In truth, I’ve always disliked the connotation of the word ‘Manifesto’. It always seems so political and pretentious. That being said, I do like the word… perhaps I’m also political and pretentious… So, here follows the manifesto of an aspiring graphics monkey, and cultural abnormality known as Sam Warriner. “[…]I’m here to ask you […]Read more "Freedom, through thought. A Manifesto."
(buy, buy, buy! Sale, sale, sale!) Advertising is a difficult process. More thought goes into adverts than most people would think. However, good adverts come in many forms and for many different reasons – with 4 distinct categories: Surrealism, Abstraction, Sexuality and Comedy. Surrealism in advertising can be found in adverts like the old […]Read more "Advertising and Promotion"
(Hello ma’am, this is the corporation, may we come in?) For this module, I will be examining existing corporate identities and, using them as a basis – will develop my own design for a fictional broadband provider, known as Pulse. The initial – and logical – step in designing this company identity will be to […]Read more "Corporate Identification"
In no particular order, the cards list for Digital Design – Create Britain Elite Populous Manic Miner Wipeout Tomb Raider Runescape Grand Theft Auto Moshi Monsters Goldeneye 007Read more "Card List"
(The ministry of VisCom, stood like a giant obsidian tower on the horizon…) In this unit, I shall be looking at visual communication, as well as how to best represent several words from a preselected list. This will run alongside a pre-existing piece found here The words I selected for my pieces are: Energy, Isolation, […]Read more "VisCom – Digital Design"
(Just keep rollin’ rollin’ rollin’) This is a blog post that will be periodically updated with additional information, as well as any thoughts/examples I may have on Visual Communication (Vis-Com) – This will include dates of editing, as well as references where applicable. As a foreword, many people have drawn similar comparisons to the following, […]Read more "Viscom – Contextual"