#The100DayProject Day 2: Original Vintage Games
Day 2’s challenge is to take the name of a real vintage 1940s game and create your own rules. Here are the full descriptions of the original games, in case you were curious. 100DayProject-Day2-Games.pdf
I’ve developed a bit of a fascination with Mid Century Modern bookcases, especially the ones with the asymmetrical shelves. I’ve started to notice these frameworks in vintage fabric designs. Two of my favorite fabric designers, Lucienne Day & Marian Mahler used asymmetric frameworks as the base for several patterns during the sputnik era (mid-1950s through the 1960s). Of course, Lucienne’s frameworks were much more organic, while Marian’s tended to be more rigid.
For this morning’s creative caffeine, I sketched out a few frameworks of my own and adorned them with random shapes. No real goals here, just taking 15 minutes to work out my retro design skills before jumping into what is most likely going to be another chaotic day!
In case you want to play along, download my worksheet below. (Or just grab a sketch book, and make your own.)