Woohoo!!! Stuck in our heads is Graphic Design of the Day (2 Sept 2011). Nice
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Sweetness. Brownice packaging featured in Design and Design on 23 May 2011.
I remembered clearly the first thing Amelia did (besides demonstrating her lung power) was to open her eyes and look around. She gazed at my wife seemingly knowing that mommy is holding her and daddy is looking on.
Where i work is where i play and where i play is where i work.
Someone asked me what are your hobbies?
I answered Soccer, Music (although i can’t play any instrument) and Design.
It struck me can Design be considered as a hobby?
I like to think I am the “perfect combination”.
My take away:
“Your goals change as you see the reality of it all. I’ve won awards, been published, but I’m still just trying to make my next project better than the last.”
“Do good design every chance you get, and surround yourself with people – bosses, coworkers, clients – who feel the same way you do.”
Norman is a Germanic name and is composed of the elements nord (“north”) + man (“man”).
There are several different origins of the surname Norman.
As a surname of English, Irish (in Ulster), Scottish and Dutch origin the name was used to denote someone of Scandinavian ancestry or someone from Normandy (northern France). During the Dark Ages Scandinavian Vikings called themselves norðmenn (“men from the North”). By 1066 Scandinavian settlers in England had been absorbed and Northman and Norman were used as bynames and later as personal names by both English and English of Scandinavian descent.
Fictional people with the name Norman
Norman Bates, a fictional character created by writer Robert Bloch and portrayed by Anthony Perkins.
People do call me Norman Bates sometimes.