These projects, for Illustrative Type, are various expressive/illustrative typographic pieces for the most part created using Copic pens/markers and graphite and then combined in a final portfolio book. Each piece (read below) had certain guidelines to follow, and taught me a lot about how you can approach typography in illustrative, conceptual, fun, experimental, creative ways and also using a grid. Instr: Jack Keely, AiCALA
// Cover Page //
For my portfolio book of this class; must include name of class and my name.
// Framing, cropping, and overlapping //
Had to place 2 letters in a 6-square grid using Copic pens and a pencil.

// Expressive Type //
I chose a word ("SMILE") and had to illustrate the word through a play on its imagery.
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// Expressive Type //
I chose a word ("BUG") and had to illustrate it through a play on its imagery, also did a play on the phrase, "don't BUG me."

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// ...with frame //

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// Expressive Type //
I chose a word ("FRAME") and had to illustrate the word through a play on its imagery.

// Expressive Type //
Given the word "NATURE," I had to illustrate the word in the environment it represented as if it was becoming part of "nature". The above three images had to show a succession.

/Experimental Grids //
Experimental sketches of different layouts in a 3-column grid.
First Initial: Using my initial, "C," I formed the letter with imagery that's important to me.

// Book Spine Cover //
Had to create a spine for my portfolio book incorporating the name of the class, "Typography 1". I used printed letters combined with hand-drawn gradients to keep with the style of the work in my portfolio book.


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