In this project, we are asked to create a bound book using both text and imagery. The book must be 12 or 16 pages. We will incorporate the knowledge of typography and grid systems, and make appropriate design decisions based on the content.
I was very certain about what I wanted to do for the visual book — food in Pittsburgh. I decided to introduce some unique restuarants / places for food in Pittsburgh in my visual book. However, not all of the the restaurants that I would like to focus on were finalized at the start. …
In this project, we are asked to create a series of posters that visually introduce three different arts events held within a single arts festival. Each poster must include the following elements:
After some research, I decided to focues on 45th Hong Kong Arts…
Art Festival: Hong Kong Arts Festival
Event: Tetris (https://www.hk.artsfestival.org/en/programmes/tetris-by-arch8/)
Artists: Arch 8
A video game hits the stage! Based on a popular video game in which players create order out of chaos, Tetris swaps blocks for bodies in a performance space. Four dancers ﬂip over, slide under and pile on the top of each other, stacking in various conﬁgurations, frequently defying gravity. As their interlocking shapes unfold, we learn about making connections and how to ﬁt in with others while staying true to oneself. A highly participatory and interactive performance in which audiences can join and play.
In this project, we were asked to design a poster about a typeface and assemble the following content for the poster:
The typeface that I was assigned is Gill Sans.
Below are the five sketches I did for the possible poster layouts:
Among the five typefaces, I like Copperlate the best in conveying the sense of “rebellion. Although Copperlate is not a “bold” typeface as Bauhaus and Marker Felt do, the word looks strong, tough in Copperlate.