I have re-created my website in Adobe Muse! It was pretty simple to make but took hours faffing to get it up online. Oh well it's finally ready so CLICK HERE and go take a look!
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
I made a frame from which I hung my hand cut card. Copper rods were used with wooden dowel spacers in between so each sheet hung at the same distance apart. I played around with fishing wire and hung it in the studio to test out how the design worked. I also went into my local Lush store in Plymouth and they kindly let me photograph my design in the shop! Everyone was really complimentary of my work and I think it works really well as a display piece.
Various images of my design for Lush, the handmade cosmetic company. I wanted to create a new brand for them within my Creative and Professional Development module. This design is intended to be part of a window display on a large scale. I wanted the design to be bright and bold, which conveyed the luxurious products that they sell, mimicking a bar of soap. I photographed the design in different ways to see how it looked and worked out.
Several different logo options for Pencil, a company currently being set up by one of my friends. The experimentation enabled me to create contrasting logo designs to see which worked best for the business. Hand drawn typography techniques were used in each design.
Part of my Creative and Professional Development module, in which I used different materials and processes to re-brand different existing companies. ASOS is an online clothing shop which sells designer and vintage clothing. Their original logo is pretty boring so I did my best to jazz it up!
I simply used a cork board and pinned different textured ribbon to create the letterforms.
My design submissions for graze, a healthy online snack company. The design brief included three parts, to re-design the packaging, logo and a direct mailing campaign. The brief was part of a collection of student competitions from YCN.