Inspired by my cravings for noodles. Also I watched God of Cookery so yeah my asian food cravings are going crazy now. I’m kidding, I always want asian food.
So I watched Blue Is The Warmest Color this weekend and all I can think about is blue hair and naked ladies.
Just reblogging personal work as my work blog is collecting dust. I am unable to blog some of my work here as the briefs I’m working on are competition briefs and I am unsure if I’m allowed to post them before I send them off. So yeah. :D
Just a little sneak peek on what I’m currently working on. I’m designing two book covers and it’s been a whiiiiirlwind so far. They weren’t kidding when they say third year is gonna kick you in the hooha and it’s your job to avoid being kicked and dropkick it back instead and show the amazing designer superhero you are! I’m practicing my self defence skills.
But yeah, updates soon! :)
1 week project - The Significance of Numbers
I’ve been listening to Warpaint non-stop the past week (or two three weeks) so it kind of creeped into my project a little bit. We were assigned to design a poster about the significance of numbers. It was a very very very very broad/open brief and I admit I was freaking out 80% of the time, trying to finalise an idea. After breaking down, Warpaint showed me the way and I decided to do my poster based on the timing and arrangement found in songs.
I chose a live version of the song “Beetles” which is from this video. Amazing or what.
THIRD YEAR!!! I have mixed feelings about this. I am scared and anxious but also really excited and super pumped.
Final book cover design! (Back cover + Front cover)
Finally! Something I’m happy with! I decided that I wanted the cover to kind of have the look of a bible. Just simple text in front and a little image at the back.
Just experimenting and playing around with type and stuff for the book cover. The idea for this is basically because the movie “The Exorcist” obviously has some religious aspects. So I thought I would use typography to convey this. This is basically just letters of the title “THE EXORCIST” rearranged and layered over/reflected/etc to resemble a crucifix.