Cogni is about understanding the terpenes that are being used in each strain. It’s to see and know more about what your body is getting. With buying other weed products, the information they’re giving is only thc and cbd percentage, and where it was grown. It’s rare to purchase a cannabis product that shows terpene information. The geometric pattern represents different terpenes interacting with one another in order to compliment each other. In this new approach of showing each strain its benefits from what terpenes are being used gives the customer a better understanding on what they want in their bodies.
Sell Or Be Sold
For my design thesis project, I made a zine to show information and design that tells the stories of 2 main music scenes in the 20th century and on how both these movements influenced social change around that specific time period. The 2 main scenes are hardcore punk from the early 80’s and the riot grrrl movement in the early 90’s. Most people would consider these two scenes to contrast with each other but in reality, were influencing each other with their music and their use of networking. It’s agreeable to say that these music scenes weren’t on top of the mainstream pedestal at the time, but they were influential when it comes to music listeners wanting to make music on their own.
Richmond Ready is an organization that promotes emergency prepardness in the Richmond neighborhood in SE Portland. The goal for this brand was to promote a strong community in the neighborhood.
The logo is the visual vessel that carries the organization’s message across all branding platforms, and also acts as the anchor piece by which all other branding content is developed from. Richmond Ready brings optimism and promotes togetherness through the focus of expressive design.
This project was done with JenniferWoodcock, AdrianGaller, AlexShahverdiloo, and Morgan Bailey.
Naked Bike Ride
This cover showcases how the World Naked Bike Ride has become an important part of Portland’s culture. This importance is highlighted through the cover’s use of large geometric shapes and vivid colors.
Additionally, the cover is shown in a twopoint perspective in order to give the effect you yourself are watching the event. Lastly, it has a cardboard texture to it which makes the piece feel more personal.
The Fear Of Red
This book is set up to showcase the use of propoganda during the Second Red Scare. The cover’s use of red represents the intensity of this moment in American history. Red is used throughout the book with pictures and body in order to show the intensity that represents the actions these political leaders had on people when they were accussing people of being communists.
This brand is for your casual drinker that wants to embrace their rubbish side of their personality. Inspired by the gritty streets of London, this gin is direct, unapologetic, and doesn’t hold back on how much of a rebel gin can be.