I designed this poster in my Graphic Design 1 class. The assignment was to create a 13" x 20" poster for a musical group performing at BYU-I this winter. The group I was assigned was a barber shop quartet group called The Perfect Gentlemen. In this poster my concept was to create a 40's style that represented the time period of when barber shop quartets first started. I used a Norman Rockwell picture of a quartet group and photoshopped the heads of The Perfect Gentlemen on top. I also wanted to represent their musical voices by using the typography to represent sound waves.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
I designed these logos in my Graphic design 1 class. The assignment was to create five icons based on compound words. This assignment was designed to teach the development of visual symbols that communicate in an engaging, unique and beautiful way.
Friday, September 24, 2010
I designed this poster in my Graphic Design 1 class. The assignment was to explore the environment in which we live in and create an alphabet with the objects that I found. Im not a huge fan of pancakes so I decided to use up my Bisquik and make a pancake alphabet.
I designed this booklet in my Typography class. The assignment was to choose one of three artist given to us and create a 16 page booklet for an art museum exhibition of this artists work and life. The artist I chose was Joseph Cornell who was a shadow box artist. My design concept was to represent the nostalgia and fragmentation of Joseph Cornell's shadow boxes into the design of the booklet.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
I designed these poster in my Intro to Graphic Design class. The project was to pick a famous graphic designer and create an exhibition poster for an art museum featuring the designer. We had to create three different poster for the same art event with different concepts.
Left: Poster that has an emphasis on an assigned principle of design: My principle was line.
Center: Free choice
Right: Poster that our Graphic Designer would create them selves using their philosophy and aesthetic.