simple

23 03 2009

while working on my own informational design, i have noticed that the simplest design is what stands out for me. very clean lines, good use of negative space, not too much color….  

here are four different pages that i felt would be good lay outs for and information design piece..

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type SPACE AND TEXTURE

12 02 2009

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logoTYPE

12 02 2009

Also on OBT Design‘s website I really enjoyed their logotype designs. They were very playful and looked like a lot of fun to design!

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FACE 31

2 12 2008

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Title: type trump

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Type face: form

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Title: creep

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Client: 2k Gingham

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creative silhouette

2 09 2008

 

The Serf is a blog I found myself wondering through, and came across what I thought this was a unique way to do an object translation into type… 





EVIL WINE!!

28 08 2008

Thought this was a clever and funny bottle design, I mentioned it in class the other day, and then oddly enough I went over the my aunts house and she had it sitting on her counter haha.  





flintstones?

27 08 2008

Another blog I found today and was looking at was GRAIN EDIT.  I found a lot of interesting things on there, but the “pebble alphabet” really stood out to me.  (Especially for you Amy, it made me think of our project for 351 and obviously because it’s a rock it reminded me of you) It also reminded me of last year doing the object translations, and this was just a unique way of looking at the alphabet.