Decisions.

I love design and everything it entails from the simplistic geometry and subtle public advertising to the complex patterns and dense artworks.

However I feel it is not going to make me happy in the future. It’s not going to get me anywhere. I will feel unfulfilled if I continue along this path, constantly chasing my own tail through the design stresses. When designing for freelance projects I almost feel nothing towards the industry. It used to be so uplifting, but now I sit and wonder whether it was ever what I REALLY wanted to do. 

That is when I look back to being in high school and striving to get into the medical field and to become what I had wanted to become since I started my teens. Midwifery has always been an interest of mine, the development of the beginning of a human life is simply amazing and intriguing thing. I want to be apart of bringing these new lives into the world safely, its rewarding yet hectic but in the end it is all worth it. The stability of working within this sector is also appealing, as I believe I would be happy to live through such a career for the rest of my life.

For now I’m going to leave this place for a year and when I return I’ll be ready to return and figure out what exactly I need to do to make what I want to do a possibility.

Yes I’ve made mistakes in my career path, already, and I’m currently regretting doing a HND at college, however graphic design still remains an interest. I hope I can continue along the both; design for enjoyment and midwifery for work but also enjoyment in order to be a all round better person not only for myself, but my for mental and physical being, my future and my future family.

(If anyone is able to give me a little bit of  advice about midwifery courses etc that would be greatly appreciated, thank you.)

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jecoart:

THIS is FUCKING PENCIL!

can never get over these

what the heck man

this deserves all of the recognition in the world

holy

i’ve never seen a picture look more like a photograph in my life

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martinekenblog:

Eyal Gever has a fascination with disaster. The more powerful and cataclysmic the event the more worthy it is of his attention and recreation in his art studio. Eyal’s work on large scale layered sculptures like the Nuclear Bomb, Large Scale Smoke, and Street Blast, have you staring in horror and awe at his creations. It is when you step the side of the pieces that you become even more amazed at the lifelike works. The creations use layers to produce a 3D realism, with each thin layer hung about an inch apart. The effect from the front is amazing. The layers provide depth, shadows, and realism to these horrific creations by Eyal Gever.

Is Gever’s artwork isolated to major disasters? Not at all! Sometimes he creates sculptures of buses crashing into walls, two roaring columns of water crashing into each other, or a head-on collision between two trucks. Even though the creations are based on disaster, the artistic creations cause a sense of wonder and thought.

Eyal Gever has a fascination with disaster. The more powerful and cataclysmic the event the more worthy it is of his attention and recreation in his art studio. Eyal’s work on large scale layered sculptures like the Nuclear Bomb, Large Scale Smoke, and Street Blast, have you staring in horror and awe at his creations. It is when you step the side of the pieces that you become even more amazed at the lifelike works. The creations use layers to produce a 3D realism, with each thin layer hung about an inch apart. The effect from the front is amazing. The layers provide depth, shadows, and realism to these horrific creations by Eyal Gever.

Is Gever’s artwork isolated to major disasters? Not at all! Sometimes he creates sculptures of buses crashing into walls, two roaring columns of water crashing into each other, or a head-on collision between two trucks. Even though the creations are based on disaster, the artistic creations cause a sense of wonder and thought.

- See more at: http://indulgd.com/master-of-disaster-eyal-gever/#sthash.WLLnnSmF.dpuf

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This fawn and bobcat were found in an office together, cuddling under a desk after a forest fire
This fawn and bobcat were found in an office together, cuddling under a desk after a forest fire

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When Love and Death Embrace [x]

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Australia summed up in a single photo

Australia summed up in a single photo

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