How To Design Your Creative Workspace Premium class
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Trailer: How To Design Your Creative Workspace1:45
Your Creative Workspace Design Challenge1:03
About This Class
This course is for: Artists, Designers, Illustrators, Crafters, Letterers, Photographers... those needing a great creative workspace.
I have been running my own freelance design business for over 10 years and I work from my home studio. I believe that designing your workspace in a way that supports productivity and inspiration will only add fuel to the fire of your creativity.
In this course, I go through the various different aspects of your creative space:
- MOOD WALLS
- SPACE SIZE
I share proven methods to make your space feel larger, the colors that will stir up your creativity and what desk surfaces are trending...and more.
Join me and lets build your dream creative space!
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An inspiring collection of beautiful creative spaces.
Nature-inspired DIY and craft bloggers
I felt so inspired. This class is filled with tons of ideas and inspiration that I can see myself easily implementing.
Inspiring, however feels a little light on actual content other than just simple tips. A more thorough examination of the creative space would've been better. Mostly common sense for example the video about lighting basically just says 'get some lights'. Overall though provides a nice dose of inspiration and some good areas to consider when thinking of making your creative space.
Vision City is an graphic design and illustration studio that began as doodles in Melanie Greenwood's sketchbook, while touring Europe with rock musicians in moving vehicles. As a former Model with Elmer Olsen Model Management and graphic design graduate from George Brown collage (Toronto, ON), Melanie always had a special passion for music branding and inspirational messaging. When she founded Vision City in the spring of 2009, her work consisted of promotional campaigns for bands and record labels around the world, including photography, album artwork, t-shirt design, concert posters and logo design.
After moving to California in 2011 with her musician husband Chris, (AKA "Manafest") Melanie felt compelled and inspired to find a deeper purpose for her artwork. Thus, the very first Vision City screen print collection was born on November 15, 2011, consisting of 12 black and white inspirational concepts known as the "Born For This" Collection. The collection sold successfully on a private Etsy store and was quickly picked up by FAB, which created a world wide platform for the collection. She continued to develop art print series and showcase in a variety of LA art shows including Unique LA and Renegade Craft Fair. The Vision City brand quickly became known for black and white uplifting illustrations. In the spring of 2013, Melanie had the honour of having a selection of VC art pieces screened onto canvas and added to the fall 2013 collection of the National Children's Decor Retailer, Land of Nod. Vision City was awarded "Artwork of the year" at the 2012 CMGA Music Awards for her work with "The Color" album art.
Vision City is now a tri-purpose company offering design service, art products and now online education. Melanie continues to work within the music industry while developing the VC art collections. Her newest passion is teaching other artists to develop business practices for their design services, so they too can pursue their dreams. "Vision is not only the ability to see, but also the ability to dream".