Here are pictures of the linecard and how it would look printed out. I would print it on thicker paper, because the images bled through a little to the other side.
Here are some photos of my book jackets for Cold Mountain and Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier.
I was a little worried about this project when it was introduced, I wasn’t sure what I was going to do or how to go about it. It was actually my mom’s idea to do something for my uncle’s company. So I have been emailing him and getting information and pictures for it. The linecard is 8.5″ x 11″, and is going to fold in half. I put the logo for the company on the front, along with my uncle’s name and phone number. The logo was actually designed by my sister and it looks great so I’m excited to use it! The inside of the linecard has the name of the company on top and short description of what the company does. I included a few pictures of the actual presses that are worked on.
We finished our group poster! I think we did a good job show the differences between modernism and post modernism. To make it better, we could have included a title or something like that to say what exactly we were showing, maybe something like “Modernism vs. Post Modernism.” But overall I think it was a success and definitely shows the differences between modernism and post modernism, both through the words and text, and the picture on top.
We all had to do an independent project on our own for some kind of business or non-profit organization. I chose to make a linecard for my uncle’s company. It is called Big Bear Press Repair, and they sell, repair, and install printing presses. The linecard gives a short description of what the company does, lists the address and phone number, and has some pictures of the presses that are commonly worked on. It’s a work in progress, but I am happy with how it is coming out!
The packaging project is done! I redesigned the box for Red Oval Farms Stoned Wheat Thins. I kept the layout of the box, I just changed the look of it. I think it looks more professional than the original and everything can be seen better on my design. In the future I may change the picture I used for the background and play with the colors a little, but I think my design is overall a success.
One of our last projects is a group project. We have to discuss modernism vs post-modernism and come up with a way to visually describe them and their differences. My group decided on a big poster, with descriptions of modernism and post-modernism on the bottom and a picture on the top. The picture is going to be of two boxers, one representing modernism and the other representing post-modernism. They will each use techniques and colors relevant to the respective period. Each part of the poster was broken up and each member of the group did a part. I did the description of modernism. I wasn’t quite sure where to go at first, but I am pleased with what I came up with. With the help of my group members, I kept the design clean and simple, using minimal colors to correspond with the boxer depicting modernism.