LUMINOME (SAC)

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lum.txt
Welcome (back?) to luminome.com. This site has seen a massive number of iterations since it's inception in 1999. What you're seeing is the latest iteration which I'm trying like hell to get to work properly. For the most part, the content is here. I'm sure that the next web-project I do will be more dynamic (also in a separate file). It's stunning that one not only has to do the work of making visual elements but that then there's also the documentation, presentation and presentation of those elements. This site simply can't show all of the work I've done in design because most of the source materials for most of my projects over time have been destroyed or lost. What's left does, however, do a decent job of describing what I like in design. Please enjoy the site. —SAC
graphic designlarge scale vector artworklarge scale vector artwork.txt
Large format digital vector artwork by Scott André Campbell (me). And by large I mean Large. Not ream-sized pages or poster formats. Like more huge. Basically anything over six feet wide is in this section. It's a recent thing for me to work at these scales but it's a refreshing break from the typical work for print I do.
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"Four Sticks" Summer 2012 4 panels 38*24" each Laminated digital print (1/1). Commissioned for entryway hall by Andrew R Glancy.
Dealer Office Manhattan BeachDealer Office Manhattan Beach.txt
Commissioned by Dealer Dot Com for conference room at Manhattan Beach, CA (USA) office. The best part of this project was going to visit Manhattan Beach. The second best part of the project was arriving onsite and realizing that the substrate was actually an enormous lightbox which, since the location was acquired, nobody realized existed. Upon further examination, it became clear that the only thing in the way of this being able to "light up" was about 64 48inch fluorescent tubes. Which were procured just in time to take pictures and go back to VT.
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"Aperture" Fall 2014 24*7 1/4 feet Laminated digital print (1/1) mounted to backlit lightbox wall.
King Street Center BusKing Street Center Bus.txt
(2016) Digital artwork printed on vinyl substrate (coated). Vehicle Art for King Street Youth Center, Burlington, VT. This is the largest thing I've ever made in Illustrator and it took 2 months to complete in full. The job started out as a simple decoration approach but once I realized who the users are (in this case a bunch of young students) it quickly snowballed into a mobile pedagogical tool. The project was realized from January to March 2016.
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Illustrator mechanical for driver's side (left side) of bus. Including measurement overlays.
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Illustrator mechanical for passenger side (right side) of bus. Including measurement overlays.
IMG_9114.jpgKing Street Center FoyerKing Street Center Foyer.txt
Digital artwork printed on vinyl substrate (coated). Wall Art for King Street Youth Center, Burlington, VT. Installed in foyer of recently renovated headquarters building. Please see link to article below 2.11.2015 King Street Center's Arty New Home by Pamela Polston @pamela7d | February 11, 2015 2.18.2015 King Street Center Grand Re-Opening mychamplainvalley.com channel 22 news video
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"Open Air" 2014-2015 9*38 feet.
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Dealer Dot Com Café 2.0 Wall Art 1 Howard Street, Burlington, Vermont. (2014) 4 panels, 8x16' giclée on fabric banner. (2h, 2v) From the press-release: "The Dot Calm Cafè serves as a place of nourishment, community lounge, and backdrop for many inspired conversations. This work seeks to create an appealing atmosphere as well as bring elements of our natural landscape indoors with an emphasis on making the architectural space feel more permeable. It's also driven by being informative." "The goal of this work was to realize an exciting way to tell the story of just what goes into the food you eat here. We also hope to convey the sense of the scale of that undertaking on the part of the Café's staff and management."
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This is a small collection of digital artwork by SAC. Some of the work in this list exists as printed material. All images are vector source generated by various versions (over time) of both Macromedia Freehand and Adobe Illustrator. Older work for print I don't have copies of anymore can be found at: Expressobeans.com.
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"BRNCA" (bernica) Limited Edition Giclée Print Edtion of 20 12x42in w/1in runaround
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"Petits Mysteres" Limited Edition Giclée Print Paper: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm Edtion of 24 22x9in w/1in runaround
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"2010" (Twenty Ten) Limited Edition Giclée Print Paper: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm Edtion of 24 30x6in w/3in runaround
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"Mes Traces" Limited Edition Giclée Print Paper: 180# Hannemuhle Edtion of 13 68x20in w/2in runaround
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"Post" mostly for a color and tone experiment Not Editioned.
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Most recent vector artwork examples by Scott André Campbell. These elements fall outside of the other sections' organization. They're not organized (or documented, sorry) but they're fairly recent.
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Client-Specific collections of digital artwork by Scott André Campbell. This section is necessary because some of the people I work with have repeating jobs. Also, this work isn't really private edition stuff; it's more for a specific person or group.
Community Sailing CenterIMG_4747.jpgIMG_5483.jpgFriends For A_dogFriends For A_dog.txt
(forever) This section is work by SAC for the Friends For A_Dog Foundation (FFA_D). "A_Dog" is the DeeJay name of a good friend of mine Andy Williams. Andy passed away a while back and a group of friends decided to start a foundation in his honor. I miss this person in a major way. Not just for what he offered me in terms of friendship but for what he offered, altruistically, to anyone he came in contact with. A legacy.

Click the logo below to find out more about the Friends For A_Dog Foundation

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(2015) Design for etched aluminum keyring measuring 1.5in square.
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(2016) Monochrome design for silkscreen.
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(2014) Monochrome design for silkscreen.
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(2015) Design for promotional flyer measuring 4x6in.
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(2015) Monochrome design for silkscreen.
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(2016) "Supernatural"full-color design for event poster and CD cover(shown).
logos and logotypeslogos.txt
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This section has examples of computer programming research projects. I'm trying to grow some basic awareness of my computer skills and the types of approaches I use. Nerd alert. There's more information about this process in my dev blog blog.luminome.com. If you're not a fan of computer programming this will all be stunningly boring. Thanks.
javascriptjavascript.txt
Recent ideas and projects involving js. November 2016: Three-JS experiment. Work in progress. three.js file browser [requires desktop machine]
HTML5 Canvas 3DHTML5.txt
This project is several years old but recently unearthed. I got into it when HTML5 was introduced. It's basically a simple 3d game foundation. I made a nifty math library which I ported over from C to get the 3D vector math and matrix classes. This was before it occurred to me that people roll those classes into 3d engines. I do think, however, that rolling your own 3d engine is worth the trouble. vector space game [sound is way more coherent in Google Chrome] [ASWD to move, arrows to rotate, space to fire.] [mouse used for targeting and/or rotation] [clicking '+' changes the weapon mode but you'll have to scroll backwards a bit to get it into view.]
lol flash actionscriptactionscript.txt
Very dated code sample written in Flash AS3.0. actionscript vector space [requires flash and desktop machine]
We look forward to more art from you.
debug-datum
W3 Valid HTML5 Cascading Stylesheets jQuery Python MongoDb Apache Git Git