Student Gallery 1
Design instruction. Industry news. Life prep. Student artwork. Bad jokes. Cool music. Good times.
PICTOGRAMS
  • Levels 1 - 6
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Students chose four pictograms, some at random, some of their own and had to create a universal symbol to represent it.
PICTOGRAM PROCESS
  • Levels 1 - 6
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Students chose a particular process to demonstrate a process or 9 traits of something visually through use of pictograms
ANIMATED PICTOGRAMS
  • Levels 1 - 6
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Students chose one of the four pictograms thney just designed and create an animated .gif of it.
DVD PACKAGING
  • Levels 7 - 8
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, In-Design
  • Students chose to create the packaging for a reissue of their favorite movie on DVD. Students were required to edit the
    artwork in Photoshop, insert text in Illustrator and lay out the final using InDesign
Selections from DISTURBING DICK & JANE & KIDS BOOK COVERS (*Coloring Book pages coming soon*)
  • Levels 1 - 8
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Students utilized humor in design by first choosing several iconic Dick & Jane early reader book photos and recaptioning them to
    give them a darker, humorous edge. Same with the kids book covers, take an iconic or popular kids book and re-do the cover to
    make it humorous and a bit edgier. Coloring book page was to take an image students found funny and through the use of filter
    effects, turn it into a line art coloring book page. (Inspired by this early 1970's Star Trek coloring book)
COMIC BOOK CHARACTER & COVER
  • Levels 1 - 8
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, In-Design
  • Students chose to create an original comic book character based off an inspiration they identified in their life. Others chose
    to create a completely orginal character. Students could illustrate it themselves, use a character generator online, use
    Illustrator or work with someone in class who can illustrate for them. Students were then responsible for identifying layout
    styles to use, creating a  logo for their character and laying out their cover using Adobe InDesign.
POSTER DESIGN
  • Levels 1 - 5
  • Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, In-Design
  • Students were given the choice of designing a sequel to a movie that would not exist (Like, Titanic 4), a fictional horror
    movie poster, placing themselves into a famous movie poster, a PSA  or a rock art concert poster.