A Singular Form was an exhibition held at the Vienna Secession. Curated by Pablo LaFuente, the show brought together works of art and everyday objects whose nature and contextual presentation proposed new uses and meanings.
After my last research blog I have been developing a poster design whilst focussing on a strong and concise typographic layout, whilst using my brand colours to create a background.
I have been working towards an updated version of my explainer video for Stepping Stone. After I changed my brand identity, which was black, brown, dull and miserable; now I have breathed life into the branding with the use of colour and lighter tones.
I have been developing my feature experience for my cafe, which I have been struggling to come up with ideas for. I felt I couldn’t create something that was to do with my brand that a customer could interact with. I think the idea just confused my a little bit, but now I have taken an idea forward, the idea to have price tags on the pieces of furniture that are for sale around the cafe.
After I developed my poster designs I noticed that they resembled bookmarks, so I took that further and created bookmark mockups. I started to notice that the mock ups were actually door hanger signs, but I thought they were still successful at communicating a bookmark.