This project was quite hard for me at first, because I couldn’t think outside of the box, and could only think of the ‘obvious’ collections.
We spent the whole day learning how to book bind to help us with our up-and-coming project, Collect, Analyse and (Re)assemble. I didn’t think that there’d be so many different ways, so it was interesting to learn a bunch of new techniques for future reference.
To help us with ideas for books for our Collections project, we went to a room in the library and had a look at all sorts of different types of book collections. I was really interested in them, because of how odd and diverse the ideas were, which really opened my mind to what type of book I wanted for my collection.
This is not exactly a designer, but this week I decided to do it on the ‘beautiful Production Design nominee slides used before the presentation of the award by Chris Pratt and Felicity Jones,’ a post which I saw on tumblr, and which I thought definitely tied in with the collections project.
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COLLECTIONS GROUP PROJECT: 3D POSTER
For this one-week project, in groups, we needed to create a 3D poster, for a film, made out of collected materials and at the end of the week we would then present our poster to the class.
The only thing we were given was our base, for us to stick and build off our poster. Although the poster had to be for a film, it could not be based on a film poster, but instead had to be completely original.