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Curriculum Vitae - Greg Dizzia
Here it is, the old moneymaker. This lists my history in the design world (some lesser clients have been left out) - Designed using univers exclusively. This is an appendage to a traditional resume, to be included as a forward page in my portfolio.
This took me about 15 hours.
Tools of the trade Adobe Illustrator CS3 Coffee
Final Size 8.5 x 11.5 on extremely thick high grit paper.
PORTFOLIO WEBSITE [link] Many people have asked me for a link to my portfolio site. Well there it is.
Music and Fashion have always been closely linked. This infographic shows the popularity of musical genres from 19202008, and compares it to the fashion of each decade. The area graph in the background also compares the changes in song tempo (measured in beats per minute) over the 90 year period.
It all started three years ago on deviantART. [link]
A project to bring the federal budget to the people that pay for it.
Gaining momentum on deviantART [link] and then blossoming worldwide, Death and Taxes: 2008 is culmination of months of work and years of refinement.
It is the 2008 Federal discretionary budget of the United States. is a representational poster of the federal discretionary budget; the amount of money that is spent at the discretion of your elected representatives in Congress. Basically, your federal income taxes. The data is from the President's budget request for 2008. It will be debated, amended, and approved by Congress by October 1st to begin the fiscal year.
The poster provides a uniquely revealing look at our national priorities, that fluctuate yearly, according to the wishes of the President, the power of Congress, and the will of the people. If you pay taxes, then you have paid for a small part of everything in the poster.
So now you know what you've paid for, the next question to ask, is why?
Spread the word! This is a poster of your near future!
Every year DJ Earworm puts out a mashup song created from Billboard's Top 25 songs of that year. I took Blame it on the Pop 2009 and separated it into vocals and melody and then separated each into the individual clips by song. I mapped the lyrics both in the order played in the mashup as well as by frequency of use by song. At the bottom the melody is presented differently due to the overlap between clips.