Here’s wishing Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri to all Muslims!
I have made a simple motion graphics video for this one but Facebook does not allow me to embed the video in high quality here. To see the video, click here or on the picture above!
Anyway, Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri is used as a greeting in countries like Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei. Here’s a list of greetings you can say in different languages!
Eid ul-Fitr goes by various names around the world, including:
Idul Fitri, Hari Lebaran (Indonesia); Hari Raya Puasa, Hari Lebaran, Aidilfitri (Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei); Wakas ng Ramadan, Hari Raya Puasa (Philippines); Nonbu Perunaal (Tamil) Riyoyo, Riyayan, Rozar Eid Bengali, Ngaidul Fitri (Javanese); Boboran Siyam (Sundanese); Uroë Raya Puasa (Acehnese); Rojar Eid (Bangladesh); Ramazan Bayramı, Şeker Bayramı, Küçük Bayram (Turkish); Orozo Mayram (Kyrgyz); Rozi Heyt (Uyghur); Eid Nimaz (Sindhi); Korite (Senegal); Id (Uganda); Sallah (Hausa); Kochnay hi supAkhtar (کوچنی اختر) (Pashto); Eid-e Sa’eed-e Fitr (The Mirthful Festival of Fitr, Persian); Choti Eid (Urdu); Meethi Eid (Urdu); Cheriya Perunnal (Malayalam); Ramazanski bajram (Bosnian); Bajram (Albanian); Cejna Remezanê (Kurdish); Ramazanski bajram (Croatian); Рамазански бајрам (Serbian); Рамазан Байрам (Bulgarian); Ciid Yare (Somali); Id al-Fater (Ethiopia) Oraza baýramy (Turkmen).
Extracted from Wikipedia
I did this logo for a client and they are happy about it! Cool, funky, hip, grunge-y and retro all in one.
(Oh yes, if you tried or are going to visit the site, it is no longer there. :P)
Today, I was just digging stuff from my old box of works (not literally though) and this is what I found!
It is, to me, a great typography. It is funky and new. The colours are vibrant, the font type looks futuristic, and the edges are so sharp I’d bet it’d cut any paper ever so finely. But alas, it was a work gone wasted. This was for a certain project I did years ago but it was never put to use – but damn, I am a proud father of this treasure!
I will be sharing more of my works that I did many years ago and hopefully, they will shine despite their age.
This week’s topic for Illustration Friday is “Midsummer Night”.
This one is a tough one, but the topic reminded me of a performance I saw before called “Midsummer Night’s Dream”. What I could recall from it is a fairy dancing with a moon backdrop behind her…
The illustration was drawn and coloured with watercolour pencils and digitally enhanced with photoshop.
I chanced upon Illustration Friday and thought to myself why would I not take 5 minutes of my time and doodle something easy?
So being the random person that I am, with accordance to the topic of the week – which is “Launch” – I drew a robotic rocket.
There are probably a few theories that you can deduce from this simple drawing.
But being simple is good.
The rocket robot is on its way to space!