The global fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. Since it is almost inevitable for most consumers to stop buying clothes, it is important for us to understand the environmental impacts that our purchases have in order for us to be able to reduce our carbon footprints.
This info graph describes the detrimental process that it takes to create the typically used fabrics that most people wear and own, including how they impact our environment.
Jamie Yngcong, “also goes by the alias “JIMMIEJAMS” is an Artist, Illustrator, and Graphic Designer and a current student at Pratt Institute. Jamie is based in New York and Connecticut.
For my info graph, I will be focusing on the environmental impacts of the fashion industry. I plan on having my layout elongated horizontally with the interactive purpose of allowing the viewer to swipe through it from left to right. I will have different types of clothes that use different kinds of fabric material hanging on a clothesline and providing information on how the manufacturing of those materials contribute into our carbon footprints
Finished my process book for my personal project. Here are some screenshots.
Did an illustration on net neutrality. Because of how relevant this subject is right now, it gathered a lot of notes on my blog after I posted it.
For our Utica Proud project, we interviewed one of Made In Utica’s founders Mark Simon where he talked a little bit about himself and how Made In Utica was started and we asked him questions that we will be putting into our spread.
Finished both illustrations for my Subway Anxiety piece. These two illustrations were inspired by watching how people act while riding the subway.
Finished the first piece of a two part illustration called Subway Anxiety.