Sketching Techniques – week 19

The printmaking terms Aquatint: An etching technique that creates printed areas of colour.  It is an intaglio printmaking technique, a variant of etching that produces areas of tone rather than lines. It is therefore traditionally used in combination with other methods to create the lines and detail. Chine-collé: The process of attaching one piece of paper to another by using glueFortsett å lese «Sketching Techniques – week 19»

Course Assignment 05 – Magazine Design

Week 19 Brief: A foreign publishing house plans to publish a new magazine and has contacted you to do the project. They know what the magazine will be about and they can provide you with finished articles. They just do not have any visual idea or strategy for the magazine itself. Your job is toFortsett å lese «Course Assignment 05 – Magazine Design»

Design of two post cards – week 18

Brief: Design two postcards. Each with one piece of advice that you would give a first-year Graphic Design Student. You are welcome to make more if inspiration strikes. All graphics and text must be your own. Advices I chose: Any idea can work if well done, so love your ideas. and No idea is original,Fortsett å lese «Design of two post cards – week 18»

Semester Project 2 – Festival

Interpretation of the task For this project, we should create graphic designs for a local baking festival. Gol has two festivals already, so they are the main competition and also reference points. The festival needed a program and a range of products. Concept and Target A baking festival in a town like Gol should appealFortsett å lese «Semester Project 2 – Festival»

CA04- Product advertising

For this project, we should produce an advertising A2 poster for Gågaten. Then, using photography and graphic elements like typography and a logo, we should do shopping at this locating appealing. We should combine nighttime photography with product photography and make people want to go shopping. I am pleased with my product photo of theFortsett å lese «CA04- Product advertising»

Mastering the Art of Product Photography – week11

Important to the craft: Lighting: Set up the lights in order to create no or hardly any shadow. Make sure colours or surroundings are not reflected in the object. Use soft lights. Setting: Use a white background or box, to avoid any distractions away from the object. Object: It must be clean and spotless. CameraFortsett å lese «Mastering the Art of Product Photography – week11»

Applying Philosophy to Design 1 – Practical Assignment – week10

In the last week of our graphic design history studies, we were asked to design a poster for a humanitarian cause we care about, using the Modernist style.My cause is global warming. Saving the planet is by far the most crucial issue of our time. Without a place to exist, we have nothing. I decidedFortsett å lese «Applying Philosophy to Design 1 – Practical Assignment – week10»

Analysing the use of Design Fundamentals – week 10

In this image, the illustrator has used mainly two colours; blue covering most of the illustration and orange being the accent. The child is almost centred and draws attention to it. It borrows from Disney and children’s illustrations. Beauty plays a massive part in this illustration. The hair is flowing in the water, the placementFortsett å lese «Analysing the use of Design Fundamentals – week 10»

Focusing on Design With A Conscience – Theoretical Assignment – Week 10

Sheppard Fairey Background From Wikipedia: «The Barack Obama «Hope» poster is an image of Barack Obama designed by artist Shepard Fairey. The image was widely described as iconic and came to represent Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.[1][2] It consists of a stylized stencil portrait of Obama in solid red, beige and (light and dark) blue, withFortsett å lese «Focusing on Design With A Conscience – Theoretical Assignment – Week 10»

CA03 – Design History – Folded Leaflet

The task was to present recent graphic design history in an innovative brochure style, designed for a graphic design student’s use.I wanted the booklet to lay flat on a table or floor, having the pop-ups instantly show the era’s design. I wanted it to be a direct and fun form of communication.I think I achievedFortsett å lese «CA03 – Design History – Folded Leaflet»