via Venetian Bird, “skin of Venice” The texture in these photographs of walls around the city of Venice is palpable. It would be an unexpected addition to a mood board, a method we use at Shannon-Rose design to arrive at design environments. Who knew something that needs to be “fixed” could be so beautiful?
Entries Tagged as 'Shannon-Rose design process'
February 22nd, 2011 Comments Off
September 9th, 2009 Comments Off
Amber created this collection of images for a mood board in support of the design for the college edition of the “Underage Drinking, Not a Minor Problem” campaign for OASAS (New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services). You’ll see a lot of fun, bright, and youthful imagery. Smooth, cool textures; clean lines with […]
July 30th, 2009 Comments Off
Our designer and Director of Information Design, Blaine Miller, spends a lot of his time outside of the office working outdoors. Lately, his inspiration has come from the sites and sounds of his summer. With a focus on textures and the bright hues of summer, he compiled the following from photographs he took. For me, […]
July 20th, 2009 Comments Off
Bryan was inspired to put these images together after seeing a Citroen DS parked in downtown Saratoga Springs. He’s a fan of Danish modern furniture and its clean lines and uncomplicated designs. Photos of simple designs and muted colors tend to catch his eye, so he drew these images together as an homage to minimalist, […]
July 15th, 2009 Comments Off
So much of what designers conjure and create on the path to developing a finished design rarely sees the light of day. The train of thought is very visual, and at Shannon-Rose we use inspiration boards, or mood boards, to explain this thought process to our clients. It’s gathering a combination of things, different but […]