- Full Colour (Double Sided)
- 94mm Square With 10mm Radius Corners
- 5,000 Beer Mats
- 4 Working Days (Standard)
I have just modelled this 3D image of 2 wine glasses using Blender. I am going to change the angle and intensity of my light source to make the image more effective. For a first attempt at the software I am pleased with the results. I followed this tutorial.
This is my first draft of my beer mats. My ideas for these beer mats is to augment different items from the aftermath of drink driving onto them. These items will include: a teddy bear, a shoe, a bunch of flowers and a blood stain, all tinted red to stand out from the rest of the image. The rest of the augmentation will include a second image that you navigate to which will show information/statistics relevant to each item (for example: teddy bear - children injured/killed per year).
My four designs for my business card. I need to chose one final idea and develop it into a completed design, and add the correct information to it as at the moment I have only added example text. My favourite design so far is the last set of images.
This is the progress so far of my kinetic type project. In my opinion I need to settle on an action for the words and stick to it as I feel it is already seeming disjointed. However I am pleased with the typography, the style of actions, and the overall feel of the piece so far.
My idea for the augmented reality beer mats is to create an drink driving campaign. The above image shows my proposed logo and potential idea. The augmented part of the campaign would show the aftermath of drink driving over an image of a empty scene that would be printed on the beer mat. This image is just a quick sketch as an example, but this is the kind of thing I aim to produce. I feel this would be a useful campaign tool, as my own research shows that applications in this area are lacking.
The first five of a series of illustrations I am in the process of creating.
I have looked into 3 artists relevant to my self directed project. These artists from left to right are: Geraldine Georges, Johan Tornqvist and Nikki Farquharson. They all use photography mixed with illustration, but all have very distinguishable styles.
At the moment, these are the images I am considering using for the finals of my anti ad project. The images tackle the issues of exploitation and depict the forced silence of Nike’s workers. I have used the well known phrase ‘See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil’ to anchor the images. I feel this makes the imagery more powerful and strengthens the meaning behind the ads. I have also manipulated the Nike logo to fit with the ad.
This is my best design so far for my business card.
For my kinetic type project I am going to be using the audio from this clip. My ideas so far are to extend lines between the words as if they are being spun like a web, use a thin and delicate font to reflect the nature of the situation, and to gradually zoom out at the end to reveal the text has formed a spiders web. I am still yet to work out the rest of the process, but I think this will be decided as I work with it.
Some of my art/design influences. Why these artists and their work influence me and the connections between them is explained in this small essay.
Changing the text in an image.
A selection of the best photographs I have taken over the summer.