The Interior Designer
For this design, I stuck with the elements and design similar to the ones used in making the floorplans of houses and spaces. I used the shapes for the types of furniture and the variations of thickness used for the walls and windows.
For this, I joined all the 4 letters together as if they are made from the same base. Then I “overlayed” or “layered” each of the different letters with a different coating.
- Bubblegum for the “S”
- Chocolate and nuts for the “Y”
- Glazed doughnut and strawberry icing with rainbow sprinkles for the “A”
- Candy coating for the “M”
Art direction wise I tried to stick with the more detailed illustration but the outlines and generally all the same thickness.
I tried to make it look like a real X-ray scan with the bones and things in the body being the more prominent part of the design, while the skin and outer layers of the “body” being more to the faded side, almost not visible.
I added grainy texture and blurred it overall so that is it not too clear and more like a real x-ray scan. I also added more textures and erased off some parts of the bones to make it more realistic.
Also, I have added a little humour into the work, like a fractured bone and a mouse running in the skull.
Seeing that it is a flat design approach, I tried to get as many details into the design as I can. I used the bright colours yellow, orange and red because these are the colours that are commonly used in construction sites. I have also added shadow in the back so as to make the type stand out.