Kudos: Paul B is currently the only featured artist.
Gallery: 1112 3D Design
It’s rare that a Mac Lab rookie steps up and delivers this early in the school year. Our Vocal Music Department needed a poster for their Fall Concert and Olivia M was the only student—rookie or veteran—to come through with a design we could show our client. She bought, carved, and photographed the pumpkin to create the background image she envisioned. After adding the text and taking the design the first 90% of the way to completion, it was presented to Mrs. Basilio, the Vocal Music Director, who was thrilled with the result. Olivia will be taking the poster through the final 10% during the first part of this week and the poster will go to print… on time.
It always amazes me how difficult it is to communicate the idea that students are to create simple, professionally-designed logotypes. Though they are free to create a logo to accompany the typography, all I’m asking them to do is to choose an appropriate, name, typeface, and color scheme for their fictitious business. Oh, the long and winding road to simplicity some students travel. This example is actually one of the shorter trips to success.
I’ve added this gallery to light a fire under myself to update our collection of Mac Lab Posters (featuring student work). Also, to be honest, I kept losing the link to the poster page so it was becoming harder and harder to find as the blog continued to grow.
Now it’ll never be misplaced again.