Pixar Quote Posters 4/?: Toy Story
An electronic invite design I designed today for my placement. This had to be a very professional and sleek design as it is aimed at corporate bespoke events. I used Illustrator from this as well as some skills learnt when I went to a creative agency for a day to create our corporate brochure.
It’s that semester again. “Fall.” Come spend it as an intern for Tumblr.
Email your resume, Tumblr URL, and a short cover letter to email@example.com, and include the team you’re applying to in the subject line.
Plus: Fall in New York City. Best season, no contest.
Dream Internship right there.
Placement Portfolio #1 - This is my first piece of finished work I have from my placement so far. This is for their cafe/bar and I decided that with the themes of vehicles and F1 around where I work, I wanted these pieces to be inspired with vintage american garages. I always liked these vintage cafe themes from america and really feel they suit where I am currently working.
A few weeks ago, my family decided it was too nice to sit in and just stare at screens all evening so we made a quick decision to get out of the house and visit somewhere we hadn’t for many years. This led us to Lancing, somewhere I have some very old distant memories of but still looked as lovely as I remember. This also allowed us to take our pup (not so much a pup anymore really though) Monty for his first ever time at the beach and I decided to whip out the camera and get some shots of his first encounter with some waves (It was safe to say he was a bit hesitant of the sea!)
Here’s the scanned version of my 1st Typography poster.
The result of today - Never done a proper typography piece like this before (therefore please ignore all the bad proportions etc.) but really enjoyed it! Tomorrow = scanning and inking in the sun and then maybe digitalising it! Oh and taking a decent photo not at 11:30pm with a poorly lit room and an iPod camera…
Nothing better than the hottest day in the UK and trying out some typography designs in the sun!
This idea was from Karen Kavett, a graphic designer who’s work I am absolutely in love with right now! I printed off her template of Helvetica lower case a (Who doesn’t love Helvetica?!) and decided to give this a shot! I didn’t have all the tools she used so my attempt is a bit more ‘rough’ and less clean than Karens! But with just some card and some glue, I’m pretty happy with this for a first attempt! Next on my list is to attempt her 10 graphic design tasks for summer and her hot air balloon!