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Life is Like a Boat | Jordan Hu
Part of the series, “Soundtrack of Life”
This poster design is a typographical representation inspired by the song, “Life is Like a Boat,” by Rie Fu. My concept behind this poster was placing a boat in an unconventional atmosphere to further express the mood of the song. The intent behind photographing an object placed in an unconventional setting was to explore an alternative in approaching and interpreting something. The imagery is a single photograph of paper boats stuck to a window splashed with water. I chose to showcase the typography vertically in order to follow the lighting and pathway of the drips.—Instructor: Anther Kiley
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Tiina Heiska - The series The Pond. Oil, 160x140 cm
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Cerovski by Bunch
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Novelty by Anagrama / anagrama.com
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Name the Tree by TingAn Ho
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Name the Tree by TingAn Ho
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Name the Tree by TingAn Ho
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Name the Tree by TingAn Ho
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Name the Tree by TingAn Ho
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Ornament Composition by SungJin Kim
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Ornament Composition by SungJin Kim
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Ornament Composition by SungJin Kim
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Ornament Composition by SungJin Kim
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10 things by Ivorin Vrkaš
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10 things by Ivorin Vrkaš
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10 things by Ivorin Vrkaš
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10 things by Ivorin Vrkaš
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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX

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Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited - Sidney Lim YX
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Fancy Pants Smarty Pants by Evan MacDonald
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Fancy Pants Smarty Pants by Evan MacDonald
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Grown Apart | Jordan Hu
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This poster is the final stage of an unfinished summer project. The intent of this summer project was to view design and fine arts through a different perspective or aspect and bring it back to a poster format. Design has and always will be evident in the world we live in. But the big question is, “what exactly defines design?” What form does “design” take shape of? Is design translated through the form of a poster, a postcard, or maybe even graffiti on the side of the street? For this particular project, I was able to discover design in the form of movement.Over the summer, I choreographed a routine to the song, “Grown Apart” by Lisa Shaw. This is the first time I have ever choreographed anything, so the entire process was somewhat tedious and challenging. Having gone through the process of choreographing, it has made me more aware of texture, dynamic, hierarchy, placement, and scale through body movement. These are all things that I feel are relevant and necessary within graphic design. I wanted to bring this newfound knowledge back into my work by designing a 24” x 36” poster based off the routine. In a way, this project is a personal exploration of discovering design through an unexpected source or form.The photograph of the dancer is inspired by a sharp gesture of the arms that leads to a withdrawal of the chest, implying pain. Based off the lyrics, “Time we will feel the pain.”
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Apartment A by Say What Studio
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Harrods Valentines Dayby Drew Melton
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Harrods Valentines Dayby Drew Melton
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Harrods Valentines Dayby Drew Melton
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The New Wine by Anti / anti.as
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The New Wine by Anti / anti.as
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The New Wine by Anti / anti.as
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The New Wine by Anti / anti.as
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The New Wine by Anti / anti.as