Typography and Publications Zine Street

This is a TASK overview and does not replace any existing coursework documents.

Course Overview

Term 2 - 2017

In Term 2 2016 our focus in part is on working with type as a design element. This means that we look at text / type in terms of shape, scale, colour, transparency etc and use it to create engaging design work as opposed to conveying a narrative. Here, formal 'elements' come into play alongside the organizing 'principles'.

Anne

The first part of this project brings together Photoshop skills from the previous term and allows you the student to solve the brief with complete creative freedom.

Anne
Anne
Suskia
Alex
Alex
Alex
Alex / Letter faces
Kyle
Kyle
Alex
Tom
hardcopy and digital zines

The second part of this project involves you the student in the production of a range of Zines. Whilst you will explore traditional concepts related to grids, their histories and the ways they are applied to assist with layout, the making of small zine based publications encourages you to explore alternative layouts that break out of the constraints determined by grid types.

The project explores traditional approaches to publishing (hard copy) that originate in the pre- digital age as well as production / print processes involving Adobe Photoshop and InDesign.

Hard copy zine using found text and images
Hard Copy zine
Digital zines incorporating drawn elements
Incorporating original artwork
Hard copy zine
all images courtesy of current and graduate students
Created By
Gary Poulton
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Credits:

Gary Poulton

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