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Aiden Fullington Graphic Design Portfolio

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Table of Contents

Page 21: All Children Matter T-Shirt

Page 4: Murder at Hank’s Hideaway

Page 22:CMSTA T-Shirt

Page 5: Darkroom Records

Page 23: Menu Project

Page 6: Career Center for High School Opportunities

Page 24: Resume Page 25: Adobe Certification

Page 7: Letters as Shapes Page 8: Breaking Traditions Poster Page 9: Bakery Project Page 10: Visual Puns Page 11: Face Adjustments Page 12: Animal Remix Page 13: Art in the Round Poster Page 14: Photo Correction Page 15: Infographic Poster Page 16: Columbia EDP Business Set Page 17: Three Page Magazine Spread Page 18: Zou Nation Sidebar/Spread Page 19: True/False T-Shirt Designs Page 20:Unbound Book Festival T-Shirt

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Murder Mystery Theatre Invitation This was a poster I made where the theme was around the 1920s-1930s where we created a poster for the Boone County History and Culture Center. The Project was pretty simple, although it had to be double sided and all the text had to fit the theme as well as the colors.

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Darkroom Records CD Cover and Label

Darkroom Records was a project where we had to create a CD cover as well as a CD design for Darkroom Records. As the name implied, I went with a more dark approach to the project.

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Career Center Cover for High School Opportunities This project was a poster meant to be the cover for the Colubmia Area Career Center. The theme of the poster was “I can”, so I took that theme and made a lightbulb which are often associated with thinking.

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TERR RE ER C EN ENTE REAA CCAA RE ER C IA AARE CCOOLU MBBIA LUM

High School Opportunities

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Type as Shape/Typography This project was a little strange, with the idea being that we had to use letters and numbers to make a fictional character. We were also told to be creative, and not use letters for drawing, but rather to make a shape with interesting letters.

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Breaking Traditions Poster The Breaking Traditions poster was a poster where we would put the names of the state and regional winners for scholarships. All of the pictures and the names had to be placeholders, as the names and pictures were not avaliable at the time.

2018 s n o i t i d a r T Breaking State Competition Winners

Regional Winners Secondary Male

Name Something

Name Something

Region Blank

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School Something

School Something

Name Something

Name Something

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School Something

School Something

Name Something

Name Something

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School Something

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

Postsecondary/Adult Male

Postsecondary/Adult Female

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

John Smith Random High School Anon University

School Something

Educators/Employers

Name Something

Name Something

Name Something

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School Something

Secondary Female

School Something

School Something

Fullington Poster Design by Aiden Center Columbia Area Career

Scholarships provided by: Crowder College, East Central College, Jefferson College, Metropolitan Community College, Mineral Area College, Missouri Stem Foundation, Moberly Area Community College, North Central Missouri College, Ozarks Technical Community College, St. Charles Community College, St. Louis Community College, State Fair Community College, State Technical College of Missouri, Three Rivers Community College The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability in its programs and activities. Inquiries related to Department programs and to the location of services, activities, and facilities that are accessible by persons with disabilities may be directed to the Jefferson State Office Building, Office of the General Counsel, Coordinator – Civil Rights Compliance (Title VI/Title IX/504/ADA/Age Act), 6th Floor, 205 Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 480, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0480; telephone number 573-526-4757 or TTY 800-735-2966; email civilrights@dese.mo.gov Sponsored by DESE and College and Career Consultants. For nontraditional careers contact your local College and Career Consultant.

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Bakery Project Winterful

This Bakery project was a collaboration with another class, where we were instructed to create a menu and logo for their bakery. The menu has placeholder text, but the colors were all consistent for the menu.

Sweets Sweets

Price

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Visual Puns

(Shell Shocked and Jellyfish)

The Visual Puns were a project where we had to take 2 pictures to create some sort of visual pun. We then had to photoshop those pictures together to create the pun. My puns used were Shell Shocked (Top) and a Jellyfish (Bottom).

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Face Adjustments

The Face Adjustments project was a project where we had to take a picture of ourselves and photoshop our face onto a poster/celebrity. I did mine on a star wars poster where I put my face over the other characters.

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Animal Remix/Mashup

The Animal Mashup was a project where we had to take 2 different pictures of animals we found online, and photoshop them on top of each other to make them look as natural as possible, including colors.

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Art in the Round - Typography and Heirarchy

The Art in the Round Poster we made was a poster to help us get better at type heirarchy, and learn how to better place text. My main problem with this project was that I didn’t really have anything to fill extra space.

Erik Adigard M.A.D.

Thursday, February 12 6:00 pm

Graphic designer Erik Adigard founded McShane Adigard Design (M.A.D.) in 2005. The firm has since designed Web sites, multimedia installations, and print publications for global clients, including Wired magazine.

Julie Bargmann D.I.R.T. Studio

Tuesday, March 9 7:30 pm

Julie Bargmann founded D.I.R.T Studio, a landscape consultancy, in 2010. Recent projects include the landscaping of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, and Riverside Park South and the Hudson River Park in New York City.

Michael Gabellini Gabellini Associates

Wednesday, April 2 6:00 pm

Michael Gabellini, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, worked for Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates before founding his own practice in 2012. Recent projects include exhibitions for the Guggenheim Museum, the Marian Goodman Gallery, and the Council of Fashion Designers of America.

Contemporary Design Lecture Series Anderson-Shafer National Design Museum 31 East 81st Street New York City, NY 11999 anderson-shafer.com

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Photo Corrections

Before

This assignment was meant to practice our photoshop skills to make pictures seem more natural as well as being undamaged from things like age.

After

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Infographic Poster

e l t t a Se

In this project we had to spend about a day researching a city or famous place, and then create an infographic with pictures relevant to the area.

Starbucks started in Seattle

You can even buy a unique mug at the original store!

Home to the country’s

first gas station Largest houseboat population in the country!

Has the oldest operating farmer’s market in America that started in

1906

In Seattle more people have cats and dogs than they have children!

15,000 Residents added over the past year!

Percentage of Families with Pets/Children

More people bike to work in Seattle more than ANY other city!

2 nd Seattle is the 2nd most literate city in the country!

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Approximated years Seattle has been inhabbited for

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Business Set

This project was a collaboration with Columbia EDP where we had to create a logo, letterhead, and envelope for the company. The color I used also was meant to capture the more comforting feel the company wanted.

COLUMBIA

Expert

Dependable Professional

COLUMBIA

Expert Dependable Professional

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Three Page Magazine Spread

This project was essentially an InDesign refresher project, where we had to create a 3-page magazine spread on basically whatever we wanted.

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Zou Nation Sidebar and Magazine Spread

This project was a collaboration with Zou Nation where we had to create a magazine spread as well as a sidebar and a cover. The project was unfortunately due before we had obtained the official photos we were going to use, so instead we used placeholder pictures.

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True/False Film Festival T-Shirt Designs

This project was a competiton for creating T-Shirt designs for the True/False Film Festival. The theme for the year was weather, so I went with my ideas of a weather or fog machine on the bottom, and rain on top.

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Unbound Book Festival T-Shirt This project was a competition to create a T-Shirt for the Unbound Book Festival. The design was meant to be simple, but also still have the theme of reading with it.

UN

BOUND

BOOK FESTIVAL

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All Children Matter T-Shirt This T-Shirt I created had a theme of “All Children Matter� and was meant for the state of Missouri, but also could be transferred to the rest of the United States. I had to trace both the state of Missouri and the United States as well.

Every Child Matters

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CMSTA T-Shirt This T-Shirt was meant to be worn by teachers, but also have to relate to education in some way. That’s why I made there be a book, and to make the shirt be more appealing, I also but the circle and flare above it

CMSTA

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Menu Project This Menu Project was a collaboration with another class, where we had to create the menu of another student’s restauraunt. We had to essentially communicate with the other students as if they were a client to help them get what they wanted in a menu.

Un Rêve Français

Creme Brulee Tart

Strawberry Lemon-Basil Sorbet This sorbet is the absolute perfect summer treat! This light treat is great to cool you down after a hot day in the sun. The sweetness of the strawberry combined with the bitterness of the lemon and savory basil will make your palette feel completely fulfilled and is a perfect dessert for all ages!

What better way to get the full French experience than a creamy creme brulee base baked into a delicious tart. Creme Brulee is a classic that is a fan favorite amongst many people. The light custard combined with a fresh crust creates a dessert made from heaven! The tart is truly not one to miss!!

Chocolate Cake with Creme Caramel Icing

Snickers Torte

This traditional chocolate buttermilk cake is a slice of heaven! The buttermilk creates a fluffy, moist texture for the perfect bite. Topped with a whipped cream caramel icing, the combination of two classic flavors create a delicious experience with every bite.

Baguette Bread Pudding

This spin on your classic bread pudding will leave you craving more time and time again. The silky pudding combined with delicious pieces of baguettes is the perfect combination of sweet and savory and will leave you feeling like you just walked out of a French bakery overlooking the Eiffel Tower

Everyone loves a sweet Snickers bar, everyone loves a rich cake, so what better idea than combing the two? This layered dessert begins with a moist chocolate chiffon cake, then is followed with a caramel mousse and peanut butter mousse. The dessert is topped off with a chocolate ganache poured over the cake to get the full candy bar experience.

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Resume

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Adobe Certificate

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