The design aesthetic for this student project owes much to the textiles of William Morris. My campaign evolved from the idea that the Old Mill could have been a converted textile mill. You can see the individual logo designs in my previous post.
The diary pages are from a journal I designed for my Design & Arts College exhibition in 2012. Two years of research, ideas, word maps and sketches had to be reduced to a mere 72 pages. It was no easy task but I now have a beautiful, professionally bound diary that I’ll always treasure.
2 thoughts on “Dear diary, part six”
I see the influence – yes – Anna and very nice too ! Morris loved combining birds and trailing repetitive flower patterns . Such imagination and creativity . Mmm Black Cherry 🙂
There really is such a thing as cherry beer — KJD (a Christchurch brewery) makes a chocolate cherry porter. Mmmmm : ) [http://kjdbrewing.co.nz/beverages/chocolate-cherry-porter]