Candy packaging project for a Publication Design class. The aim of this project was to create candy packaging for a more adult audience. For the design, I wanted to use nostalgic elements from older candy packaging and picked typefaces and a colour scheme that I felt conveyed that. I wanted it to be a combination of retro elements that would catch the attention of those interested in that aesthetic but still modern enough that it wouldn't look too dated.
This magazine is an introduces slow fashion in an approachable and engaging way through a series of interviews and articles. The opening pages describe what fast fashion is and its consequences, as well as practical ways to reduce our wardrobes negative impact. The latter half of the publication is comprised of two interviews and an in depth view of their personal style and closets. To bring this publication to life, I combined fabric textures, vibrant colours, and editioral photography.
I made this poster for a publication design class with Jen Eby. We had to create a poster around a collection of things and I chose pasta because its delicious (obviously) and comes in so many different shapes and sizes.
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Sep 3-Dec 14
This course explores the basic principles of publication design. Students explore a variety of design principles as they apply to different media such as ebooks, web sites, emags, print, etc. Issues such as pacing, rhythm, flow, large and small scale design, and art direction are considered from the perspective of the particular and differing needs of these outcomes. Students will explore the technical considerations involved in preparing work for these media.