Galinda's New Project

I'm a Communication Design student and this is my little blog-y-thing-y. Don't exactly know what i'm going to post here, but I assume it will be an expression of my design inspiration, and other cool stuff.

eleanor-padey:

The Artisan Baker (2012)

Packaging, Branding, Website and Advertising

—Australian Slang

padyluppet:

in case anyone is interested, in order:

afternoon
mcdonalds
utility vehicle
brisbane
full
barbeque
avocado
biscuits
bottle shop
bundaberg rum
cabernet sauvignon
chocolate
breakfast
compensation
methylated spirits
sandwich
sausage
spaghetti bolognaise
cigarette
football
garbage collector
boxed wine
kindergarten
kiss
politician
poker machine
registration
service station (gas station)
sick day
cigarette break
bottle of beer
can of beer
sweatpants/tracksuit pants
Volkswagen
vegetarian
u-turn

(Source: laracroftsbooty, via nowaitwhat)

eleanor-padey:

La Fraise Organics (2012)

Packaging & Brand Design

(Awarded Commendation in 2012 Southern Cross Packaging Awards)

A collaboration of the Graphic Design as Illustration Students

A collaboration of the Graphic Design as Illustration Students

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia - Heven’s gate

La Sagrada Familia - Heven’s gate

eleanor-padey:

The Project:

Create an object demonstrating Semiotic Theory

The Brief:

Create an interactive object, designed to inform the user about semiotic theory and how it works. The outcome of this brief is open, with the only requirement being that the final object displays 6 to 8 semiotic concepts.

The final object must also be presented with instructions, an explanation of how it shows semiotic theory, as well as an example. 

The Outcome:

I created ‘The Symbol Cube’. It asks the user to arrange sets of 9 symbols into a meaningful sequence. It could be a story or a sentence. There is no right or wrong answer, and each set will be interpreted differently by different users. It has no end. 

The cube is based around the idea that each sign’s interpretation is determined by the user, the order and the surrounding symbols. Interpretation is often dependant on cultural codes, as is the way it is read. The cube explores the ideas of denotation, connotation, naturalization, denaturalization, the iconic, the symbolic and the indexical, culture and the composition of a sign.

The final product was created using a rubik’s cube, symbols from thenounproject.com, and presented in a package.

eleanor-padey:

The Project:
Design a glass package for a health or juice drink. 
The Outcome:
A package applied to a set of four products themed around the seasons and seasonal fruit. Each packaged holds 270ml. 

eleanor-padey:

The Project:

Design a glass package for a health or juice drink. 

The Outcome:

A package applied to a set of four products themed around the seasons and seasonal fruit. Each packaged holds 270ml. 

eleanor-padey:

The Project:

Create a program guide, event card and poster advertising the Australian Ballet Company’s 50th season and it’s key production (Swan Lake). The guide is to have 6 events, and consist of 3 double page spreads along with the cover. 

Some great works from Melbourne based Illustrator, Emma Leonard.

Works by Dan-ah Kim, a New York based Korean artist. 

(Source: dkim-art.com)