributes

Creative / Inspirational / Magical / Witty

  

Wikipedia: Fine art

 

Fine art refers to arts that are concerned with a limited number of visual and performing art forms, including painting, sculpture, dance, theatre, architecture and printmaking. Schools, institutes, and other organizations still use the term to indicate a traditional perspective on the art forms, often implying an association with classic or academic art.

 

The word "fine" does not so much denote the quality of the artwork in question, but the purity of the discipline. This definition tends to exclude visual art forms that could be considered craftwork or applied art, such as textiles. The more recent term visual arts is widely considered to be a more inclusive and descriptive phrase for today's variety of current art practices, and for the multitude of mediums in which high art is now more widely recognized to occur. Ultimately, the term fine in 'fine art' comes from the concept of final cause, or purpose, or end, in the philosophy of Aristotle. The final cause of fine art is the art object itself; it is not a means to another end except perhaps to please those who behold it.

 

An alternative, if flippant, reference to "fine art," is capital "A" art, or, art with a capital "A."

 

The term is still often used outside of the arts to denote when someone has perfected an activity to a very high level of skill. For example, one might metaphorically say that "Pelé took football to the level of a fine art."

 

That fine art is seen as being distinct from applied arts is largely the result of an issue raised in Britain by the conflict between the followers of the Arts and Crafts Movement, including William Morris, and the early modernists, including Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group. The former sought to bring socialist principles to bear on the arts by including the more commonplace crafts of the masses within the realm of the arts, while the modernists sought to keep artistic endeavour exclusive, esoteric, and elitist.

 

Confusion often occurs when people mistakenly refer to the Fine Arts but mean the Performing Arts (Music, Dance, Drama, etc). However, there is some disagreement here, as, for example, at York University, Fine Arts is a faculty that includes the "traditional" fine arts, design, and the "Performing Arts".

 

An academic course of study in fine art may include a Master of Fine Arts degree.

  

Wikipedia: 美术

 

美术是一种艺术, 一般指除了建筑艺术之外的造型艺术的通称,一般分为两大类,即:純美術和工藝美術兩類

  

Wikipedia: ファインアート

 

ファインアート(fine art, fine arts)は、芸術的価値を専らにする活動や作品を指す概念。 日本語の芸術とほぼ同義であるが、とくに応用芸術、大衆芸術と区別して純粋芸術を意味する場合に使われる。芸術の中でも美術について使われることが多く、この場合、応用美術に対して純粋美術とも。

 

ファインアートは、ハイカルチャーを構成する一部分である。ハイアート(high art)はファインアートとほぼ同義だが、ファインアートは応用芸術との対比で、ハイアートは大衆芸術との対比で使われることが多い。

 

代表的なファインアートは絵画、彫刻であり、これに対するイラストやデザイン、工芸と峻別されるが、20世紀最後の四半期以降、その領域は互いに浸透し、区分は曖昧なものになりつつある。

  

SML Pro Blog: Merry Christmas + Happy New Year from the SML Universe / 2009 / SML Thank You

 

SML Universe wishes you MXHN!

SML Thank You for a great year!

May your hopes and dreams be realized in the days to come!

 

Download source at github:

+ Adobe Illustrator CS4

+ SVG 1.1

+ 24-bit PNG

 

CC-BY-SA 2009 See-ming Lee 李思明 SML

 

SML Universe would like to thank Daniel J. O'Neil, Queen of Bleu Jeanna, HRH (Facebook / LinkedIn / SML Wiki) for first suggesting this genius idea to SML back in 2007 while SML was on a domain shopping / poetry writing craze.

 

SML Thank You!!!

 

See SML8 + SML8ed (Flickr set)

SML’s obsession with G continues.

    

G says that he likes the rendering. He is now using it as his Facebook profile photo. But SML feels that particular rendering is not really a reflection of who G is.

    

SML asked if G has a choice, which colors would those be. G said he likes black, white, and blue. SML asked which kinds of blue? G said gray blue. SML observed that G likes Olek, and Olek has a lot of camouflaged crochet species. So SML picked a range of gray blues which would appear like camouflaged.

    

G said that he wanted to turn these into a Tshirt for himself. So SML picked three Pantone swatches blue black to make silkscreening easy. Also by request, designator switched to GWTF — which stands for Generation WTF, an awesome group on Facebook about everything awesome and sweet.

    

The Pantone specs are:

+ GWTF Light Blue: Pantone 628 C

+ GWTF Blue: Pantone 7702 C

+ GWTF Dark Blue: 7700 C

+ GWTF Black: Pantone Process Black C

    

Typography:

+ Helvetica Black. Seems something neutral is good for now. Might switch to Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk later because SML prefers that it has more character, But Akzidenz does not have the weight needed and SML does not yet have the time to draw custom fonts for G yet.

    

“Blue Camouflaged Anonymous GWTF” / SML.20130214.Design

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Sex Magi (Flickr Group)

 

SML Circles

Circle S = life = mother nature;

Circle M = magical transformation;

Circle L = evil appearance = dirty exterior;

 

SML Colors

Magenta = Life;

Yellow = Magical;

 

SML Dictionary

Sex Magi = Art + Communication + Life + Magic;

 

SML Reference

 

Sex refers to the male and female duality of biology and reproduction. Unlike organisms that only have the ability to reproduce asexually, sexed male and female pairs have the ability to produce offspring through meiosis and fertilization. The two sexes attract one another and communicate their readiness to procreate through differences in their biology. Wikipedia: Sex)

 

The Magi (singular Magus, from Latin, via Greek μάγος ; Old English: Mage; from Old Persian maguš) were a tribe from ancient Media, who — prior to the absorption of the Medes into the Persian Empire in 550 BC — were responsible for religious and funerary practices. Later they accepted the Zoroastrian religion, not without changing the original message of its founder, Zarathustra (Zoroaster), to what is today known as Zurvanism, which would become the predominant form of Zoroastrianism during the Sassanid era (AD 226–650). (Wikipedia: Magi)

 

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Resolution-independent vector icon design for AOL Weather Channel.

 

This matrix shows

+ Old AOL weather icons

+ The Weather Channel icons (TWC = AOL's weather content partner)

+ New AOL weather icons

 

The Weather ID numbers + names are designated by The Weather Channel.

 

IconNicholson Team (IconNicholson.com)

Robert Fisher / See-ming Lee

 

Copyright 2003 AOL. All rights reserved.

www.newmuseum.org/events/365

 

Arthur’s Landing (MySpace) is a group of musicians, all of whom worked at various times in various contexts with the late Arthur Russell (Wikipedia), a cellist and composer from Iowa who lived on the Lower East Side for most of the later part of his too-short life. Russell brought together the worlds of dance, pop, and folk with that of downtown’s “new music,” and fused Western and Eastern musical traditions, driven by his engagement with Buddhist thought and practice. He collaborated often with Allen Ginsberg, and Phillip Glass was also an early mentor. Characteristic of Russell's method was his tendency to work hard and long, and he rarely considered anything finished. What was his unending pursuit of the ineffable becomes a challenge and inspiration for the Arthur’s Landing ensemble. It is hard to resist the ambition and humor behind compositions with titles like “Temple of Meaning,” “Terrace of Intelligibility,” and “Hop on Down to Petland.” Russell is the focus of the feature-length 2008 documentary directed by Matt Wolf, Wild Combination. A biography by Tim Lawrence, Hold Onto Your Dreams, is due out this year.

 

The Arthur’s Landing ensemble will perform pop songs and parts of a longer instrumental work called “Singing Tractors” and will be available following the performance to answer questions about Russell’s life and work.

 

Arthur’s Landing (songs by Arthur Russell)

Joyce Bowden: voice

Steven Hall: voice, guitar

Ernie Brooks: voice ,bass

John Scherman: lead guitar

Bill Ruyle: drums, hammered dulcimer

Mustafa Ahmed: percussion

Peter Zummo: voice, trombone

Alex Waterman: cello

 

Original post-minimalist composer Elodie Lauten, composer of the 2003 opera Waking in New York based on a selection of Allen Ginsberg poems about New York City, opens this program performing her electronic piece S.O.S.W.T.C. Written in reaction to the 9/11 tragedy, S.O.S.W.T.C evokes the emotion of that memory with the use of concrete and indefinite pitch percussion samples.

 

In April 2009 Lauten was featured along with Yoko Ono in the “Women Forward” exhibition in Williamsburg. In March 2009 she premiered her Two-cents Opera at Theater for the New City. Lauten also collaborated frequently with Arthur Russell, singing and playing keyboards with him in various ensembles during the 1980s.

 

Tickets: $10 New Museum Members, $12 General Public

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SML

SML = See-ming Lee = Design + Technology + Marketing Strategy;

 

SML Concept

CMY = color origins = primary color pigments = cyan + magenta + yellow;

RGB = Inverse-CMY = screen color origins = red + green + blue;

 

SML Colors

R = -C = MY;

G = -M = CY;

B = -Y = CM;

 

Test Card 8.5x11 for a black & white photocopy machine / 1998 / SML Graphic Design

 

Assignment

 

Art 366a Visual Studies

Fall Semester 1998

 

T-TH 1:30-3:20, 215 Park Street

Paul Elliman, Instructor

paul.elliman [at] yale.edu

 

1. Testcard

 

(Week 1-2) Devise a testcard, 8.5x11, for a black & white photocopy machine

 

The card is basically a set of questions or exercises - point, type specimen, line, pattern, half-tone, grey-scale spectrum, moire - designed to test the machine's effectiveness or value.

 

The testcard should explore not only the effective (proper?) function of the photocopier, but also any other qualities (Test the limits of its language/your language)

 

Investigate both the history and teh working mechanics of thsi machine, then (week 3-4) extend the scope of the testcard to include this kind of informaion.

 

Process (42 pages)

+ 1: Assignment

+ 2: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.64: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 3: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.65: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 4: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.66: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 5: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.67: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 6: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.68: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 7: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.69: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 8: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.70: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 9: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.71: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 10: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.72: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 11: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.73: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 12: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 13: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 14: Sketches: 1

+ 15: Sketches: 2

+ 16: Sketches: 3

+ 17: Sketches: 4

+ 18: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 1

+ 19: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 2

+ 20: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 3

+ 21: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 4

+ 22: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 5

+ 23: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 6

+ 24: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 7

+ 25: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 8

+ 26: Sketches: 5

+ 27: Skethces: 6

+ 28: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 1

+ 29: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 2

+ 30: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 1

+ 31: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 2

+ 32: Sketches: 7

+ 33: Sketches: 8

+ 34: Research: Basic Copier Model: 1

+ 35: Research: Basic Copier Model: 2

+ 36: Design: Anatomy of a Basic Copier

+ 37: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 38: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 39: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 40: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 41: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 42: Design: The Basic Copy Process

 

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SML Wiki: Wedding 360

 

The major historical events of the bride and groom is visualized in a timeline where you can see interesting tidbits of their life as well as intervals where they overlap around the world. It provides a different way to outlining their stories as just text and images. The actual date of the wedding + reception as well as today's date is highlighted so visitors can visually get a sense of when the different events are happening.

 

Instead of using username and password to gain entry to the site, visitors simply user their first name and last name to gain access to the site — they are on the guest list, they will gain access promptly.

 

No-click IxD. Almost all interaction requires no clicks (limiting clicks is part of my interaction design philosophy: interface should require clicks only where necessary as it requires much more efforts for the users than rollovers)

 

SML 720p HD Simulcast

+ www.vimeo.com/7709420

 

See also Wedding 360 (Flickr set)

Screenshot: www.flickr.com/photos/seeminglee/sets/72057594128077560/

 

Summary

Typographic landscape of a city described through visually counting from 1 to 100.

 

Setup

These were shot with my first digital camera, the Sony Mavica FD7.

 

Statement

This was my first photography project. It started out as a project for a typography class while I was in college. Like most graphic design assignments at Yale, it was very open ended. We were asked to show the experience of a city through the language of typography. I have always been interested in numbers, and I as such I decided to run around New Haven and photograph numbers which represent the city, from 1 to 100.

 

The series is to be projected on the wall as slideshow. The numbers are recognizably New Haven, and most who have been in New Haven can recognize the sense of time and space as they go through the series. Some commented that it reminded them of Sesame Street.

 

I thought of extended this to different neighborhoods in New York, but I never had the time to work on more of them after college, and as such I have only completed the first and only one...

 

The original series was displayed via a conventional slide projector. In order to best-simulate the original intention on a computer, view the set as a slideshow and set the speed to fast.

 

Licensing

CC-BY-SA 1997 See-ming Lee

Wedding 360 / SML Projects (Set)

Wedding Invitations for the wedding of Jen Chen + Peter Evans.

 

Concept

The wedding invitation comes as a pack of postcards.

 

Typography

 

Bickham Script Pro is used to set a formal line of text to poke fun of the typically formal and often unreadable letterpress invites.

 

Helvetica Neue Std is used to recreate the same information in what an information designer would do given the same situation.

 

Bodoni 26 from P22 is used to create the title of the event. As a serif, it also functions as the link between the script face and the sans serif.

 

The idea of combining a script face with a modern face is to reinforce the theme which runs through the wedding: a synergy of masculine + feminine, modern + traditional, western + chinese, yin + yang.

 

Post Card Form factor

 

All the post cards are designed to meet US Postal Service standards. So these invitations double-duty as wish you were here postcards where the guest can send out at the event.

 

Post Card 1: The Roast

Post Card 2: The Celebration

Post Card 3: The Finale

Post Card 4: The RSVP

Post Card 4: The RSVP: Back. Pre-printed with the address where the card ought to be sent back.

Post Card 5: Festivity. The all-purpose postcard for the guests to keep if they have decided to mailed the first 3 postcards as wish you were here from the event.

 

Wedding Identity / Logo

 

Double Happiness (Google Image Search) reinterpreted using lines and geometric shapes. Graphically, the traditional symbol for wedding literally unite the first names of the woman and the man.

 

The logo also draws inpsiration from the icons for the male and female symbols. This influence is much more apparent when you flip the logo.

 

Cost

 

Instead of offset-printing, we printed these with a commercial postcard press (Modern Postcard). The bride only needed 120 sets of these, which is far less than the 250 minimum run.

 

All the postcards together cost 1,500 to print — it's a great deal when you consider offset-printing a limited-run offset printjob for the same design on a single card will easily cost more than 1,000.

 

Translation: The bride saved a lot of money and I've got more than a hundred extra for my portfolio.

 

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SML Men = Small Men + Medium Men + Large Men = ALL MEN;

 

The circles have 3 layers:

1. Inner circle: Base / Core / Interior / Internal

2. Middle circle: Bridge / Transformation / Transition

3. Outer circle: Exterior / External / Public Facing

 

In this particular case, it's men on the inside, men on the outside and with pure / no transformation :)

 

Part of the SML Circles series

 

Related SML Universe

+ SML Men (Flickr Group)

+ SML Men (Friendfeed)

+ SML Men (Twitter)

SML Universe (http://smlUniverse.com) is a content portal created by See-ming Lee using Google Apps to aggregate news and information related to things that are important to him: design, technology, marketing, technology, visualization, inspiration

 

Related SML

SML Pro Blog: SML Universe = See-ming Lee 李思明 SML + Universe

SML Wiki: SML Universe

 

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“Black, white, and graphic design: a look back on my typography in my Yale college days” #design #smlphil

 

blog.seeminglee.com/2013/01/black-white-graphic-design-ya...

 

1995 marks the beginning of my graphic design career. I went to Yale originally to study architecture but I decided to take some graphic design classes because I thought that it would help as I didn’t know anything about design.

 

The decision to study art was mostly rebellious in nature. Unlike my classmates who mostly come from a fine art background, I was a science nerd in high school (1). I decided to study art mainly because I was sick of living under the shadow of my older sister (2). I also thought that it would make sense for me to utilize the opportunity to study something I know nothing about (3).

 

The graphic design program at Yale is mostly typography driven. That is, Yale does not really teach graphic design the way other art schools do (4). The only actual “skill” that is taught is typography. There are no rules. Assignments are extremely open-ended. Typically the assignments are something that can be summarized in a sentence—e.g. “Do something with the the dollar bill.” You can interpret the assignment in anyway you see fit. So it was fun to see what ended up showing up in class the next week.

 

In my free time I work on designs some student events and journals because it was fun. Usually I design everything in black and white first because my HP LaserJet only prints black and white so using colors would mean not being able to see how things are until I spend money to then print them in color at the printshop. Color printing (Fiery) was expensive in those days, so to save costs for most projects we also ended up printing things in black and white. What I learned doing this was that black and white is usually a good first step to do any designs. If something does not work in black and white then there is no reason to go color. This is a philosophy that I utilize even when I design for interface these days. It is a good metric as a small percentage of people are colorblind, so to fulfill true universal usability requirements, the interface must work even when viewed in black and white.

 

I was introduced to the beautiful designs by Emigre (5) and Eye Magazine (6) by my Yale professors (7). As such my designs during my college days also feature a ton of Emigre fonts—mostly I think because I don't really know of other foundries maybe. I learned the fine art of grid layout mostly by reading Eye. Yale does not teach layouts (as noted above and also in footnote 4), so I learn by observing how the masters do it and interpret things on my own.

 

The Yale design philosophy is simple: question everything—why and why not. There are no rights and wrongs. Critiques at Yale are very open ended. But we need to justify every single decision we make. Questions: why is the type set in this font? Why this size? Why is the image placed here? We ask only why, and we must be able to reason everything. In the end, what was taught is removal of all things unessential until the final product becomes an extreme reduction of TMIs. When I look at designs today, I see all kinds of added ornaments: swash, drop shadows, rounded corners—decorations. To me, good designs need no embellishment. Good designs speak for themselves.

 

Good design is clean and clear. Good design communicates. Good design is transparent. When you see good design, the apparent design disappears and all you see is the message.

 

Pictured from top:

+ Discourses: an Asian American journal of arts and criticisms. Volume 2 No 1. PDF amazingly still live on the web: www.yale.edu/discourses/images/dis_2.pdf Edited by Pearle Lee and Jaya N. Kasibhatla. Pearle is now my client for a hedge fund after I moved back to Hong Kong — crazy yes? Seems even though I was a social-phobe in college some friendships do last forever.

 

+ Program notes from Jonathan Edwards College Chamber Players. Brett Austad and Joshua Richman, music directors. Olivia Blander MUS ’98, Heather Losey CC ’98, Daniel Adamson DC ’98, Rafenna Michalsen TC’01, Betsy Tao BK ’98, Rebecca Reich DC’00, David Blasher DC’01, Andrew Guenzer DC’01. April 28, 1998.

 

+ Kurasawa Film Festival program notes. A tribute to Akira Kurosawa by the Yale Film Society, Council on East Asian Studies, and Yale College Japan Association. Organization committee: Rene Brar, Andrew J Cohen, Aaron Epstein, Makiko Kitamura, Shoshana Litt, Geoffrey Sledge. January 24-29, 1999. Whitney Humanities Center.

 

Notes:

 

1. To give a perspective on this, my organic chemistry class in high school fulfills the lab requirements for “freshman orgo” designed for premed students under the tutelage of McBride. I also took Physics 220 and other classes while at Yale with other premed nerds.

 

2. MSL also went to Yale to study Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. She graduated summa cum laude (CC’99) and went onto Harvard Medical School and Columbia Medical School and become the MD PhD that she is today. She snapped a ton of patents in AIDS research and published several papers on Nature for discovering the protein related to Alzheimer’s. Looking back my decision to study art was sound because there is no way I will ever become anyone stuck behind the expectations from others to achieve as well.

 

3. Most people I know go to school to earn good grades to look good on their CV. I thought that the tuition was hard earned money by my dad so I studied a ton of things which I knew nothing about: accounting, gender studies, computer law, operational research. I did not get very good grades from these, but the knowledge I gained from learning these subjects are beneficial to my day-to-day work to this day.

 

4. The philosophy is that you can learn software on your own so no classes will teach you how to use them. Design as a visual language is highly subjective so no one would tell you what is good or bad. So unlike many art schools where the graduation show is filled with designs with a particular style, the graduation shows at Yale are always very interesting because students show projects which show a huge range of diversity.

 

5. Emigre, also known as Emigre Graphics, is a digital type foundry, publisher and distributor of graphic design centered information based in Berkeley, California, that was founded in 1984 by husband-and-wife team Rudy VanderLans and Zuzana Licko. The type foundry also published Emigre magazine between 1984 and 2005. Note that unlike the word émigré, Emigre is officially spelled without accents. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emigre

 

6. Eye Magazine, The International Review of Graphic Design is a quarterly print magazine on graphic design and visual culture. First published in London in 1990, Eye was founded by Rick Poynor, a prolific writer on graphic design and visual communication. Poynor edited the first twenty-four issues (1990-1997). Max Bruinsma was the second editor, editing issues 25–32 (1997–1999), before its current editor John L. Walters took over in 1999. Stephen Coates was art director for issues 1-26, Nick Bell was art director from issues 27-57, and Simon Esterson has been art director since issue 58. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eye_(magazine)

 

7. I owe much of who I am today to the years of patience and encouragement to my graphic design professors: John Gambell, Paul Elliman, Jenny Chan and Michael Rock. SML Thank You.

 

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Test Card 8.5x11 for a black & white photocopy machine / 1998 / SML Graphic Design

 

Assignment

 

Art 366a Visual Studies

Fall Semester 1998

 

T-TH 1:30-3:20, 215 Park Street

Paul Elliman, Instructor

paul.elliman [at] yale.edu

 

1. Testcard

 

(Week 1-2) Devise a testcard, 8.5x11, for a black & white photocopy machine

 

The card is basically a set of questions or exercises - point, type specimen, line, pattern, half-tone, grey-scale spectrum, moire - designed to test the machine's effectiveness or value.

 

The testcard should explore not only the effective (proper?) function of the photocopier, but also any other qualities (Test the limits of its language/your language)

 

Investigate both the history and teh working mechanics of thsi machine, then (week 3-4) extend the scope of the testcard to include this kind of informaion.

 

Process (42 pages)

+ 1: Assignment

+ 2: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.64: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 3: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.65: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 4: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.66: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 5: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.67: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 6: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.68: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 7: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.69: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 8: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.70: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 9: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.71: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 10: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.72: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 11: Research: The Atlantic Monthly: 2006-02: pp.73: Copies in Seconds by David Owen

+ 12: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 13: Research: Anatomy of a Xerox test card

+ 14: Sketches: 1

+ 15: Sketches: 2

+ 16: Sketches: 3

+ 17: Sketches: 4

+ 18: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 1

+ 19: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 2

+ 20: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 3

+ 21: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 4

+ 22: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 5

+ 23: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 6

+ 24: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 7

+ 25: Xerox: Historial Highlights: 8

+ 26: Sketches: 5

+ 27: Skethces: 6

+ 28: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 1

+ 29: Research: Basic Copier Operation: 2

+ 30: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 1

+ 31: Design: The working of a xerox machine: 2

+ 32: Sketches: 7

+ 33: Sketches: 8

+ 34: Research: Basic Copier Model: 1

+ 35: Research: Basic Copier Model: 2

+ 36: Design: Anatomy of a Basic Copier

+ 37: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 38: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 39: Design: Anatomy of a basic copier

+ 40: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 41: Design: The Basic Copy Process

+ 42: Design: The Basic Copy Process

 

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Don't Give Up: Rev 1. Created in response to live.pokenewyork.com/

 

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