Old Stussy documentary by the BBC that I’ve watched to help me with my essay.
How To Project:
For this project we were asked create a design that shows a certain action. Out of the list of actions we were given I chose ‘Make a hot drink’.
We were also asked to design it using a specific style. I chose ‘Extreme close up’.
I think I was watching a lot of Aqua Teen Hunger Force at the time when I illustrated the eyes as they’re very Master Shake like.
Also, apparently 8:00am isn’t that early…..I beg to differ.
One Day Booklet:
Here are the individual images from my booklet for the One Day Booklet brief.
I really hope more projects are conducted like this in the future. Was such a good day out!
For this project we we’re asked to use our research into basic shapes from over the summer to help us create a piece that portrays a certain combination.
I combination of choice was ‘Create’ and ‘Destroy’ and my choice of shape was a circle.
For my design I chose to use influential figures and inspirational images for each word.
For ‘Create’ I’ve used Jesus Christ, Andy Warhol, Egyptian pyramids and pictures of planets. For ‘Destroy’ I’ve used images of Osama Bin Laden, Adolf Hitler, Aleister Crowley and a picture of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the background.
For this project we were asked to communicate a proverb with a certain voice. The design had to be black and white only and printed on A2.
Out of the list of proverbs we were given I chose to base my design around ‘Pride Goes Before A Fall’ and out of the list of voices we were given I chose ‘Emphatically’.
For my design I chose the boldest typeface I could think of which was Stefan Kjartansson’s ‘Black Slabbath’. A font that I have always liked and have always wanted to use for a poster design. I think it worked really well to express my choice of voice.
For this part of the project we were asked to take the same proverb but make it appeal to a certain audience. I chose to make my design appeal to a Urban Outfitters customer.
I did this by using a striking background colour and using a custom abstract typography piece for my proverb.