Typographic Portrait Problem: Research
Matthew OngMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 01:52:50 am
For this project, I wanted it to have a more 3D feel to it as I am more product designing inclined. I wanted my artwork to have pop-ups and could be interactive.
The first idea I had was to do paper origami. From past experiences I have folded many different types of shapes and design and I think it could be Read more →
Final thoughts : with-LIN me
I really like the rain. This words means continuous rain in chinese. To add a bit of flair to the art work I drew my chinese surname in a rain like manner. I really liked the aftermath of this effect. The clash between the calmness of the rain drops and the harshness of the other character really stuck Read more →
Process in my design journal:
Initially I wanted to do my chinese surname is various fonts by using what I like to form the chinese character. But after a while I found that can be a little shallow so I researched on chinese words with my surname’s character in it. And I found words that have that idea and at the Read more →
Typographic Portrait: Inside my journal
Ummi KaltsumMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:55:24 am
What you’ll see below are the snapshots of how and what the interior of my hard copy journal looks like, consisting of mindmap, research, safe keeping of original book pages, and more research.
KaywerlynMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:54:22 am
So after much contemplation and adjustments, these are the final 4 pieces that I’ve chosen and done.
For this project I focused more on the techniques and the way the typography was done and how this shows the different qualities of myself.
MY NAME IS
AND I ADAPT EASILY
I adapt easily. Using just a single sheet of Read more →
Typographic Portrait: Selected few
Ummi KaltsumMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:49:32 am
So I have chosen a few designs and printed them out for the final 4 pieces!
Typographic Portrait: Process III
KaywerlynMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:47:28 am
After finalizing my ideas on my sketchbook, it is time to do a hard copy of them!
The string art turned out really nice! (During consultation Ina pointed out that this was good too.) However this looked a little too plain for me so I might add more colours for the background during my final piece.
After sketching out different objects, I Read more →
Typographic Portrait: More WIP Works
Ummi KaltsumMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:40:40 am
This post basically contains the process of the book page making for the project.
Below are the snapshots of the compiled book pages unedited and edited, versions after versions.
(I would have put the original compiled images here but the file was too big)
With all these versions that I had, I came Read more →
Typographic Portrait: Process II
KaywerlynMonday, Feb 15, 2016 - 12:15:40 am
So after researching and brainstorming for ideas, I wrote (or rather, vomited) all my thoughts onto my sketchbook. Some pages were quite blank because I thought that it’d be easier if I were to start making them straight away so that I could do some troubleshooting if anything were to happen.
Here are the pages of my sketchbook:
(I figured that the Read more →
Typography Portrait: Process
Denise WongSunday, Feb 14, 2016 - 07:59:39 pm
I am Peranakan
Upon interpreting this brief, I saw it as a chance to explore my roots and it seemed only natural to touch on my heritage. In my household, the Peranakan culture is very much celebrated and practiced throughout each year. I still remember the first time I ate my mum’s ayam buah keluak when I was a kid, and Read more →