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Tools of Your Trade - #11 Jenelle Ball

1. Name and profession
Jenelle Ball / Student

2. Where do you work?
School by day, Milk Tiger by night.

3. What inspired you to start?
In my youth I had a well known habit to rearrange the furniture in my grandmas basement. I think thats where it all started. Now its moving content around. I need things to be well organized and functional. I like rulers, knives, scissors, all types of drawing instruments, and I am especially fond of paper.

4. What's inspiring these days?
Science, nature and the human condition.

5. 10 words about what's in the picture.
I use things from this drawer to create my designs.

6. What did you sketch in your Web Book this week?
Layouts for Good Life Community Bicycle Shop.

Check out Jenelle's work at http://jenelleball.ca/ and follow her on Twitter at @xxvs_

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Tools of Your Trade - #02 Jos van Benthem

1. Name and profession
Jos van Benthem / Designer

2.Where do you work?
I'm currently a student at SAIT Polytechnic (the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology)


3. What inspired you to start?
I've loved design for as long as I can remember, and once I started, I never looked back. Other designers have always been an inspiration to me and have been part of the reason why I started a creative education and profession - not only their work, but also their lifestyle and way of thinking. 

4. What's inspiring these days?
I'm just getting started and so I'm still learning a lot. What's inspiring to me moving forward is the breadth of what's out there. Knowing that there is so much to choose from. I know I'll never be bored.

5. 10 words about what's in the photo.  
Industrial
Parra
Netherlands
Essentials
Dry Lips
Groomed
Casio
Modern
Farmfresh
Portfolio sketch

6.What did you sketch in your Web Book this week?
I sketched some website layouts, app designs and some resume mock ups.

Check out Jos' work at www.josvanbenthem.com

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