Sin Lucros BFA Exhibition Invitation << cool fold, no die cut required! (based on "explosion book" fold)

Sin Lucros BFA Exhibition Invitation << cool fold, no die cut required! (based on "explosion book" fold) Could create a brochure of the best items for sale for people to pick up as they go in or out of the exhibition.

c9455921bf8f8aafcb7afc2f0c1edb39.jpg (600×2858) We used to make books in my Fundamentals of Graphic Design class. One of my favorite assignments.

DIY Journal: We used to make books in my Fundamentals of Graphic Design class. One of my favorite assignments.

Awesome idea for a cover. Maybe use something like this for a special occasion: school anniversary etc?

Really like the clear cover for this zine. Awesome idea for a cover. Maybe use something like this for a special occasion: school anniversary etc?

Adam Burtis #portfolio #design

This type of portfolio appeals to us, as it almost seems like a little present to the person you are sending it to. The inners of the folio would also give us the ability to showcase our personal flare as well as our work.

Simply one of the best portfolio website I've ever come across!

This is a very attractive portfolio that has a well balanced color scheme (in my opinion at least) and is almost whimsical and fun. Overall, this portfolio/website is user-friendly and easy to understand with not to much going (well balanced).

Some people think that tablet readers will eventually replace all the books. Well, I don’t think so. Look at this. How can you replicate the packaging and the feel of the book when you hold it in your hands with a tablet reader? I still believe in the production value of books. Yes, it is more expensive to produce a book than an e-book, but books like this are definitely irreplaceable.

book design - Eat Me From the bitten off portion of the book, to the organization, color flow, and typography within, I just love the creativity and overall feel of this book! Definitely an eye catcher

Fashion Sketchbook research, sketches & experimentation with delicate cut-out surface patterns - fashion design development; the fashion designer's creative process; fashion portfolio // Natasha Elliott

Fashion Sketchbook research, sketches experimentation with delicate cut-out surface patterns - fashion design development; the fashion designer& creative process;


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