Brewing in creative space

I will be the first to admit that I am a massive fan of the modernized monochromatic color palette that has been showcased over the past few years. From the sharp lines and block lettering found in marketing and advertisement to the comfortable aesthetic created in a room that uses cool greys and whites to form the notion that the space is larger than it actually is. All of this in turn runs in the same vein of style. I know that this is my aesthetic because I’ve rocked the same look since 2005 with the black on black on white that has composed most of my wardrobe. I have no real intent of changing that. However, color has a very interesting effect on how we feel, how we look at a piece, and what we take away from the experience. Yellow fills us with energy, red with passion. In the end I wanted to create something that showed that duality because like the monochromatic styles we see today, there is another one forming, brewing in our creative space in our mind.

Joseph Villarreal

Joseph is the Program Supervisor for the Eastern North Carolina Outpatient Clinics located in Greenville, New Bern, and Wilmington.  He is also part of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Council (DEI) and the Peer Leadership Council (PLC).