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I recently created a mural for a new fashion concept store in Beverly Hills, CA called CuratorLA. The writing is something I wrote for my girlfriend, which was pulled from my Memories of a Girl I Never Knew series that I started on Instagram last year. Thanks to the awesome Julia Parris for helping me for 13 hours straight on location! And check out the cool video Jeremy made of the process.
Photography & video: Jeremy Preimesberger
Assistant: Julia Parris
Materials: Matte house paint
After many requests, you can now buy prints from my Instagram writing I’ve done over the past year, including select pieces from my Memories of a Girl I Never Knew series and my #instatherapy_tim writing. Thanks to Birk Nilson and my friends at Tictail for helping me get this up so fast!
Check it out and shop here!
Co-designed with the very talented Daniel Blackman, the book highlights 20 fun ideas and techniques you can use with a Sharpie marker. From making handmade gifts to creating murals to repurposing old objects to simply doodling in your notebook, we can bring a tremendous amount of creativity and joy to ourselves and those in our life.
The book also features some amazing artists from around the world such as Julia Rothman, Shantell Martin, Erik Marinovich, Jessica Walsh, Debbie Millman, Mikey Burton, Gemma O’Brien, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Mireia Ruiz, Jen Mussari, Carolyn Sewell, Arthur Jones, Joao Neves, Tato Tortosa, and many more.
Authored & curated: Timothy Goodman
Design: Daniel Blackman, Timothy Goodman
Original photography: Daniel Blackman
Original art & lettering: Timothy Goodman
I’m in an Adobe campaign for their awesome new app called Adobe Shape CC. By taking a picture on your phone you can turn sketches, images, or photos into vectors immediately! *Magic* You can watch the commercial here, and the poster I created and the process is below.
I’ll be giving a lot of talks in the next two months, so I thought I’d list them here. If you’re in any of these great cities, come check out my presentation and let’s grab a beer afterwards! I’ll also have a book signing after most of the talks, so plenty of meet and greet (and drink and eat!). I’ll continue to update this.
SXSW talk & book signing w/ Jessica Walsh – Austin, TX 3/16/15
AIGA Grand Rapids talk – GR, Michigan 3/17/15
Type Directors Club talk – NYC, NY 3/24/15
AIGA Chicago talk – Chicago, IL 4/2/15
AIGA Honolulu talk – Honolulu, HI 4/9/15
Sitges Next International Festival talk w/ Jessica Walsh – Barcelona, Spain 4/17/15
Art Directors Club workshop w/ Jessica Walsh – Miami, FL 4/29/15
AIGA Sage talk – Albany, NY 5/5/15
AIGA Pittsburgh talk – Pittsburgh, PA 5/14/15
ADC Sharpie Workshop – NYC, NY 7/18/15
AIGA Cincinnati talk – Cincinnati, OH 9/10/15
OFFF Festival talk – Mexico City, Mexico 9/25/15
WeMake conference talk – Portland, OR 10/2/15
A couple weeks ago I had an opening exhibition in Paris of my Instagram series “Memories of a Girl I Never Knew” at Colette. For those who don’t know Colette, it’s a very popular concept store that is a one-of-a-kind Parisian institution showcasing the latest fashion, gadgets, sneakers, books, fragrances, design, etc. I have 15 pieces from my “Memories” series exhibiting and selling online all of February, along with mugs, t-shirts, postcards, and lighters. I also wrote a couple of my stories on the walls in the store, and I had a 40 Days of Dating book signing at the opening, too. I was just in Paris a couple months ago, as my Ford car was displaying at the Paris Motor Show, and it was such an honor to come back to see my little writing series that I started last summer on my Instagram come to life in such an influential place like Colette.
Photos courtesy of my friend Elena Rossini and Colette.
Last month we announced that you can pre-order the 40 Days of Dating book! It officially comes out on January 20th. The number one question we had from fans was: What happened after day 40? That question is answered—and in addition to the entire blog—the book contains 304 pages, 60K new words, new art, essays by others, our own diary entries for up to a year after the experiment ended, and so much more. This was a real labor of love for us, working on and off on it for about 6 months. We really wanted to wrap ourselves in the context of today’s dating culture, and it was such an exciting process. Early pre-orderers got signed bookplates from us and custom cards we made and a dart to throw at our heads (we’ll be doing another round of those soon!) You can pre-order the book here: http://fortydaysofdating.com
Book design: Kevin Brainard and Raul Aguila
Art direction: Jessica Walsh, Timothy Goodman and Kevin Brainard
Illustrations and Lettering: Jessica Walsh and Timothy Goodman
Cover Photographs: Henry Leutwyler
Video animation: Santiago Carrasquilla and Zipeng Zhu
Website: Eric Jacobsen
Fun to see my cover for Wolf in a White Van on a bunch of ‘Best of’ lists for 2014! It’s a great book by John Darnielle that I was lucky enough to design thanks to FSG’s art director, Rodrigo Corral. Check it out on these lists, along with all the other great covers of 2014.
This past summer, I began posting, on my Instagram, a series of handwritten stories called “Memories of a Girl I Never Knew.” I’ve written about 20 of them now. It’s been amazing to see how the stories have resonated with people, so Adobe asked me to contribute some of them to their “FAIL” column. So many of our personal experiences and failures are universal—and as designers, I believe we have a unique way of sharing our vulnerability with an audience.
As Jessica Walsh and I are hard at work on another crazy personal project (that will be out in the spring!) we’re doing a small side, SIDE project called Quotes on Shit. It’s inspired by the idea that we all use so much shit in our lives. We collect shit, buy shit, steal shit, trade shit, and throw shit away. But what happens with all this old shit after it leaves our hands? Our shit winds up in our garbage cans, on our streets, in our landfills, and in our junk shops. We feel bad for this abandoned and rejected shit, so we’re breathing new life into these unwanted objects by rescuing them, spray painting them, and giving them a voice.