Continuation from my 365 Day Poster Challenge, I discovered many designers experimenting with showcasing art in various layouts and trying to portray a story or theme in those layouts. Using that as the basis I began doing my own variation of layouts and storytelling.
365 Day Poster Challenge
Design a poster every day for 1-year challenge. The goal of this challenge was to further improve my skills in design and typography. Every day I would ask myself: "What do I want to make today?" From there I would begin to make the poster, there were good days and there were bad days, at the end of the day I have learned something from making these posters and I would apply what I learned on the next poster. Challenge ended in August 2021.
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Nurture Album Packaging
My challenge was to combine ambient music and the art deco movement, which have nothing in common. However, when I listened to Porter Robinson's latest album "nurture" there was the idea of continuity and growth through his journey of creating the album.
Brand Identity, 2021
Eimi is a conceptual immersive dining experience in an underwater Japanese seafood restaurant. The restaurant is set on bringing customers closer to the aquatic wildlife and appreciating the beauty of the ocean. However, there is a twist: Eimi only serves non-seafood alternatives. Japanese cuisine mainly involves seafood, this decision to serve non-seafood alternatives shows the restaurant is staying true to its goal of preserving wildlife. The design system for Eimi revolves around minimalism and the Japanese philosophy Wabi-Sabi.