Masculinity, Femininity

Posted by on Oct 25, 2011 in Journal | No Comments

While uploading my graphic design portfolio, I realized that my style in graphic has been increasingly masculine over the years. It has a harshness to it that’s hard to explain. I hope I can credit it to the fact that I’ve been working almost exclusively in the telescope industry, where the predominant audience is male. Somehow, I like how it balances the femininity of fashion (not that my fashion illustration has ever been truly feminine.)

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