This post is a little late, but this was the final project for my visual communications class last semester.
You can read all about it on my website HERE.
Three hour skateboard project for my packaging class done with Posca markers.
It still needs a little work around the lips/teeth and some of the paint is cracking because of the board’s weird finish, but there’s a nice little sad face hidden in the top holes. Once you see it you will never not see it.
My condom packaging made it into my packaging teacher’s article for the Dieline (located HERE.) :>
Finished condom packaging!
My Design for Social Change teacher told me to make propaganda so I put her face on a poster and called it good. (She’s going to love it.)
Illustration for condom packaging.
The illustration used on the actual box had to be changed to accommodate some extra text, but I like this version so much more. The project will be finished next week, so get ready for some intense eighth grade penis humor.
Hello/Goodbye wine bottles designed for Beringer Vineyards as part of my packaging class.
Fun side note: Since it’s not actually legal for me to be carrying around alcohol and empty bottles look stupid, I refilled the white wine bottle with diluted lime juice.
I did this illustration over a year ago for my final project in Culture of the Blues but never really got around to finishing it until recently. It’s a representation of several themes in Gayl Jones’s Corregidora, a novel about a 1920s female blues singer that will make you hate men, though I chose to focus on the generational transition from African to American rather than the anger-based feminism.