I'm so glad spring is finally here. For a long time in northern New Hampshire, winter clung on like a fully-embedded tick. Now, it seems the weather has broken for the better. Buds are on the bushes and trees and the threat of snow is thankfully behind us. The better weather brought about the opportunity for doing some fishing, so my brother in-law took out the john boat and we made our way to Mirror Lake to do some fishing.
It's time to dig into the wide, wonderful world of package design. Have you ever wondered how that box of cereal or package of toilet paper made it's way onto the shelf and into your home? I'm a graphic designer with almost a decade of experience with a bulk of that being in the world of package and consumer goods design.
Brewing your own beer may seem complicated from the outside looking in. It can even seem confusing as a newcomer to the hobby. However, after a brief learning period, you'll be making incredible beer in no time. In this article, we'll cover some of the absolute basics in homebrewing, the equipment you'll need, and of course, a recipe to follow.
A war is brewing. Or, it was brewed a while ago, and now the glass is pouring over. It's all out war between craft beer and big beer. Let's take a look at what made this conflict.
Mushrooms are a truly magnificent thing to behold. According to mycologists (people who study mushrooms), there are over 10,000 known species of mushrooms, and there are even more which are undiscovered. Identifying mushrooms is a challenging and rewarding hobby, even if you don't set out to consume any of your findings. Learning about different structures and features can seem overwhelming, but once you can start to put the pieces together, simply identifying different species feels extremely gratifying.