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The first exam on Westerdals Graphic Design was to make an inspiring and teaching magazine about graphic design. The target group was future students on Westerdals graphic Design.
The survival guide portrays the first year of Westerdals Graphic Design as a year of hell. If you aren’t following the guide, then you wont be able to survive the first year. The magazine is based on a step-by-step guide with assets like dictionary and notes. With a focus on blending military influenced typography and Swiss black and white illustrations. It tries to create the feeling of survival, just like the old military guides in the US. Army. The format is a pocket size so the students will able to carry it all the time when survival will be needed.
Any ideas what either of these could be, please? Especially the top one.
Here I have attatched some of my signature logo creations..Can you guys please tell me what you think about these logos....Cz I want to improve the quality of my designs....Also I design these logos on fiverr for $5..Is these logos worth of $5??..Please tell me your ideas..Thank You..
More Work Samples : http://fiverr.com/christiansc/design-professional-and-stylish-signature-...
Hello Everyone,I'm Christian and I'm a graphic designer.I just joined this forum and wanted to say HELLO to all of ya..:)
Sometimes a surprise, sometimes as expected – MeM is an interactive type system with a wide range of individual personalities.
The eccentric experimental type system created by Elena Schädel and Jakob Runge in 2012. It produces many personalities, each individual and emotive. You will never know which of the alternating letters is going to occur next. Basically, at the heart of it all is MeM: four different weights and letter shapes melded together into one powerful font and shuffled with the sleek usability of OpenType.
Well it's been an extremely long time since I've posted on here but I wanted to share a project that I've been working on with everyone. About six or seven months ago I started helping out with DesignChat.
DesignChat is a live video chat that airs every Wednesday night at 8pm CST. We broadcast from smbolic (formerly SamataMason) and interview some of the coolest people in the industry for about an hour each week. So far we've had some amazing guests like Milton Glaser, Erik Spiekermann, Debbie Millman, Jessica Hische and many others.
It has been driving me crazy that I can't figure out the sans on this t-shirt by Robert Geller. Any ideas?
I'm heading to Zurich in a couple of months for a few days, as part of a European jaunt. I was hoping for some ideas of places to visit whilst I'm there. I want to take in the graphic design 'sights' but I don't know where to start. I've only got the Museum of Design on my list so far.
Looking to get some feedback on a logo I've been working on. The company is called Edible Adventures - Mobile cooking classes for kids. It's pretty self explanatory. Client is looking for a simple execution of her logo. It has to communicate food in a fun way and easy to read. Could be used as signage on vans/store front/stationary/marketing materials.
Please take a few minutes to look it over. Let me know your thoughts/suggestions.
Thanks in advance.
I would like to show you a work I did using my Wacom tablet and Inkscape.
There was once a thread about calligraphy software and I am sure Inkscape is one of the best. It works different then CorelDraw and Illustrator but I think is more close to the traditional way except the strokes can be rearranged if necessary.
And a detail at actual size.
I would like to see your comments, critiques and advices so please feel free to post them.
A bigger version of it (1600 x 1200 px) can be downloaded from my site.
Thank you very much.