Thursday, 20 October 2011

Editorial - Why small victories matter

We were asked to make a quick rough for editorial - why small victory matter by Oliver Burkeman in The Guardian. It is about achieving small goals and how small goals can be more satisfactory as it is easier to achieve. It discusses that by taking on challenges in small pieces often wins over time and then gives a feeling of mastering. I chose to do a box of chocolates as mastering of something is often enjoyable and sweet. Also it has a surprise inside and it is a treat often used as a reward to oneself.   

1 comment:

  1. exactly the same idea drawn in a slightly different way would have much more contemporary relevance. (don't be so extreme but look at the cover of varoom) .. but if you want to do such a straightforward representational picture you'll need to look closely at a real choc box and understand the perspective (even if it is collage you use for the final piece)