Project from advanced typography studies. A expressive type piece that folds out and is printed on vellum. It is a visual portrayal of a PBS FrontLine broadcast called “Digital Nation”, which looks at the effects of technology on society. Overlapping textures were created with quotes, lines and layering words. By printing on the vellum the textures overlapped further thru the translucent stock creating further visual interest.
Project from advanced typography studies. The title is a customized font, overlaid with textures, while the background is a scan of an X-acto knife cutting surface. The calming colors contrast the visual anxiety.
Project from advanced graphic design studies. Selected a retailer, gathered data and designed layout to reflect the high-end, one-of-a-kind fashion and furnishings the Anthropologie store is known for. Scanned related objects like fabric and dress pattern paper; then utilize them in the graphics of the report. All photos were taken at local stores to showcase their vignettes and products.
Project from advanced typography studies. A custom typeface created by pinning butchers twine into position with straight pins. The letters where then scanned and clipped in Photoshop.
Project from advanced graphic design studies. Given a three hour time frame to concept and complete a visual interpretation of the current weather forecast in type. I chose to hand render the word “Blustery”.
Project from advanced typography studies. Selected the Dr. Suess book as the subject for this expressive piece. Created a maze of altered type from the title, then blocked out the negative space in playful colors and incorporated quotes from the book. The maze design was then applied to a concept for a children’s store, including a shopping bag, t-shirt wrap and price tag. The final image was featured on the Savannah College of Art and Design homepage as a background.