My name is Brian Van Scoyk, aka “BVS”. I am a multiplatform digital designer concentrating on branding, illustration, audio and anything that deals with a visual communications. I have a hunger for about justeverything else that takes place in the digital branding domain. I have a degree in Visual Communications as well as Bachelors in GraphicDesign from Full Sail University.
I have a convincing background in communications and branding, I have been working in the radio industry in 2001.
As a graphic designer, I need to make thing that are old and make them better. Make something readable and aesthetically pleasing to others. Help clients answers the questions to make things better, solve problems for others I enjoy sports, I enjoy music and Theatre, I think Bob Burgers is awesome TV show, I enjoy cartoon network, The Regular Show is amazing!
I want to do something fun in life. I want to be a graphic designer!
These two quotes are very powerful for me! It shows how power the arts can be, whether they are moving or just being static.
Being creative is fun! Taking something old and making it new again is what in my opinion designers are meant to do. Make life aesthetically pleasing to the world, I would love to do that for the world.
On Friday I will graduating from Full Sail University with a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Design! With this Degree I would like to make an impact on the world.
The blind fingerless art critic by Flickr user Shareheads CC-BY 2.0
I have a confession to make: art critics baffle me. Especially when they venture to make grand pronouncements about the right way to go about experiencing art in museums. So when I saw the title of Philip Kennicott’s piece in the Washington Post, titled “How to view art: Be dead serious about it, but don’t expect too much” I will confess that I died a little bit inside. “Sigh. Another ‘you people are doing it all wrong’ piece.” Just what the world needs, another art critic holding forth on the sad state of museums and museumgoing. But, though there is plenty of sneering, there’s also a lot worthy of discussion. And debate. Kennicott’s post didn’t stand alone too long before Jillian Steinhauer posted a reply at Hyperallergic, and Jen Olencziak a rebuttal at Huffington Post. So, let’s take a…
This Project was made in Adobe Illustrator. I had to make swatches to make the design on the top, but I was a little hard to read far away. Adjustments were made, that explains the bottom project. This would look good on billboard or a poster!