Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Photographic Alphabet...in shadows!!!

Advanced Digital Graphics
Fall 2010
For this project we had to pick a theme and take photos of things that looked like letters a-z and numbers 0-9. I chose to find the alphabet in shadows. I also chose to do all of my photography in black and white in order to stress that the focus is on the actual shadow and not the surface or object that is making the shadow. We could use a combination of upper and lower case. I found all of them as they were except for the J, O, U, 6, and zero; those I had to set up an object in order to make the shadow that I wanted. I enjoyed this project very much.

Traditional Business Card Design

Visual Communications 2
Fall 2010

Untraditional Business Card Design

Visual Communications 2
Fall 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010

Photoshop Collage

For this project we had to pick two opposite words and create a collage with our own photography that depicts those words. I chose manufactured and organic. I was able to use photography that I have taken in the past as well as shoot some new photos specifically for this project. And I also learned A LOT about Photoshop and blending layers. I'm liking it more than I thought I would.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Viscom1 Spring 2010 Logo and Stationary Design

We had to choose a non-profit organization and redesign their logo and then apply it to stationary. I chose the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee that is home to endangered African and Asian Elephants.

Front and Back of Business Card


Viscom1 Spring 2010 Prospective Student Poster

One color poster promoting Visual Communications at Truman State University for high school seniors.

Viscom1 Spring 2010 Fruit

The left side of this photo was drawn in Illustrator and the right side is the original photograph...50 hrs...? close enough

Viscom1 Spring 2010 Light Bulb

Light bulb drawn entirely in Illustrator

Typography Fall 09 Magazine Layouts

The first topic was given to us and the second topic we got to choose whatever article we wanted to design a layout for.