Final project #2 of 3 is now finished! For this project we were assigned a important graphic designer or typographer. We had to make a brochure for an event pretending that our typographer was coming to speak at SCAD. The brochure/booklet had to be 8 pages long, and incorporate a fold-out poster.
One of my classmates showed us a folding pattern for a booklet that unfolds into its own poster! I thought this was ingenius, especially because my tyographer, Herbert Bayer, was a member of the Bauhaus, which emphasizes a direct relationship between form and function. Bayer was a master of almost every aspect of art, design, sculpture and architecture. Almost all of his work relates directly to the ideals of the Bauhaus. So I decided that each page of my booklet should correlate into one whole. I wanted the booklet to unfold into the poster. Read the rest of this entry »