Sara Wegman

  • @sarawegman
  • Head of Product & Innovation, Binkies 3D
  • she/her
  • The Hague, the Netherlands
Writer (for myself and others) and product developer (for Binkies 3D). I'm happiest when I'm doing to...  
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2021

Sep 10, 2021
Sep 10, 2021
Designed Visual Assets
Designed Marketing Collateral
Developed a brand
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A sneak peek of something I'm working on right now! I'm currently developing the branding and web presence for a new worshipping community in NW Altadena, called Interwoven. In the words of the founder Harlan, Interwoven is a place where people from all walks of life can join in being woven together in spiritual community. It's a church that seeks to 'uplift the whole person — spiritually, emotionally, physically, and psychologically.'

The branding here is inspired by the language of being 'woven' or 'knit' — processes in which different threads or fabrics are brought together without losing their individuality. It was important to me to have the logo feel hand-hewn, to reflect the community's focus on authenticity; for that reason, we chose a pattern that that felt a but like an ink stamp. For the colors, we're using earthy tones to reflect the natural beauty Altadena, where the skyline is the mountains.
Aug 30, 2021
Aug 30, 2021
Designed Visual Assets
I love sending snail mail, so I designed these stickers for closing envelopes and decorating packages (as well as some address labels, not pictured).
Aug 19, 2021
Aug 19, 2021
Collaborated on a project
Printed a 3D model
My partner and I collaborated on these 3D printed models of the lanterns on my old college campus. The original design was a birthday present, but due to the high level of interest from other Wellesley alums, I've now grown it into a small business, which includes not just the lanterns, but also branding, shipping materials including stickers and cards, and a custom order-tracking web app for customers.
Aug 13, 2021
Aug 13, 2021
Collaborated on a project
Designed Visual Assets
Implemented Branding
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Can computers be creative? The poems below were made by a computer—does that change your answer? What if I told you they wasn’t written by the computer itself, but taken from Yelp review by an algorithm that identified them as a haiku? What do you think now?

A few months ago, my partner (in life and often in creative projects) and I worked together to make @morcom.wrote, a romantic algorithm that identifies and creates poetry. We were motivated by that initial question of whether computers can be creative. We use computers all the time, as tools to create things; with the way AI is developing, the point at which they can create for us isn’t far away. So what does that mean for how we define creativity and art? Is it still a poem if it’s birthed from 1s and 0s and not from the mind of a poet?
Apr 13, 2021
Apr 13, 2021
Designed a Business Card
I designed these business cards for someone with a passion for generative art and a large collection of portfolio projects. Each card features a different portfolio piece with a link to see it live.
Apr 11, 2021
Apr 11, 2021
Designed a monogram
About a year ago, I found pages from a collection of art nouveau monograms online. After doing some digging, I found that they were from a book called Monograms and Ciphers, produced by a design studio in London in 1906 (it's available on Project Gutenberg, if you're interested). I love art nouveau style, and I thought it was so cool to see the variety in styles for these monograms, so I decided to try my hand at making one myself. Below is mine, as well as two pages from the original book.
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