Semester long project creating a process book filled with various samples of different printing processes and techniques. Grid layout, appropriate body type, becoming familiar with printing and graphic terms, and learning book binding methods were some of the main focus points for this project. My design for this piece was to keep it minimalistic and use a different layout style other then the usual layout style that is expected when looking at various print designs.
A collaboration project for an informational zine discussing depression and the psychological process behind the disease designed by a fellow colleague, Jennifer Thayer and myself. It is written by Eric Avery, MD (Artist/Psychiatrist) who also will be distributing them across campuses all over the United States at his lectures. The layout and typography work is done by Jennifer Thayer, and all illustrations (excluding the brain print by Eric Avery) are done by myself. It is hoped to be finished in January 2017.
This postcard was used to advertise the 2017 spring senior exhibition of East Tennessee State University.
Layoutand typography exercise using InDesign to do a complete reboot on a poorly designed brochure. The original brochure was cluttered with information and images so my goal for this design was to keep it minimal in an appeasing way but still giving it a professional look.
The lion illustration and the lettering are both hand drawn and manipulated with illustrator. With this particular composition, it was requested to keep the design polished but also give it a kid friendly vibe.
Going in a different direction with the illustration portraying a more diverse audience. Also including the logo for the campaign known as ISPCC (Irish Society Prevention of Cruelty to Children) to show realistically how this design would be represented as an actual advertisement.
As a class we were given a hypothetical brand named, Mama's Spaghetti, and asked to create an advertisement of the product for a magazine. I wanted the illustration to be unique and corresponding to the younger generation. My goal was for this design to be seen in a contemporary magazine.
Same illustration for the same assignment in previous post, but changing the color scheme.