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Lake Oswego Football Locker Room

The Lake Oswego football locker room installation was a collaboration project distributed between six of my fellow designers, myself included. Each of us were given a portion of the locker room to design. The coach provided us with several photos to choose from as well as the school motto, colors and mascot to create unity throughout. We cohesively decided to use duotoning on the photos, and a concrete grunge texture and slanted stripes to create movement and a seamless flow between collages. The first wall displayed, is my portion of the project. Designing a wall with a door in it can be tricky when dealing with image placement. The right side of the door frame I felt another image would have been unrecognizable. Therefore, I decided to use the schools motto, “BE UNCOMMON.” The installment turned out great, and the door text portion received favorability from the football coach, as well as the rest of the locker room.
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Mother Earth Body Butter

Concept: This was a logo I designed for a friend of mine who created his own organic, medicinal weed salve. I wanted something simple that resembled nature and the main product, marijuana. I chose a free form circle to represent the circle of life, and tied the two together with a marijuana leaf. The text I chose is an organic simple text to tie the whole logo together.
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FHSU Posters

Concept: Some of these posters were designed helping Juniors and Seniors guiding them on the right path towards graduation. Arrows were the inspiration theme to push the “direction” concept. Used two color process of black and the schools color of PS130. The other posters were simple informative pieces for students giving them a heads up on scholarship possibilities.
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Paper Clock

The Concept: A cycle of complete round or series of occurrences that repeats or is repeated. This clock is made entirely out of paper without the help of glue or tape. The clock has the ability to roll around horizontally when pushed and can be positioned to lean horizontal or diagonally. The paper pieces are packaged together while the clock mechanics are packaged separately.
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Optic

Concept: Here is a memory game designed with the idea of two types of perspectives, small vs. large. The game consists of 24 cards that range from an animal, inanimate object, or humans point of view. All cards are drawn and then colored with pastels. The cards are printed on a textured paper to give them a different appearance and feel. The small size is compact and nice for traveling. The packaging resembles an ordinary box on the outside, while the inside is full of imagination.
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Wine

The Concept: Gam•bit [gámbit] a remark used to open a conversation. Gambit Winery helps introduce a neophyte to the elegance of choosing and finding a fine wine. I am new to wine and I felt that wines today lacked the necessary information such as: how to store/ serve as well as food pairings. Choosing a fine wine is like finding that right person. Once you’ve found it/them its a lasting relationship. The colors on the bottle represent each bottles unique flavor. The numbers on the top relate to what kind of wine and category it fits in. For example; during speed dating, you are allowed only your first name and are given a number.
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Sijpel

The Concept: Steeping; how long to leave a tea bag in your cup. The product name is a Dutch word meaning to steep. The Dutch and Portuguese traders were the first to import tea to the Britain coast making it a regular shipment by 1610. The reason for the tub packaging is to hold and keep the flower shape tea bags in a bud position. Once you pull the tea bags out of the tub and place them in your cup, the tea bags bloom like a flower.
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Honei

The Concept: To package something using your own type. First I designed the type Honei. When looking at the type I designed, I thought it took on a more elegant beauty product appeal. Therefore, I decided to package Hand salve. I wanted an all natural product, and in this case honey came to mind. The project didn’t stop there, I later extended it with tea bags for ones stressed and puffy eyes and aromatic room stress relief crystals. I played up the type by using image as type by replacing the “i” in honei with a flower image.
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Midsummer Brewing

Concept: A gardener plants two fruits and two vegetables and once grown he doesn’t know what to do with them. Therefore, he decides to make beer with them. The name means a time of harvest. The women on each bottle represent mother earth in many ethnicities. The flavor packets attached to the sides of the labels give the consumer the option of adding spice to their beer to enhance it’s flavor.
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