The goal of the Social Cause Poster project was to distill a large message into an intelligible and closely analyzed poster capable of conveying an unforgettable message immediately. Each year, nearly 72,000 adolescents and young adults ages 15-39 are diagnosed with cancer. Fertility preservation is a highly important survivorship issue among this population and numerous factors continue to hamper its routine integration into clinical practice. The Future Self poster series communicates the significance of fertility preservation thru the eyes and words of a survivor.
This identity project was for a fictional company called Boston Boxed Bread. Hilary wanted to create packaging that would stand out in the bread aisle by using playful illustrations of historical figures with ties to Boston, non-traditional colors, and tongue-in-cheek flavors like Paul Ryevere, John F Kranberry, and Cinnabun Franklin.
For this project in Intermediate Portfolio class, students were assigned to design packaging for a line of coffee or tea that is endorsed by a celebrity. Lisa chose to create a line of teas that is endorsed by author J.K. Rowling. The product is called "J.K. Rowling’s Muse Brew," and comes in three varieties.
Lisa's goal was to portray the imaginative, magical quality of Rowling’s storytelling. For each package, she created assemblages of photos of the tea blend ingredients and pieces of found etchings to create a whimsical scene.
12" x 12" box set
Those who don’t know who Louis Armstrong still know his music, especially his gravelly, unique voice. We may all recognize some of his most famous songs like “What A Wonderful World”, “Hello Dolly”, and “La Vie En Rose” but do we really know the man behind it all? It wasn’t until this project that Alexandra felt like she really knew the King of Jazz. Louis’s independence, smile, expressiveness, and dexterity, truly make him one of the pivotal and most influential figures in jazz music.