GRD_3020 Booklet Project

Exploring idiosyncratic needs.

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Above: MCAD student Michael. His cover for our latest effort within our intermediate typography group. This problem sought to allow these students more freedom in terms of content determination and typographic form, in an effort to move beyond the communal restriction in place in the previous two projects.

For full spread documentation of each project, please visit Geotypografika Flickr to see the complete collection as of March 10, 2009.

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Above: MCAD student Daniel.

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Above: MCAD student Emily.

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Above: MCAD student Eric.

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Above: MCAD student Tousue.

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Above: MCAD student Liam.

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Above: MCAD student Ryan.

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Above: MCAD student Josh.

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Above: MCAD student Sarah.

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Above: MCAD student Michael.

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Above: MCAD student Brendan. Please visit Geotypografika Flickr
for more detailed views of these projects.

As always, comments and critiques are welcome.

Shokran!




5 Responses to “GRD_3020 Booklet Project”

Hey Erik! Thanks for posting our stuff, it’s nice to see some feature spreads.

Eric Gorvin added these words on Mar 11 09 at 3:48 PM

My pleasure, Eric. It was a great process and I think it’s fair to say the results were strong, diverse, and show some promise!

Erik Brandt added these words on Mar 11 09 at 4:04 PM

these look great! I am especially excited about the color overlays in Michael’s piece and the texture going in in Josh’s. Actually everyone looks like they have something strong going on.

Sonja Rostad added these words on Mar 11 09 at 10:17 PM

Ryan’s design is really nice. Good designs guys.

Austin Baker added these words on Mar 12 09 at 12:03 PM

Thanks for the comments! Am sure your colleagues will appreciate this.

Erik Brandt added these words on Mar 13 09 at 9:17 AM

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