Digital Design students continue to impress with their charming and elegant packaging designs. The Packaging course is taught by Vida Jurcic, Principal & Co-founder of Hangar 18 Creative Group. The students build on their knowledge of branding gained from earlier terms, and are guided through a formalized process of designing a package, starting from the conceptualization stages, through integrating logo design and establishing the hierarchy of information, to building a prototype of the finished package. They gain the skills to create a product package that will stand out on a shelf. Have a look at the results from Class 24.
VFS Digital Design alumnus Luis Barros recent did some work on video promos for the 2012 Junos on CTV.
Luis says that he, “did the design for the Juno Awards in Canada: 3D, compositing, animating, editing and style. — I also designed the logo for the event!
Here are some shots he put together.
Digital Design alumnus Mark Miller and Dark Igloo co-founder Dave Franzese did such a great job recently with the branding for Bonnaroo 2012 that Superfly Events hired them back to brand the Great Googamooga Festival in Brooklyn, New York, taking place in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, May 19 & 20, 2012.
Digital Design alumnus Mark Miller & Business Partner Dave Franzese (Dark Igloo) have made some great illustrations for Bonnaroo 2012.
The theme for this packaging course was a bevy of yummy designs for things consumable (in moderation) and things playful.