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One great example of an artist portfolio created using square space is Sour Bones
By visiting the site, you can see how clean and professional a squarespace website can be.
I chose this promotion piece because it stuck out to me compared to the others I saw. The front of the business card really captures her use of typography in chalk art. While the back, shows more of her more detailed work, with a bright orange background, which really stands out.
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Anoosha Syed’s personal Blog Website is a great place to view her work. She is currently a freelance artist working off commissions. She has recently gained a huge Social Media following with 68k Twitter followers, and 59k Instagram followers.
She has a unique, cartoony style that she uses throughout all of her work. Check out her blog here
Synergy Creative by Lindsey Baker is a good example of information design. The industrial city in the center of the design branches out into many different aspects of what she is trying to inform viewers of.
The main point of the design is to push people to eat less meat, and have more of a plant based diet. She does this by showing how this can benefit people, and also the planet. She uses data such as percentages, miles, and gallons to prove her point in the info-graphic.
The NASA brand logo has been a huge nationally recognized logo for many years. It’s a simple design yet creates a obvious picture of what NASA is about even if you’ve never heard of them. James Modarelli, the head of Reports Division at Lewis Research Center, designed the NASA logo.
The Toyota logo is a clear example of a logo that uses positive and negative space to form the design. The company was originally called “Toyoda” however, in 1936 the company ran a public design competition for their new logo, which lead to the name change.
The use of positive and negative space is interesting as it looks like the blood orange is evaporating into the sky. The bubbles around the orange is another nice touch making it almost feel like you can smell the orange.