Steph and I just finished a screenprinting session for the EKGM project I’m a part of. Anyhoo, I’ll have them with me tomorrow… hit me up!
Posts Tagged 'school'
Tags: Design, pinup, school, screenprinting, t shirts, type
Tags: Design, experimental, school, type, typography
Today I started the process of making a cover for my typography book. To get you up to speed, the book is titled “Experimental Typography: Rock Posters from the 60′s-70′s”. Instead of just grabbing an image from the web (which was the easy way to go… ugh, based on my current school deadlines, the way I SHOULD have gone), I decided that it’d be fun to just to my own, attempting to emulate that style of typography. Well, almost 4 hours (booo) later…
btw, colors are temporary… just wanted to try it out.
Tags: book, experimental, school, type, typography
My current assignment for a typography class is laying out a 64 page book. My topic, Experimental Typography: Rock Posters from the 60s-70s. While it initially was overwhelming, I found that once I got going, I really got into it. Anyways, you’ll have to follow this link to get to it… no way I’m trying to re-post all those images again. Enjoy your weekend.
Tags: Art, Design, girl, school, screenprint, type, typography
The following are screens I intend to create for the EKGM project I’m working on. Both graphics are similar – text and girls. Both were created with off registration printing in mind. As I completed the 2nd of the two, I found that both text and girl can be interchangeable. The colorways aren’t set in stone, just something to get an idea of what I’m working with.
Tags: Art, Design, experimental, information, print, school, type, typography
Here’s the quick design brief:
Choose a topic (Experimental Type), define and explore words that describe your topic, then construct a concept map.
Obviously, the latter is where the designer (aka me) would have an opportunity to get creative. Since I ride the BART almost daily, I figured that I’d lay out my map similar to a transit map. While this presented a number of design challenges, one of the more labor intensive challenges was constructing the map itself. However, once that was settled, the rest was considerably easier – admittedly, everything else still required detailed attention, but not like the map did. Anyways, here’s the final:
Lastly, big shout out to my local printers – Copymat. Not only are they the bomb dot com, the guys there took the time out to help me mount it (crazy easier with two people) in addition to teaching me a few tricks. Thanks again.
Tags: Design, school, student
EKGM. It’s a 4 person collaborative of which I’m a contributor. I’ll be posting stuff there that might not make these pages. If you’re interested, you can check it at EKGMcollective.blogspot.com.
Tags: girl, marker, pen, school, sketch, sketchbook, sketches, type, typography
Tags: Art, Design, poster, school, SFMOMA, student, type, typography
One of my final projects for the semester included a mailer for the SFMOMA. It was a front and back mailer with information regarding the upcoming shows (I believe the information is real). Some of the requirements included using a logo redesign, informative tiering (of course), and images. Design was left to the imagination of the student. Due to the size of the final (18×24), I decided right away that I would make mine strictly B&W – with no image (admittedly, it was a requirement that I chose to ignore). I got some grief from my peers about this, but working within my imposed restrictions was harder than they probably think it was. Despite it’s lack of color and imagery, I thought I did a pretty decent job – I actually might slip it into my portfolio. Let me know what you think!
Tags: Art, craft, Design, diorama, school
The final project for my Interior Design class was to make a diorama. Not wanting to do a bedroom or anything, I opted to make an art installation featuring all the projects from the class (scaled down of course). Ok, less talking, more picturing.
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