Collection book

This project is challenging for me as it includes a lot of graphic design aspects. I enjoy the fact that book is a collection of my work so I can present the pieces that I am proud of.

This year I have created a lot of props and used photography so the challenge now is to make sure the way I present my work isn’t messy and my type and layout doesn’t distract from it.

For the cover I have used the letters I made last year for my plaque. I made those using fabric, needle and thread. This will show what type of work you can expect in the book 3D, interactive. I still need to decide on the colour of the background.


I have decided to use two images of the process and then one big one of the outcome. I have added text explaining the idea and the title. I am still experimenting with layouts as I am not the greatest at it. I need to remember that this is a book but a presentation so need to follow certain rules.

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At the beginning the struggle was how to I put all my images together and how to present it as I have a lot of colourful images and stills from the animation. I decided to present it as strips of images not just to include more but also create a sequence. I may need to make a gap in-between?


I haven’t done much drawing for all the projects so I only included digital work.

For the pages where I will explain the module I decided to keep it simple so as the book is not overloaded yet each page looks different and engaging.


Disregard whats written in there as it will be redone.

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Basically I have created shapes, movements with a digital brush using colours that match overall scheme of my book.

For the case studies I decided to redo images of the artists and designers that I picked and include one quote or piece of advice from them. That would be placed in between modules so it won’t be too much in one space.

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There is still loads to do but it looks a lot more like a portfolio book.

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