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Design Marathon (Day 24) – kombucha packaging

A packaging design I made for my homemade kombucha.



development Process

I’ve got some really neat Chinese fonts recently and decided to play around with them. First I looked into Japanese Sake packaging for inspiration.

Than the SCOBY was born.

Tried a circle label but it looked too much as alcohol packaging and I’m packing a super healthy drink here after all.

China Academy of Art – Graduation photo

The whole Design Department of CAA.

Me, Rodrigo, Arturo and other dudes:

Design Marathon (Day 23) – the Dude

It’s Day 23 on the Design Marathon calendar. I’m experimenting with a new style. Forcing myself to use only Illustrator. Here is my new poster I put together during the last week – “the Dude”, inspired by “the Big Lebowski” movie.
Because.. “this aggression will not stand, man!”

100% vector
2 colors
1 Dude

 

Details:

 

Sweet vector goodness:
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Design Marathon (Day 22) – Star Trek poster

It’s been a busy week around here, with all the graduation activities and paper procedures. (Graduation photo post is coming pretty soon, need to process the film first). Here is a small poster I made on my free time in the past couple of days.

I’m happy to announce my self-initiated “Star Trek Into Darkness” poster. Loved the movie, what a great vibe! When I saw the last scene, I thought: “That is totally gonna end up as a poster.” So here it is!
This time I challenged myself to use as less elements as possible and keep everything very simple. I limited the color palette to 3 colors as well.

Played around and made a vintage, more minimalistic variant of the same poster:

Super rough first idea sketches, as you can see I ended up forming a Starfleet emblem out of Enterprise engine trails:

More detailed shots:

Basic Illustrator shapes:

Design Marathon (Day 20) – Hovercrafts

Spent an afternoon sketching hovercrafts, afterwards put a scanned image in Photoshop and made a quick greyscale render. Practicing form rendering.