The concept behind my poster design comes from my love for the typography portion of the course. Having a background in street art I have a passion for painting words and letters. I found that since taking this course I […]
This hierarchical grid is successful because it allows for a natural flow of information in the title with room for an image or illustration in the lower third of the grid. This hierarchal grid is successful because the page […]
Today I spent all day on Stz’uminus First Nation territory doing a medicinal plant walk with Auntie Delores Louie, who is a resident elder at VIU. I was grateful for having spent such a wonderful day learning about indigenous plants and […]
I really wish my camera was able to portray my piece a little clearer to show the gold details I have included. I won’t be in class this week so this was the best photo I could take. Fonts used: […]
I absolutely love this Graffiti Classic font by Robert Arnow (2015).
For my show and tell presentation I wanted to share a little about an artist I really enjoy. Brian Jungen is an artist from BC and is of Swiss and Dene Za First Nation decent. Jungen attended the Emily Carr Institute of […]
Left to right/top to bottom (1-10). This assignment was definitely similar to the 30 circle exercise we did in class last week. I found myself wracking my brain just as much but liked that I wasn’t being timed to complete […]
From the top to the bottom: Bright, fast, heavy and lost. For the bright lines I was inspired by rays of sun, as was a common theme I saw from other classmates. My fast representation has inspiration from cars zooming […]