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A selection of my work from CM 323: Design & New Media at Boston University.
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CM323: Design & New Media
This is a selection of my work from CM 323: Design & New Media at Boston University's College of Communication, taught by professor Joyce Walsh (formerly Macario), author of Graphic Design Essentials: Skills, Software and Creative Solutions.
Lana Del Rey's Born to Die: Reimagined
The following work is my redesign of singer Lana Del Rey's debut album cover with accompanying web advertisements. I tactfully cropped a photograph of Del Rey to focus in on her iconic pout, nail designs and flashy jewelry (her key identifiers), so that she is easily recognized, but deliberately left out any shots of her full face, as on the original album cover. This design solution, emphasizing simplicity,  is a fresh take solo artist portraiture that so commonly adorns album covers.
(Photography and other copyrighted material appearing in this project were used for educational purposes only.)
Necco Wafer Web Advertisements: A fresh take on a classic candy
A pair of web advertisements aimed at the college demographic to expose the product to an unlikely audience. I combined product shots and the Necco logo with a music theme, which is a topic engaging to young people.
(Photography and other copyrighted material appearing in this project were used for educational purposes only.)
'Vote 2012" Logo and Micromark
My vision for a logo and micromark for the 2012 Presidential Election, combining type and abstract design elements to evoke a new meaning.
"The Slang Project": Photobomb
Here I used carefully selected font, sizing and placement to turn a word into a design that evokes so much more.
"Blue Jeans" Typographical Art and Layout
Two full-page spreads of the lyrics to Lana Del Rey's song "Blue Jeans." The first is a two-color spread utilizing various type and fonts as the sole design elements. The second is a clean, classic layout of the lyrics in one color.