A recent blog post by graphic designer Becca Shayne about the value of keeping a sketchbook reminded me of the visual diary I put together for my Design & Arts College exhibition in 2012. All of my course sketchbooks (crammed full of research, ideas, inspirational quotes, word maps, doodles and sketches) had to be edited into a single, professionally printed journal of only 72 pages. It was no easy task but it’s something I’ll always treasure.
These are the diary pages of our very first project: to design our own logo and business card. I really enjoyed the process but I didn’t like the logo enough to use it. I’m still very fond of Helvetica though.
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tremendous amount of work, I really enjoyed seeing this, thankyou for sharing 🙂
Helvetica – love it or hate it! When I was at college Helvetica was regarded with deep disdain! But I do occasionally use it nowadays. Your sketches are great, its such a useful way to nut out solutions.