As part of a document production class within MRU’s information design program, students were asked to create a zine exploring a topic of their choosing. Type–Geist is a printed zine exploring the intersection between visual communication and popular culture. Combining interviews and individual pieces, Type–Geist takes an in-depth look at instances of celebratory typography and design […]Read more "Type-Geist: exploring the relationship between design and popular culture in 2016"
Audience: University Students, Club organizers, SU members Client: The Student’s Union Clubs This project was created in cooperation with the Student’s Union Clubs at the University of Calgary. As a client of mine during an internship as a graphics and marketing assistant with the SU, Clubs required a ‘Registered Club’ logo and accompanied marketing material for […]Read more "SU Clubs: Branding & Marketing Material"
Client: Mount Royal University: Document Production Concept: Gaging the slang of England overlooks the stereotypes and unveils the multifaceted and multicultural characteristics of the nation. As part of a document production class within MRU’s information design program, students were asked to create a coffee table book of their choosing. The Small Book of English Slang documents slang […]Read more "The (unserious) Book of British Slang"