Part 3 Photomontage [Level 1 Unit 1]

Brief : It is required to createa design or poster using photomontage on any theme related to political or social issue.

Photomontage is created by cutting up photographs, to create new meanings of the contrasting images through the juxtaposition and composition of the layout, using conventional darkroom photography techniques or by using photo-editing and manipulating softwares like Adobe Photoshop, Corel PHOTOPAINT, Corel PaintShop, etc.

Theme : I have taken up the theme of social issue of violence against women, as it is universal. Women belonging to any background, any culture, of any socio-economic status, any caste, creed, religion faces discrimination and harassment on domestic level or at workplace or even at social level, be they illiterate or literate. There is need to impose strict laws and the criminals should be dealt with a heavy hand by enforcement of law. Also, there is a need to create more and more widespread awareness among the people in developing and undeveloped countries against the crimes against women and to fight against the injustice meted out.

Concept : I have created rough concept for the poster of size A3 using pen and paper initially, which I’m going to develop in Adobe Photoshop. The background colour should be gradient of dark red to bright red, to symbolically represent the terrifying reality. There should be a message on the top right for the victims to fight against the violence and harassment and on the top left, there should be a strict warning or message to represent that the violence will not be tolerated anymore, to reflect the firm stance of women. There should be an image or use of an clip art or line than a photograph any certain women, for effectiveness and to symbolize the helplessness of the victim during the violence. The images of words written in bold type should be used arranged and directed in an aggressive way towards the symbolic representation of the victim. The arrows represent the direction of the overall photomontage through which the eyesight of the viewers will navigate.

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I have thought and noted some keywords to help create the photomontage effective : red, orange, yellow, dark red, red, gradient, stop, victim, violence, message, recognize, report, warning, prevent, sexual, physical, verbal, abuse, harassment, scandal, acid attack, attack, thrashed, spanking, bullying, blackmailing, extortion, rape, gang-rape, molestation, stripping, lynching, stabbing, forceful, inappropriate touching, groping, forceful kissing, forced marriages, dowry, child bride, child marriage, female foetcide, domestic violence, trafficking, bold, stance.

Reference Images : I have collected some reference images online of the news articles in various newspapers and magazines throughout the world which contain the words enlisted in the keywords. Not all the images of such news or articles are related to the issue of violence against women but these images contain words which can serve the purpose of conveying the intention of the design.

 

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Final poster design (Size A3) :

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Part 3 Exercise Abstract Cities [Level 1 Unit 1]

Brief : It is required to create a series of 10 abstract cover designs of A5 size (210 mm x 148 mm) with landscape orientation (for guidebooks of 10 cities throughout the world). There should be a balance the blocks of subordinate, dominant and accent colours. There is no limitation on use of colours. It is compulsory to include he name of the city in each concerned design. The names of the 10 cities for which the designs are to be created :

  1. Madrid (Spain)
  2. Malmo (Sweden)
  3. Managua (Nicaragua)
  4. Manchester (UK)
  5. Manhattan (USA)
  6. Marrakech (Morocco)
  7. Marseilles (France)
  8. Melbourne (Australia)
  9. Montreal (Canada)
  10. Mumbai (India)

Research : For the reference, I have collected  clip-arts, silhouettes, line arts, photographs, etc. of some famous tourist places of historical / cultural importance, monuments, forts, castles, buildings, skylines, places of worship that make these cities remarkable and famous.

 

I have also studied the colours of the flags of the countries in which these cities are situated, as these colours will help me to determine atleast one of the colours for cover designs each.

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Malmo (Sweden)

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Managua (Nicaragua)

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Manchester (UK)

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Manhattan (USA)

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Marrakech (Morocco)

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Marseilles (France)

France

Melbourne (Australia)

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Montreal (Canada)

Canada

Mumbai (India)

India

Design Solution :

I have brainstormed the minimalistic concept as follows –

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Font : I have used one common slab serif font named ‘Bookman Old Style’ throughout all the designs in the series.

Softwares : I have used Corel PHOTOPAINT, an image editing software for editing the collected clip-arts, silhouettes, line arts, photographs, etc. and CorelDRAW for creating vector silhouettes and line arts as well as for the creation of the layout.

*I have created 2 variants for cities Morocco and Marseilles, because I was able to visualize it 2 ways each, especially with Moroccan Blue colour.

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Managua

Manchester

Manhattan

Marrakech 1

Marrakech 2

Marseilles 1

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Melbourne

Montreal

Mumbai

 

Part 3 Exercise Understanding Colour [Level 1 Unit 1]

Johaness Itten, an artist, designer and educator, who studied how colours work, explored the dynamic relationship between the colours. Through his study, he has provided te designers an important lesson :

When picking a colour palette to work with, use bright colours but balance them against more subtle colours.

It is asked to draw the grids of favourite colours and non-favourite colours and to compare which looks better by placing them side by side.

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By comparing my favourite and non-favourite or less favourite colours, I can say, it is actually relative to every person’s choice. It can differ from person to person.

Some of my favourite colours are bit pale, kind of tint and shades rather than pure, bright, vibrant hues of colours. I also like two stark contrasting colours, that is black and white.

Some of my non-favourite colours are bright, vibrant and pure hues, for example red and yellow. Other colours are shades [colours derived by mixing black/grey in pure hues] and are bit dull in appearance.

If matched and paired as well as combined together my favourite and non-favourite colours properly, they can make graphics, illustrations or paintings appear interesting and visually appealing.

It is also asked to experimenting by placing colours together as Johaness Itten did by trying two colours each to illustrate following ideas :

  1. Angry
  2. Brave
  3. Creative
  4. Dangerous
  5. Energetic
  6. Familiar
  7. Gregarious [fond of company / sociable]
  8. Hopeful
  9. Independent
  10. Jumpy [contemplative, anxious and uneasy]
  11. Kinetic
  12. Luxurious
  13. Masculine
  14. New
  15. Open
  16. Precious
  17. Quiet
  18. Reasonable
  19. Sociable
  20. Tasteful
  21. Unhappy
  22. Vital
  23. Wonderful
  24. Extra Special
  25. Youthful
  26. Zany [amusingly unconventional and idiosyncratic (peculiar)]

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Part 3 Exercise Seeing The Light [Level 1 Unit 1]

 

Using only an image of a light bulb, the word ‘light bulb’ and a block of any colour, at east 20 different designs are to be created that explore visual dynamics, for example like this one given in the course work-book :

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So, I have experimented to explore the visual dynamics by trying various compositions, using each element at different sizes, cropped photo if necessary, keeping the block of colour of any size, layered the elements, to create sense of space, depth and contrasts.

I have used CorelDRAW for this purpose and used colours black and white for text, font Arial bold, blue for the block of colour and downloaded the image of light bulb from the given source. I have placed 30 rectangles, (each rectangle of width 31 mm and height 44 mm) as a grid.

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Part 3 Research Point [Level 1 Unit 1]

Being a self-studied designer, I have  habit of collecting many samples of various designs (printed and digital) for example ads, packaging, labels, graphics, illustrations, flyers, posters, logos, book covers, sketches, paintings, drawings, etc. These collections have helped me to overcome artist’s block at times and also to keep the spark of creativity alive in me.

I have found innumerous styles and types that attract me. These collections have motivated me to improve my style of design.

I have realized that I have collected various types of designs by various designers, known and unknown. I’m interested in the designs that use illustrations, graphics, typography and vibrant as well as minimal colour palettes.

Through observations so far, I have understood that the hierarchy and layout should be balanced to attract the attention of viewers and also to increase the possibility of sell of the product by lucrative designs. The utility and innovative aspects are extremely important in the design. The designs should be memorable and transcend beyond the trends and classics.

The visual language is easy to understand and dominant throughout, represented through the following designs from my visual diary :

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The package design for a spices powder product is made up of limited colour palette. The warm colour scheme used on white background and an apt photograph of the spices has made the design perfect for print. The well-balanced layout makes the visual language easier to understand.


 

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The translucent design with uniform design on all bottles creates an illusion of fruits hanging up on the level of drink. The vertical alignment of the text is suitable. Uniqueness of such designs is the key factor to appeal the potential buyers, making them feel the temptation to try. This can be said as the success of visual dynamics resented in this design.


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The simple shape of the bottle, limited colours,  and the simple layout of the design perfectly pair together, thus making it visually appealing. The simple sans serif font used for text makes it legible, by making the eyesight focus on only important text at the first glance.


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The funky, graffiti style fonts, warm colours along with contrasting colours on the labels is visually attractive. Some text on some labels is not much legible though. The strong appeal of the visual dynamics of all the designs attracts the viewers.


 

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The simple, minimal style of the package for a stylus is extremely user-friendly too. The window provides a sneak peak of the stylus inside. The limited colour palette, simple sans serif font along with logo is visually interesting overall and looks extremely professional. The utility is given importance as well.


The unique, intelligently-designed package design has a great utility value also. The attractive scheme of only limited colours and the die-cut petal shapes and cylindrical shapes become not just windows but also the holders of tangerines / oranges. Use of illustration and minimum text is seen. Overall, the visual dynamics is completely successful in catching the attention of viewers, buyers too.


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The package design for a food-catering service is manifesting the warm colour scheme that stimulates appetite. The different style of box-design makes it visually appealing. The placement of logo at the centre balances the visual dynamics throughout the design layout.


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The vibrant red background and the cute illustration of a Japanese girl wearing a Kimono and holding an umbrella is wonderfully reaching out to the viewers. It reflects the culture of Japan. The use of floral pattern represents the beauty. The use of light green colour adds a contrast.


 

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The cute illustration created with sot lines, pale colours along with contrasts on the background of gray colour, is visualy appealing.


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The gloomy ambience and mood is represented through the style of illustration and the pale colours. There is no focus on details in illustration, purposefully.


 

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The background pale colour with pattern of polka dots, the colours overall, silhouette and floral illustrations reflects the retro style. Use of less text using the sans serif font, placement of logo is visually appealing.


 

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The greeting card for the festival in India is designed using retro-styled illustration and repeated colours is inimalistic yet very attractive. The simple serif font is used for text.


 

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The use of floral illustration and single colour on pale background makes this handlettered artwork reflect positive energy through the visuals.


 

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The use of soft and flowing line strokes reflects the cuteness and tenderness of the baby through this illustration. It perfectly touhes the heart of the viewers. The use of facial expressions and gestures in this character design is wonderfully appealing.


 

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The vibrantly colordul, cute, illustration is extremely pleasant and optimistic. It depicts the freedom during the childhood through perfect objects. The layout  of the design conveys a radiant energy to the viewers.


 

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The negative space is wonderfully utilized in this illustration. The cuteness and the love tenderly reflects throughout the illustration.


 

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The poster for a group exhibition of artworks by women artists is energetic with contrasting, complimentary colours throughout. The layout is different than usual.


 

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The package design is unique as compared to the other packages for similar products in the markets. This design manifests black colour as a background, opposite to the trends. It experiments successfully with pairing of limited colour palette and food photography.


 

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The minimalistic style with simple sans serif fonts, food photography and limited colour palette is attractive throughout the layout.


 

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The food photography of spices arranged strategically together is vibrant and stimulates the appetite.


 

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The vintage style or retro style reflects throughout this design of a poster. The colour choice and pairing of serif and sans serif fonts is wonderfully balanced along with the illustration.


 

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The innovativeness and intelligence reflects throughout this poster. The visuals are interesting to catch the attention as the viewers explore the overall design and find many different objects that comprise the illustration representing the art of design.


 

The poster design is catchy, vibrant and full of illustration. The red colour denotes the colour of the planet Mars. The contrast of colours is visually appealing.


 

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The typographic artwork using three colours [red, blue, yellow] on black background of this ad of a chocolate is wonderful piece of graphic design.


 

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The book cover design with partial photograph of a clock and its hands represents the time span or history or past. The Serif font for title of the book and sans serif font for author’s name is perfectly paired, making it easy to read. The limited colour palette makes it visually appealing.


 

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The abstract patterns on the pots provide a perfect and rare contrast to the brown background. The strategic positioning of the pots makes it visually attractive enough.


 

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The wonderful, retro-styled unique poster for an orange-flavoured cold-drink, comprises of a stark contrast of mainly orange-coloured objects on a pale blue background. The main objects are centred, three dimensional in appearance and the warm colours paired with deep blue and green creates energetic appearance overall.


 

 

Part 3 Exercise Signs and Symbols [Level 1, Unit 1]

Brief : Read existing signs, symbols and images. Drawing on their current visual language, create new symbols. Research how existing visual language represent the concepts as well as different similes and metaphors that are in common use. Document them through drawings, collect examples and mind maps.

Create an alternative symbol to represent at least one of these concepts :

  1. Danger
  2. Movement
  3. Love
  4. Here

References : For a better understanding of this exercise, I have went through these links

Research : I have some graphics, illustrations, icons, symbols, images, etc. in my visal collections so for. Also, I have found some from Google and other resources found outdoors during travel.

(1) Danger :

(2) Movement :


(3) Love :

(4) Here :

Mind mapping : 

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I have researched and found that there is scope to develop new icons for ‘Movement’ and ‘Here’. I have brainstormed and drew four different concept sketches for each. I have tried to develop the icon concepts in CorelDRAW as just line drawing in black and white, coloured and three dimensional each finalized icon.

(1) Movement : In the sketches, the dot represents static quality, that is lack of movement. The object that is static, has potential to move. So, the dot represents static quality of the object while arrow represents direction of movement which is represented by the line.

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(2) Here : to represent the location, place, spot, distance relative between two different spots, the icon of ‘here’ proves helpful to pinpoint. The sharp, precise unique icon is needed to assert the perfect and exact spot.

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Part 3 Research Point [Level 1, Unit 1]

As I’m a self studied artist & designer so far for most of the part of learning, I have been observing keenly, studying & learning from the graphics created by many artists & designers who have been working through various mediums of creating graphics.

For this research of regarding the utilization of visual language in graphics, I’m presenting some of the graphics of selected artists whose work influences me, as follows :

(1) Official CorelDRAW Master Artist Joseph (Joe) Diaz –

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http://diazsignart.com

Artist & Designer Joe Diaz from Pontiac [Illinois, USA] has been a grand prize winner as well as 1st prize winner in ‘CorelDRAW International Design Contest. Carrying forward the legacy of parents & working along with his brother, his work reflects his profound experience through his artwork which ranges from logos, identity design, murals, vehicle wraps, sign boards, package design, typography, portraits (fantasy & sci-fi characters) etc. His work is varied in styles like vintage, retro, modern and utilizes negative space. His typographic skills are amazing. He creates artwork using software CorelDRAW.

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(2) Junissa Bianda Hardianto –

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http://junillustrations.com/

Junissa, studied in San Fransisco [USA] and being originally from Indonesia, is an illustrator working for children’s books.  Having a passion for art since childhood, she earned her bachelor’s degree in graphic design & children’s illustration as graduate degree. Her works are attractive, vivid, colourful and cute, that they also find fans in the adults. The key of success of her illustrations is the simplicity of the appearance of the illustrations. She wishes to turn the tech-savvy kids turn to avid reading with her illustrations in the books & also to make the kids aware of Indonesian folktales. Among the huge number of illustrators for children’s books, her work is noteworthy and outstanding.

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(3) Ian Barnard –

http://www.ianbarnard.co//

Ian Barnard is a hand-lettering artist, a calligrapher and a typography artist. He creates artworks of calligraphy, typography, fonts & other resources required by designers across the world. He believes that creating with hands keeps the creativity alive in the artist. He creates artworks every week. He sells his artwork by print and online. He crates add-ons for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator as well as Procreate.

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(4) Andreas Preis –

andreaspreis.com

Andreas Preis, born in Bavarian Forest area (South Germany) in 1984, is a graduate from Georg-Simon-Ohm University, He has studied communication design. He loves colour and drawing since childhood. Andreas is a designer, illustrator, artist currently working in Berlin (Germany). He is skilled in illustration, murals, tape art, live painting, as well as different fields of communication design (typography, logo design, icon design, art direction). In just few years, his clientele has expanded vastly and includes variety of brands like Adidas, Adobe, Atomic, Coke, Coors, DC Comics, ESPN, Ford, MINI, Microsoft, NAF NAF, Telekom, Nike, O2, Samsung, Vans, Wacom Warsteiner, etc. He widely uses iPad and Adobe apps fr creating illustratins. His rendering of illustrations reflects a unique style.

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