Tuesday, 8 June 2010
Presentation pdf: http://tonyxonopolis.com/southwark/presentation.pdf [8,40mb / full screen]
Sunday, 6 June 2010
I was thinking back to when we asked the students how they felt when they first started college and how they had to teach themselves the area and teach themselves how to get around without any signage, so i thought with the letter v, we could make it be roughly 4 to 5 foot tall, and on the top of the letter V we could have a mini map of the college buildings and how to get around, with the print being engraved into the V shape. The top of the v , will be completely flat and shaped like a triangle.
The shape as a whole will be like an upside down pyramid, the sides instead of using triangles will be v shapes (because the letter v is very similarly shaped like a triangle). So basically there will be 3 V's to make up this pyramid and a triangle on top to create the flat surface for the map.
Letter 'r' i tried to create a letter r that looked like a countr. For example the way italy has been described as looking like a boot, i tried to rotate the africa (themap) and add an extra bit to the top left corner in order to look more like a small caps r, but i wasnt really sure if it was strong enough for people to realize it was an 'R' so i added the letter in inside the map, to try and add extra understanding to the students/audience.
Saturday, 5 June 2010
Thursday, 3 June 2010
The first image portrays the various toys that this particular letter model contains in the structure of the typeface, these models were designed by Ariel and myself. The toys displays are a plane, spindle, sword, car, water gun, yoyo, train and 8 ball. The images below show the model designed in the Helvetica type font with the following toys contained inside of the structure of the model.
Wednesday, 2 June 2010
I saw this advert on the samsung plasma tv, and at the end of the advertisement where people are looking down at a waterfall, I thought we could have that same effect but in the shape of the letter 'M', that students could sit around probably, tell me what you think. Depending if we have the time of course.
I can't get the video on for some reason, so check out the link below: