For colours, Michael said that I should make the colours brighter instead of it being so dull. Thus I tried to change from the original nude skin colours and went ahead to explore the triadic colour scheme. The triadic colour scheme causes the colours to pop and made it more vibrant which fits my theme even more.
Here are some Read more →
After the feedback gathered in class, I made some changes to my pencil design such as making the swoosh downwards instead of up and integrating an element of “community” in the design.
After more feedback from Michael, I decided to add more visual weight in my design and change the text font as well as orientation.
I played Read more →
In class, we did some sketches. These are some of the sketches done in a class activity:
Visual Metaphor Matrix:
After I brainstormed about what I wanted to portray for my 3 concepts again, I came to a conclusion to focus on:Spread Love and Care Fun and Happy Sense of protection/homely/safety
So this is the first concept, Spreading love and care:
The initial research brought me to look at 3 predominant ideas: the adventurer, the spirit animal and the lighthouse.
Although I managed to mould it into a more ambiguous form, it did not feel complete. The feedback I received also included the fact that some of the final versions of the sketches were too complicated.
I realised the potential Read more →
After conceptualising the possible themes I wished to explore, I went more in depth into the possible logo designs.
Initially, I was really interested to do my first concept which was ” A sense of familiarity” so I did a table based on a class exercise we did to explore the possible visuals I could come up with. It was really Read more →
This worksheet helps to break down our design process and critically consider different types of possibility. After completing it, I narrowed down to 3 imageries that best reflects the identity of Art-on-the-Move Programme:
1. Positivity – pocket + craft material
2. Fun – bed
3. Transformation – friends/companian
While all of these sketches are supposed to reflect the identity of the programme, these 3 Read more →
Observations/ About the programme:Arts on the move, an initiative to provide some positive distraction to patients A form of therapy to soothe patients’ minds and help them on their path to recovery Creative works to keep the mind active Volunteers engage patients at their bedside so they do not have to get out of their rest area Transform the hospital environment from a traditionally Read more →
We began our visit to Ng Teng Fong hospital for our assignment brief prior to embarking on our project. Taking a look around the hospital, I noticed the hospital liked expressive, vibrant illustrations with a touch of nostalgia.
To convey the nature of art-on-the-move programme as well as the spirits evoke by the volunteers in this programme.Concept of Project (Title- theme)
Community arts programme just by your bedside! – craft & convenience Bedside crafts that connects people – convenience, craft, companionshipKeywords – rationale
Craft – subject of programme Convenience – nature of programme Transformation – expected outcome of programme; transforms the lives Read more →