This is a pattern piece I made in November for an assignment based around an adjective. I was assigned the word "edgy" so I channeled my latent emo fourteen year old self and made something that would be right at home in a hot topic. I worked on a lot of different ideas when I was sketching out visuals, one of which was an anatomically correct heart. However, when implementing this into my piece I came to the conclusion that I needed to simplify since it detracted from the skull. however I made the most of it and even added a cartoon heart to the middle of it for an extra stylistic pop.
- Skills: illustration, blending seam lines, layout, color theory
- Programs: Photoshop, Procreate
The goal of this poster is to raise interest for the culture around chili-fest. It focuses on how chili-fest creates a sense of community and friendly competition. Through this poster it will bring in a larger audience and show others the main draws of the event.
- Skills: illustration, type warping, branding
- Programs: Procreate, InDesign, Illustrator
Royaltea is a company best known for their variety and high quality teas. In this packaging, it shows off the newest flavor based on the famous Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. With beautiful illustrations based on John Tenniel, original artwork for the famous story and quirky flavor text, this tea special is just the thing to draw a new crowd!
- Skills: Branding, illustration, typography, flavor text
- Programs: procreate, InDesign, photoshop
This was a short project near the end of my motion design course. I was given complete creative freedom for software, subject, and style so I decided to make a frame by frame cartoony crow animation.
- Skills: animation, stretch and squash, character design
- Programs: procreate
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- Kristin Shafel - Creative Director
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