In my Typographic Design class, I have to create 4 different "flash cards" with one back. These flash cards need to be part of a selected theme and have a family resemblance. I choose the Typographic Hierarchy theme (because nobody else was doing it!) and have to tell the viewers different methods of controlling the eye of the viewer.
I'm not sure how I feel about the entire design... I'm really out of my league in the classes right now - mostly because everyone else has had experience with this type of art while I haven't.
Either way, I'm hoping that my professor will like them. I think I might change a few things on the 4 pieces still - I don't really like the "controlling the eye of the viewer" wrapping around. I did until a little while ago, but it's just too much as of right now.
This is my final design, we had a critique this morning (well, Friday morning) and that went very well! I was really scared, but I didn't get many bad comments--in fact, I got a lot of positive feedback!
And Professor Shaw said he liked my cover--the "logo" design. Which is always a plus!!!
Turns out that Professor Shaw isn't as fond of my design as I thought... I got a B+ on this piece.
Solution to Problem:: B+
Creativity:: B (Story of my life)