VALLE DE LA LUNA CHOCOLATE CANDY BAR
This candy bar design was inspired by Chile's Valle de la Luna (Valley of the Moon). The landscape is a blend of rocky textures, shadows, and isolation. Valle de la Luna's flavors include Manjar (a caramelized milk prominent in Chile) and Menta, a minty flavor to mimick the cool connotation of the Andes Mountains.
PHOSPENES BOOK JACKET
This book jacket design is inspired by the dream log I have kept in an attempt to lucid dream. I became fascinated by the idea of controling my dreams, and wanted to explore the shapes and colors that are seen when one rubs their eyes.
DOS BOOK JACKET
For this book jacket, I explored the idea of growing up biculturally. The image represents the sudden personality shift one experiences when moving from one cultural perspective to another, which is quite common.
AGUACATE, AMANECER, CANELA LABEL DESIGN FOR YARN AT YARNDALE FESTIVAL
Continuing our objective of branding our festival, I designed these three labels for yarn. The continued theme here is the handlettered type that is seen in the previous banner design. The three colors are in spanish, as the yarn come from Peru, and are a tint of the actual yarn color.
NIFTY KNITS EVENT POSTER FOR YARNDALE FESTIVAL
Pretending we were in charge of the design work for this real-life festival, we were charged with all of the aspects of creating branding for it. Yarndale takes place in North Yorkshire, England, and is fairly young. I focused my logo design on a side profile of an alpaca to speak to the yarn-loving community. This banner advertises a "workshop" that would happen at the festival.
12 DAYS / 12 PROJECTS
Four design students (including myself) were led by an instructor to execute this summer project. Our instructor emailed us specs everyday, limiting us to 2-4 hours of work time on each project for the length of 12 days. On the last day we all met up to show what we'd created. Click on the links above to see the specs!