Category: Visual Design
Italy Travel Brochure
Benvenuti amici! Have you ever been to Italy? I studied abroad during my undergrad in Florence, Italy. It was such a dream and I can’t wait to go back someday. For the final week in my Visual Design class, I was tasked with creating a travel brochure. I have to compile everything I’ve learned into…
In my last blog, I created a logo for a made-up company called Green Thumb Plant Shop. In this blog I’m creating an advertisement design for this plant shop. Advertising. It’s everywhere. Posters, commercials, print, digital, etc. Advertisements grab people’s attention and draw them in. Targeted ads have to reach their audience and be distributed…
What a fun project this was! I’ve designed logos before for myself (this site) and the Southern Vermont Young Professionals. But, I’d never formally learned about logo design, branding, and identity. I initially thought, “okay, this will be easy! Find a font I like and slap a nice .svg next to it.” But after reading…
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!
This week in Visual Design class I was tasked to create a fictional movie poster. The design brief was that I could only use my own photographs or I can draw something. Well, I can’t draw, but I have thousands of photographs! But, where do I even start? I knew I wanted to do something…
If you don’t like Taylor Swift, sorry not sorry.
What’s in a Word?
3…2….1….Action! “This week on…VISUAL DESIGN CLASS!” This week we had to choose a word and create it in Illustrator. The word has to visually represent itself. For example, the word ‘stretch’ could be s t r e t c h e d out. This was the toughest project for me so far. Here’s what I…
This week in Visual Design class, I was prompted to create a collage composition. The composition had to be created with only original photos. Not only that, but the composition has to tell a story. What a difficult task! The composition I created began with a photo I took years ago of Lake Bled, Slovenia.…
When you hear the term abstract art, what comes to mind? Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory? Or how about Pablo Picasso’s The Weeping Woman?