This is the promotional display that Portland Community College uses when they go to high schools to get the word out about the school. I based the design for this display on their existing branding. The colored panels are backed with Velcro and make it easy to update the information (I made about 20 alternate panels). This was a really fun project, I would love to do more displays in the future.
The final project for GD5 was to create a brand for a local food cart. I chose Portland's only french food cart Creme de la Creme. Photos of the Menu, Passport Punch Card, Coffee Cozy & To Go boxes I designed to come soon!
The first project for my illustration class was to draw a silhouette by hand and then apply it to a paper bag, then to come up with a recycled second use for the bag. I decided to make a to go bag for a lobster restaurant that can be reused as two lobster bibs. It was a really fun process and I'm really happy with the finished product. More detailed pictures to come.
I stumbled on this picture of my first hand lettering project and it reminded me how much I love working outside of the computer. I would love to take the time to slow down and really focus on crafting more letters in the near future.