Expressive TYPE Illustrations

  • Cover Page: For my portfolio book of this class; must include name of class and my name.
  • Framing, cropping, and overlapping: Placing 2 letters in a 6-square grid using Copic pens and a pencil.

  • Expressive Type: I chose a word ("SMILE") and illustrated the word through a play on its imagery.
    Awarded: Best of Quarter Spring2010

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  • Expressive Type: I chose a word ("BUG") and illustrated it through a play on its imagery....and then a play on the phrase, "don't BUG me."

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  • ...with frame.

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  • Expressive Type: I chose a word ("FRAME") and illustrated the word through a play on its imagery.

  • Expressive Type: Given the word "NATURE," I illustrated the word in the environment it represented as if it was becoming part of "nature". The above three images show a succession.

  • Experimental Grids:
    Experimental sketches of different layouts in a 3-column grid.
  • First Initial: Using my initial, "C," I formed the letter with imagery that's important to me.

  • Book Spine Cover: Incorporating the name of the class, "Typography I," with printed letters combined with hand-drawn gradients to keeping with the style of the work in the portfolio book.
     



     
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