With little over a week left until “twenty-ten” or “two thousand and ten” we want to know, “What are you looking forward to in 2010?” as the final discussion f the year as part of our 2009 Review.
You can still comment on the previous discussions, “What was your favourite book/album/film of 2009?”, “What piece of work really stood out for you in 2009?” and “What are you going to miss about 2009?”, you can find them and the rest of the weekly discussions here.
I will be graduating from my graphic design course, I’m really looking forward to, hopefully, being able to learn and experience new things in industry, but terrified at the same time.
I’m looking forward to a few things: a fresh start, a possible move and hopefully some exciting new projects to get my teeth into.
Funny you should ask. And in case you thought all your readers were youthful prodigies, I was actually busy enjoying a Malcom Gladwell piece on later bloomers [ http://www.gladwell.com/2008/2008_10_20_a_latebloomers.html ] when your tweet popped up. Maybe it’s incipient Alzheimer’s that makes the repetition bearable, maybe it’s Groundhog Day; I don’t believe it’s Zen patience and it could be a case of mild autism … but I am just looking forward to keeping on keeping on … trying to make the work better. Happy NY & thanks for your mag
in 2010 I’m looking forward to graduate from my MA in visual communication and that working as an illustrator could become my only one job.
Looking forward to the sexy letterpress and screen printing facilities at my new university!
im looking forward to trying to get a job, finishing my degree and the world cup.
Looking forward to present my work to the world and let them appreciate my artwork.
A new house
I have a (half formed) plan to sweet-talk/cajole/trick my way into an old letterpress studio and experiment with some old fashioned ways of printing. I love the smell of ink in the morning!
I`m looking forward to getting more cases this 2010. It`s such a pain fighting over cases with my batch mates yet the thrill I get over getting them is much to strong to resist. I`m also looking forward to the following :
* getting my driver`s license, nokia E72, itouch 3rd gen (because my 2nd gen`s given up on me) & becoming a senior nursing student.
I’m looking forwards to Social Media and how it will turn things upside down. I think it will become if not already a major part of a brand experience and its interesting how far we can push it.
Google wave seems like a exciting venture and could it do away with email clients?
Lets not forget print design though!
I’m looking forward to the possibility of starting my own clothing line and business. It probably won’t work and is naive idea but a little naivety is good: it keeps you enthusiastic.
(Hopefully) making it into Ryerson Film (or photography), getting my driver’s license, growing older and doing some shit.
graduating college & moving to europe!
looking forward to finishing up the graphic design certificate program.. only 2 more classes
Starting new ventures and sealing collaborations.
September ’09 was a new beginning in many ways. But the one that really opened up my eyes, that allowed me to experience new things and made me realize why I do what I do, was the start of my new study at the art academy in Rotterdam.
It gave me back the love I had lost a couple of years ago, and wow… I really missed enjoying art this way.
Looking forward to show more people my new art form and brand coming into the market place. Although they started as doodles they can benifit children and adults can be used as an educational tool and they are FUN! http://colourbuddy.co.uk
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