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design portfolio

In which I showcase some of my design projects from the past few years.

itp logo (october 2016)

My first freelance graphic design project was to design a logo for an international tax practice, ITP. I went through many iterations before coming up with this one. Ultimately, this is the logo the practice picked.

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the watterhörn (april 2016)

This is one of my favorite projects made for my Prototyping class. The assignment was to create a water bottle in the shape of my own choosing, and create a digital prototype. I decided to make a water bottle in the shape of a drinking horn, with a removable bottom for easy cleaning and filling. With that in mind, I adopted a Viking theme for my water bottle, and the subsequent water-drinking app I would design for the project. 

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cocozy hot chocolate (march 2016)

This was a type-based logo project, where I designed a brand of hot chocolate called Cocozy. To make the type, I used thick red yarn that I bent into the shapes of the letters and scanned them in. When I think of hot chocolate, I think of cold snowy days, and sitting by a fire in a ski lodge. (The fact that I've never been skiing is beside the point.) So, as a package design, I decided to make a "log cabin" theme, with a cup of hot chocolate "waiting" for the consumer inside the flap.

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fantasy map (october 2015)

This map was not an assignment. It began as a sketch in my architecture class when I was studying abroad. I then scanned it, and made a more jagged shoreline around the edges of the continents. After that, I found cartography photoshop brushes, and gave the landscape some body. The map is for one of my novel projects, a YA fantasy.

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rewriting history (february 2015)

This project was a lot of fun. The assignment was to take a photograph of yourself and edit it as seamlessly as possible into a historical photograph. I had my roommate take a picture of me sitting in a chair holding a book, and Photoshopped myself into an old-timey cafe. I did my best to recreate the light smudge over my face, and the dust speckles. It was a fun experiment in precision.

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