Saturday, October 20, 2012

Friday, October 22, 2010

Panel Discussion 3

Being at the refinement stage, the feedback today mainly revolved around the details of the project and the importance of presentation.

I have listed below the feedback for each of the products.

Identity Crisis Book:

-       There should be breaks in the monotony
-       The cover page portrays a confused hierarchy, which needs to be fixed
-       The placing of the parallel men need to be thought about instead of being placed on intuition.
-       The rope on the last page should be extended
-       There could be similar iterations on the same page
-       When the final logo is displayed, it should look as if it is the chosen one. Perhaps some sort of specifications could come alone with the page.
-       On the cover page, I should give myself credit

Brand Manual

-       The cover needs to be refined in terms of margins, placement of the pig and the abstractness of the sky
-       Some of the headings need to be kerned properly

-       Impossibility poster has too many words, there could be fewer.
-       Placement o type and layout
-       Minor adjustments to make the message clearer
-       The size of the Newspaper poster should be reconsidered.


-       The cover should be in sync with what is inside which is not the case right now

-       Think of how the whole package will work together
-       How the two books will look together in terms of size.
-       How everything will be presented.

-       There are a lot of ideas that are just doodles, and hence need to be digitised properly for the documentation.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Some fun badges and stamps using the pig.


I like the overall look of this poster, especially since it doesn't directly link to the identity and is independent of the pig.

Friday, October 15, 2010

A whole lot of things part 5

Poster/tshirt artwork: My Brain is your publisher

A whole lot of things part 4

impossible landscapes: poster

A whole lot of things part 3

Official collaterals for the studio