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Adobe Illustrator Work

In continuation with my class, here are few pieces I created using Adobe Illustrator. At first, I hated the program and swore up and down I’d never use it, the “pen tool” was the bane of my existence and InDesign was the only design platform I’d use. I really should stop being so quick to judge… Nevertheless! I love Illustrator and I love the pen tool. (Don’t worry, I still love InDesign.) I’m excited to start playing with my Wacom Bamboo tablet and keep bettering my design skills. Anywho, here are a few pieces I’ve created.

Balloon

I can’t say this piece took too much time or effort, but it was really fun to do. Who wouldn’t love an electronic version of their name in balloons?

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This project was centered around creating a personal logo or logo for an imaginary company. I chose a logo for personal use, clearly. I based the design around my tattoo, breaking the image a part into a rough shape of my initials. In true millennial fashion, I placed the pattern in a colored circle (my favorite color) and used the concept of negative space for a more modern approach. To make sure everyone understood what the image was, I put my name underneath-all under-case letters to fit my aesthetic and in “Quicksand,” aka my favorite font.

Anne Parker Info Poster

Considering this is my third(?) infographic, I’ve realized I love infographics. The point of this project was to become very familiar with typography and I definitely used a lot of that in this one. Who doesn’t love a sans serif type? Helvetica Neue, condensed bold to be exact. We could pick subjects that we’re passionate about, so naturally I chose drinking water and proper hydration, because duh. I love the color scheme I chose and I hand made every graphic on this poster, from the pie chart to the water bottle (Nalgene FTW) to the droplets.