Saturday, November 13, 2010


I also made these logotypes, but if the 'NO' graphic doesn't work out this may end up being all that I use. (To my disappointment)

CD label

This is what I have for the cd label. I'm hoping I can tweak the logo to make it 'make it', because so far it's not a winner in critique. I love it though, I'm going to see what I can do to make it work.

A Tighter Depiction

This is a tighter depiction of what I'm going towards.

This is the front and back of the cd case completely flat and unfolded.

Saturday, November 6, 2010


This is a concept that I made today for the literal packaging of the Direct Mailer for my fake project called WAR MACHINES: the INFANTry. It's wordy, but I'm stuck with it. I'm hoping that this will be the base level of any and all my packaging and graphic design concepts for this project.

I want the inserted booklet to be a pretend joint effort between an artist and an ex-child soldier explaining the process for forced induction. It will be saddle stitch bound (like a taco) and rendered in comic book style.

The inserted brochure will be two sided. One side will be a poster/rally flyer and the other side will have the who's, whats, whens, wheres, hows, and whys of being involved.

I'm going to think of a concept for the 'lollipop gang', but I'm not sure how they're going to top this one.

Final Stages of the Logo

I have finalized what's happening for the logo. Now it's a matter of what reads well. This is a silhouette of the drawing I re-inked earlier in the blog.

The questions: Is it clear that it is a child?
Do I need to dump the bulky clothing and make him shirtless or try and depict a ragged shirt?
Does the silhouette of his anatomy read well, are they hobbit feet or is it what is needed for a child's foot?

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Poster Edit RED

I thought this one was working better.

Poster Edit

A more better, more readible poster