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Cuatro y último.

Cuatro y Ășltimo.

Tres.

Tres.

Poster numero dos.

Poster numero dos.

Mycor - Senior Project
Work in progress: Business Cards
Printed on the same paper as the posters, planning on sandwiching front and back onto a piece of vibrant matte board.
Not finished quite yet!

Mycor - Senior Project

Work in progress: Business Cards

Printed on the same paper as the posters, planning on sandwiching front and back onto a piece of vibrant matte board.

Not finished quite yet!

Mycor - Senior Project
Work in progress: “Mission” Poster.
This is the poster I’ve developed for my graphic design senior project. I’m going to be screen printing it on French Paper’s 80 lb. speckletone oatmeal paper to give it an earthy tone. Duotone ink, green and dark grey.

Mycor - Senior Project

Work in progress: “Mission” Poster.

This is the poster I’ve developed for my graphic design senior project. I’m going to be screen printing it on French Paper’s 80 lb. speckletone oatmeal paper to give it an earthy tone. Duotone ink, green and dark grey.

Having some fun with colors, halftones and illustration.

Having some fun with colors, halftones and illustration.

Hey all! Jason here, with something new and exciting!

Being a huge fan of geometry and clean, simple shapes, I decided to not only create a design, but a way of designing things. Rulers, grids, and snapping in Illustrator all give way to a certain way of doing things in a precise, measured fashion. What I did is I created a palate of cubes to choose from, all different colors (only grays shown in the example), that could be simply dragged from the shelf, and snapped into place to create a visually interesting clump of colored cubes. By using my favorite keyboard shortcut of all, holding in alt to duplicate, I can drag out as many of these cubes as I want. Awesome!