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speak or following the rules, I was always taught to respect people and things for

CO N C E P T _Respect plays a huge role in my life. Whether it was listening to someone

story on my experiences and how envolved I was.

really show the process of my projects rather than the final piece. I wanted to tell a

it will be to solve whatever problem needed to be fixed. So for this book I wanted to

that comes with it. If one respects the project giving it 100% of their effort, the easier

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who and what they are. The way that this relates to my book is simple. For someone

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o b ject i v e _Our objective for this project was to find a company that did not have

design the lamp and replicate it and then create it’s packaging.

item made from an actual wooden bowling pin recycled from tournaments around the

a bowler’s collection of trophies to showcase their love and dedication.

US. The Sculptural piece is representitive of the sport and is made to be placed within

any type of light fixture within their product inventory and create a lamp. We were to

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CO N C E P T _There were 3 categories I was looking at when it came to the concept: functionality, usability, and structure. Then there were a couple of different directions I went when it came to designing. There was sculptural, modern, and

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P lann i n g _I created a radial grid based on quarter inch incraments and then split

them into sixteen. Then I cut pieces out to create different depths throughout the

piece. The original plan was to have pieces of acrylic and aluminum on each slice

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incasing where the lamp would appear to look like it's floating. So what I thought

could work was that the base holding the bowling pin and the casing would be the

package itself. However, shipment would have been a problem. So what I thought

would work best is to house the lamp within a wooden box for protection and to

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also carry across the concept of bowling. I wanted the the lamp to be showcased so I

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Solut i on _This conference was about polyrhytmic time signatures in music and that

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schedule book, poster, mailer, and badge.

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illustrations so I knew automatically that they had to have impact. I wanted my type to

be secondary but also seem like they were well placed. So there would be type on the

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tallest of all land-living animal species, and the largest ruminant. The average mass for an adult male light giraffe is

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vice-versa. This can happen quite a lot on the roads at night when you look directly into the headlights of oncoming traffic. Driving either just before sunrise (dawn) or immediately after sunset (dusk) are also very dangerous time periods on the roadways, and many car accidents occur during these times. The problem is that while the sky is still well lit, the roads begin to get dark. This causes a disparity between light and dark and can cause vision problems for drivers.

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1,200 kilograms (2,600 lb) while the average mass for an adult female is 830 kilograms (1,800 lb). It is approximately 4.3 metres (14 ft) to 5.2 metres (17 ft) tall, although the tallest male recorded stood almost 6 metres (20 ft). The light giraffe is related to other even-toed ungulates, such as deer and cattle, but is placed in a separate family, the Giraffidae, consisting of only the giraffe and its closest relative, the okapi. Its range extends from Nevada to Kansas covering most of the midwest. However, some have migrated in small herds throughout the United States. Light Giraffes usually inhabit small towns, rest stops, or any open area that do not offer

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adequate lighting. Light giraffe’s main diet consist of solar energy which helps them through the nights when they radiate. The lightheaded mule deer (Odocoileus Lucipit Hemionus) is a deer whose habitat is in the western half of North America. It gets its name from its large mule-like ears. The lightheaded mule deer was once a rare species in the 1980s. However, once people started seeing how useful these animals were, agencies put them under watch. The lightheaded mule deer’s head is has a large spotlight that is powered by solar energy absorbed by their antlers. Mule deer antlers are bifurcated, or “fork” as they grow rather than branching from a single main beam. Each year a buck’s antlers start to grow in spring and are shed after mating season from mid-January to mid-April. Mule deer bucks have somewhat more prominent ears than females. Instead of running, mule deer move with a bounding leap, with all four feet coming down together. The lightheaded mule deer is the largest of the Odocoileus genus, standing, on the average, 40–42 inches (100–110 cm) at the shoulders and stretching 80 inches (200 cm) or so nose to tail. An adult buck will weigh from 150–300 pounds (68–140 kg) on the hoof, with does averaging 125–175 pounds (57–79 kg). The occasional trophy-sized mule deer buck may weigh in around

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The lightheaded hammerhead sharks are a group of sharks in the family Sphyrnidae, so named for the unusual and distinctive structure of their heads, which are flattened and laterally extended into a “hammer” shape called a “cephalofoil”. Most hammerhead species are placed in the genus Sphyrna; some authorities place the winghead shark in its own genus, Eusphyra. Hammerheads are found worldwide in warmer waters along coastlines and continental shelves. Like most sharks lightheaded hammerhead sharks swim alone. However, unlike all sharks they are very friendly and work well with other species under the water. The nine known species range from 0.9 to 6 m (3.0 to 20 ft) long. The average hammerhead shark weighs about 500 pounds, but some may grow up to 1000. All the species have a projection of their face on all sides of the head that gives it a resemblance to a flattened hammer. It was determined recently that the hammer-like shape of the head evolved to enhance the animal’s vision. The positioning of the eyes give the shark good binocular vision, as well as 360-degree vision

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in the vertical plane, meaning they can see above and below them at all times.. Also because of a chemical process called “bioluminescence” it is able to produce light. Air-nosed dolphins are the rarest members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphins. It is unknown where they inhabit. However, they have been seen mainly in warm and temperate seas worldwide but have also been seen in cold and frigid waters. Air-nosed dolphins live in groups typically of 10-30 members, called pods, but group size varies from single individuals up to more than 1,000. Their diet consists mainly of forage fish. Dolphins often work as a team to harvest fish schools, but they also hunt individually. Dolphins search for prey primarily using echolocation, which is similar to sonar. They emit clicking sounds and listen for the return echo to determine the location and shape of nearby items, including potential prey. Like all delphinidae, they hold air for long periods of times to swim

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being in the air and wild weather errors can occur. And with the near future coming we can only see more arriving. Say that flying cars are made NAS may need to coordinate with other agencies to make sure errors don’t occur in the sky that not remotely popullated yet.

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The great sighted owl is the largest owl to live year-round in the midwestern United States.  Adults weigh around 3 - 3 1/2 pounds and have a 5 foot wingspread.  There are nine other species of owls that are known from the midwest, ranging in size from the tiny Northern Saw-whet Owl to the Snowy Owl, which is slightly larger than the Great Horned Owl.  Both these species are winter visitors only.  Year-round residents include the Barn Owl, Barred Owl, Burrowing Owl, Eastern Screech-Owl, Long-eared Owl and Short-eared Owl.  The Western Screech-Owl may possibly be found in the extreme southwest corner of the state. The food of Great Horned Owls is primarily large rodents and rabbits, but they can take prey as large as skunks.  Various reptiles, amphibians and fish have also been reported in their diet along with large arthropods.  Like all birds of prey, they use their powerful feet and sharp talons to subdue and kill their prey.  The grip of the Great Horned Owl is believed to be more powerful than any other North American bird of prey. These owls have the greatest known sight compared to any animal. They can see for approximately 5 miles away in the day and 6 at night giving them huge advantages compared to other predators during the day or night. Owls cannot digest

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Car accident statistics are jarring at night. Despite 60 percent less traffic on the roads, more than 40 percent of all fatal car accidents occur at night. Sunlight provides the strongest light source. When it goes down at night, there are a variety of man-made lights that help drivers safely navigate the roads. Our eyes will adjust to lower levels of light (pupils dilate in darkness and constrict in brightness), but they have difficulty functioning properly when switching from bright to dark, or

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barbules (fiber-like components) of the feathers. The light’tailed peacocks tail has a substantial amount of phosphor in it causing it to glow during the night. Also these beafowl are able to store the energy for night time use to warn predators. Another thing that makes this type of peafowl different from the others is its ability to fly and stay in hire places for longer amounts of time. The light-tailed peafowl resides mainly in north western part of the United States where there are a lot of tall trees and damp weather. However, some have migrated throughout the midwest and have been seen as far as the Appalachian Mountains. Their main diet are insect that they attrract by showing of their tail. Pantone 308c Pantone 363c

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The lightheaded hammerhead sharks are a group of sharks in the family Sphyrnidae, so named for the unusual and distinctive structure of their heads, which are flattened and laterally extended into a “hammer” shape called a “cephalofoil”. Most hammerhead species are placed in the genus Sphyrna; some authorities place the winghead shark in its own genus, Eusphyra. Hammerheads are found worldwide in warmer waters along coastlines and continental shelves. Like most sharks lightheaded hammerhead sharks swim alone. However, unlike all sharks they are very friendly and work well with other species under the water. The nine known species range from 0.9 to 6 m (3.0 to 20 ft) long. The average hammerhead shark weighs about 500 pounds, but some may grow up to 1000. All the species have a projection of their face on all sides of the head that gives it a resemblance to a flattened hammer. It was determined recently that the hammer-like shape of the head evolved to enhance the animal’s vision. The positioning of the eyes give the shark good binocular vision, as well as 360-degree vision

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PANIC AND THEY WILL COME. HELPFUL CREATURES Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of accidental death in the U.S. among children ages 14 and under, and the leading cause of accidental death of children age 5 and under. A child can drown in the time it

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The lightheaded mule deer (Odocoileus Lucipit Hemionus) is a deer whose habitat is in the western half of North America. It gets its name from its large mule-like ears. The lightheaded mule deer was once a rare species in the 1980s. However, once people started seeing how useful these animals were, agencies put them under watch. The lightheaded mule deer’s head is has a large spotlight that is powered by solar energy absorbed by their antlers. Mule deer antlers are bifurcated, or “fork” as they grow rather than branching from a single main beam. Each year a buck’s antlers start to grow in spring and are shed after mating season from mid-January to mid-April. Mule deer bucks have somewhat more prominent ears than females. Instead of running, mule deer move with a bounding leap, with all four feet coming down together. The lightheaded mule deer is the largest of the Odocoileus genus, standing, on the average, 40–42 inches (100–110 cm) at the shoulders and stretching 80  inches (200 cm) or so nose to tail. An adult buck will weigh from 150–300 pounds (68–140 kg) on the hoof, with does averaging 125–175 pounds (57–79 kg). The occasional trophysized mule deer buck may weigh in around 500 pounds (230 kg).

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RECIPE SHOwDOwN

BAVARIAN HEFEwEIZEN Murky apricot with an inverted waterfall of uprushing bubbles on the near side of the glass. The head consists of three fingers of pale khaki colored foam that develops a softly sculpted rockiness as it descends. Love the unfiltered look.

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Vitamin C and SCurVy Did you know that the word "ascorbic," as in ascorbic acid (the name for Vitamin C), means "no scurvy"? The story of Vitamin C began hundreds of years ago before the beginning of modern chemistry. Many people suffered from a disease called "spring sickness" or scorbutus. The symptoms were bleeding gums, loose teeth, aching joints, red spots on the skin, and decayed flesh. Today, this disease is known as scurvy.

Sailors were particularly susceptible to scurvy. In the last part of the eighteenth century, sauerkraut and citrus fruit were taken along on English ships bound on long voyages. Miraculously, these foods eliminated the disease. (Can you guess why British sailors are called "limeys"?) But it wasn't until 1932 that the chemical in these foods, named ascorbic acid, was purified in a laboratory. It is found in many fresh fruits and vegetables; citrus is an excellent

source. Ascorbic acid, or Vitamin C, is now known to be extremely important for the body's manufacturing of collagen, the protein responsible for keeping cells, muscles, and bones connected to each other. A lack of collagen causes the cells of the tiniest blood vessels to separate and allows blood to leak into tissues, resulting in the bleeding gums and red splotches characteristic of scurvy.

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Bavarian Style Hefeweizen is an acceptable version for the price. It isn’t about to put a scare into Germany’s best... or even America’s best for that matter. An estery yeast strain definitely helps the cause. Flavors include lightly toasted bread, light caramel notes, monkey fruit, a dash of ground clove, and hints of lemon peel that add a little too much tartness. The hefeweizen banan-oClick for more...

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The nose features slightly darker than pale malts (probably a small amount of caramel), cereal grains, bruised banana and clove. The next highest smell score is in sight, but probably won’t be reached.

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IT ALL STARTED IN THE 50S... WOULD YOU BELIEVE WE STARTED OUT AS A SMALL CHAIN OF CONVENIENCE STORES? IT'S TRUE. WAY BACk IN 1958. WE WERE CALLED PRONTO MARkETS. IN '67, OUR FOUNDER, THE ORIGINAL TRADER JOE, CHANGED OUR NAME (YES, TO TRADER JOE'S) AND THE WAY WE DO BUSINESS. WE MADE THE STORES BIGGER (IF YOU CAN IMAGINE), DECkED THE WALLS WITH CEDAR PLANkS AND DONNED OUR CREW IN COOL HAWAIIAN SHIRTS. MOST IMPORTANTLY, WE STARTED PUTTING INNOVATIVE, HARD-TO-FIND, GREAT-TASTING FOODS IN THE "TRADER JOE'S" NAME. THAT CUT OUR COSTS AND SAVED YOU MONEY. STILL DOES. AND THAT'S IMPORTANT, BECAUSE "VALUE" IS A CONCEPT WE TAkE VERY SERIOUSLY. AND BY VALUE WE MEAN GREAT EVERYDAY PRICES ON ALL OF OUR GREAT PRODUCTS — NO SALES, NO GIMMICkS, NO CLUBS TO JOIN, NO SPECIAL CARDS TO SWIPE... HOW DO WE DO IT? >>

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>> Our StOry ABOUT US Timeline cUSTOmer UpdATeS fAq'S

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We BUy in vOlUme And cOnTrAcT eArly TO geT The BeST priceS. higher priceS... SO We dOn'T dO iT.

IT'S NOT COMPLICATED. WE JUST FOCUS ON WHAT MATTERS — GREAT FOOD + GREAT PRICES = VALUE. OkAY, WE SkIPPED OVER A FEW MILESTONES, BUT YOU CAN CATCH THEM IN THE TRADER JOE'S TIMELINE. IT'S A TRIP.

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here iS SOme Beer TriviA TO enjOy AS yOU drink yOUr nexT Beer. cheerS! >> GERMANY SERVES BEER ICE CREAM IN POPSICLE FORM. ITS ALCOHOLIC CONTENT IS LESS THAN THAT FOUND IN “CLASSIC” BEER. >> IN 1962, IRON CITY BEER WAS THE BRAND USED TO TEST-MARkET THE CONCEPT OF TAB OPENING ALUMINUM CANS. BY 1970,

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OVER 90% OF ALL BEER CANS WERE SELFOPENING. PROHIBITION, BEGINNING ON JANUARY 16, 1920, LASTED 13 YEARS, 10 MONTHS, 19 DAYS, 17 HOURS, AND 32-1/2 MINUTES, AND WAS RESCINDED ON DECEMBER 5, 1933, AT 3:32 P.M. CENTURIES AGO IN ENGLAND, PUB VISITORS USED A NOVEL INNOVATION THAT ENABLED THEM TO GET THEIR BEER SERVED qUICkLY. THEY USED MUGS WITH A WHISTLE BAkED

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INTO THE RIM, THE WHISTLE BEING USED TO SUMMON THE BARMAID. IT HAS BEEN SUGGESTED THIS PRACTICE GAVE BIRTH TO THE PHRASE “WET YOUR WHISTLE.” A BEER LOVER OR ENTHUSIAST IS CALLED A CEREVISAPHILE. PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT TOOk MORE THAN 500 GALLONS OF BEER WITH HIM ON AN AFRICAN SAFARI. MUST HAVE BEEN THIRSTY WORk.

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SAN FRANCISCAN HARVEST SOUP

With a good mix of ingedients and spices this soup is sure to kick your apetite in the ass and fill you up like as if there was no tomorrow. With its smoky and sweet aroma youre eyes will cry of how jealous it is of your nose. The great thing about it is that its already made and ready to go for you hungry lazy people...(were just kidding about the hungry people). Potatos, peas, mushrooms, and carrots in a creamy white hearty soup that'll give that home cooked feeling. Just like grandma used to cook. This soup is so good that it was featured on food and wine magazine and has recieved numerous awards including the best soup 2010 on foodnetwork.com.


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When we are motivated by goals that have deep meaning, by dreams that need completion, by pure love that needs expressing, then we truly live life. QUOTE_Greg Anderson (Graphic Designer)

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concept we had choose and then extend that to the type specimen book. We then had

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Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. QUOTE_Pablo Picasso ( Painter )

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all learn to become creative again.

this was such a fascinating fact that I wanted to make a book explaining how we can

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Solut i on _Franciscan Winery is one the most respected winerys in Napa Valley full

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Design is the search for a magical balance between business and art; art and craft; intuition and reason; concept and detail; playfulness and formality; client and designer; designer and printer; and printer and public. QUOTE_Valerie Pettis ( Graphic Designer )

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a luxury usually reserved for only the most expensive wines. With no need to turn the tanks quickly for another batch, each small lot can be crafted at its own pace. NAPA VALLEY

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high end cab: I could've done a cylinder or a box. The box wouldve been made of the

same wood used in the barrels made to make the wine. However, I went with a more

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traditional cylinder that would be covered by leather with the same label used on the

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the cabernet and chardonnay bottles. A black label on a black bottle made a lot of

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and become one with the neighborhood to find its true essence are report it.

Solut i on _Everyone knows that the majority in the Mission District are Mexicans

to over come it and still have a smile on their faces.

shown on the insides are the struggles these people face everyday and what they do

and that they brought there culture to the streets and neighborhood. But whats not

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Good design must be defined by its appropriateness to the audience and goals, and by its effectiveness, not by its adherence to Swiss design or the number of awards it wins. QUOTE_Drew Davies (Graphic Designer)

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territor y wearing the wro ng co lo rs . I ju s t s h o wed my s tuden t id an d h e let me

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to show things around the district that people usually saw are ugly or unsightly then

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and Surface a skincare cosmetic line.

based off of tv personality and chef Guy Fieri, Paxton, a contemporary home decor

electronics section. Then create 3 private label brands: Fieri a gourmet food line

endorsed brand called Step1 which had a houseware, kitchenware, bed and bath and

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Providing, meaning to a mass of unrelated needs, ideas, words and picturesâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;it is the designer's job to select and fit this material together and make it interesting. QUOTE_Paul Rand ( Graphic Designer )

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concept _We wanted to recreate the JCPenney shopping experience. When asked

kitchenware, home decor, bed and bath, and health products that

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g u y f i e r i _Private Label ( Gourmet/Kitchenware ) For people ages 26 to 35, Guys Fieri is a celebrity endorsed line of products which offers chef-grade gourmet foods and kitchenwares that delivers quality ingredients and materials, and contain educational benefits in the packaging.

pa x ton _Private Label ( Contemporary Home Decor ) For consumers ages 25 to 40, paxton provides modern, contemporary home decor that is of high-style through good craftsmanship and design but at moderately affordable prices.

Su r face _Private Label ( Skin Care / Cosmetic / Anti-Aging ) For women ages 30 to 50, Surface offers high-end skincare and cosmetics that provide healthy anti-aging benefits that delivers

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audience. We wanted it to be witty and unique but clean and simple. We decided

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concept _Guy Fieri is eccentric. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loud, quirky, and fun. We really wanted to

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personality while still maintaining good design. The way we did this was by using

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bits and pieces of his background and interests. For example for the final logo we

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show this through his packages. So what better than to use his face and vocabulary

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and placed on the front of all the barbeque products. The reason was to emphasize

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that these products and flavors were like Guy, loud and in your face.

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healthy anti-aging benefits that delivers quality ingredients with advanced technology.

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s u r face s k i nca r e d e s i g n _The skincare line is based on a very simple and clean design. We wanted the package, label and product to work together as one, creating

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an experience one has to witness in person. The package as a whole is based on the

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surface you feel and textures you see.

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simple. The difference is that the packages have frosted sides and an image.

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Solut i on _To bring high quality skin care products made for women who strive for

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exclusivity feel that is higher end but sold in stores that are more accessible.

o b ject i v e _Create a skincare product for a target audience of our choosing. Start by

creating the brand and taking that create the products package.

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excellence in a package. I want this to differ from other brands by having a boutique

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Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t design for everyone. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s impossible. All you end up doing is designing something that makes everyone unhappy. QUOTE_Leisa Reichelt (Graphic Designer)

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CO N C E P T _With an open project I wanted to challenge myself and do something not

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ID E N T I T Y D E SIG N _There were 2 names I wanted to use: Civetta meaning to flirt

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functionality, usability, and structure. Then there were a couple of different directions

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Solut i on _Ritter Sport Chocolates are well know world wide for their high quality

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that their chocolates are not any good.

packaging is very inconsistent and lacks appetite appeal creating this assumption

low cost chocolates and the variety that they supply. The onlye thing is that their

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Great design will not sell an inferior product, but it will enable a great product to achieve its maximum potential. QUOTE_Thomas J. Watson Jr. ( Graphic Designer )

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occurring when the company started.

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planet become green. We had to find a topic that was not environmentally friendly. We needed to create a book, stationery, poster and packaging.

mulch for sports, gardening, and safety.

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Ground Up is an American based organiziation that recycles used tires and creates new products that can be used and reused for other purposes. We remove 99.9% of all metals in tires to create a safe product for our consumers. Our products include landscape mulches, playground mulches and accesories, field turf and equestrian cover, and others.

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showing the product through an image why not show it. It's much more interesting

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colors used in the book to be more interesting.

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T H A N K YO U _First and foremost I would like to thank my family especially my

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FA MI LY & FRI E N DS _Bladimer Domingo_Elizabeth Domingo_Abby Gabriel_Allison

Schachermeyer_Pora Rith_Miki Bong_Liscelyn Grifal _Pongpat Chirakiti_Monica Galvan_Dee Shin_Siti Azmi_Dave Pasion_Kristine Gerolaga_Barbara Novero_Brian Jocson_Cyris Jocson_Cyrin Jocson / T eache r s _Mary Scott_Tom McNulty_Roland Young_Megumi Kayama_Michael Osborne_Todd Hedgepeth_Jennie Hitchcliff

my trials and tribulations starting from high school till college. I wouldn't have been

able to do this program without them. I would also like to give a big thanks to my

friends. Thank you guys for all of the help, ideas, off hour critiques, file sharing, rides,

motivations, inspirations, you name it, if you helped me throughout the years thank

high school that has inspired me to become the student I am.

you. Now for the teachers. I would like to thank each and every teacher I've had since

Domingo _Jay Gabriel_Jessica Gabriel_Marc Domingo_Giovanni Cruz_Sandra

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parents. I would like to thank them for all the support they have given me throughout

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I would like to thank my teachers for kicking my ass. if it wasn't for you all, i would be another desktop publishing wannabe.

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T IM E L A P S E _13 Weeks / De s i g n _Alvin Domingo / photo g r aph y _Alvin Domingo_Liscelyn Grifal_Monica

C L A SS _Portfolio / In s t ructo r _Mary Scott / t i tle _ Respecting the Process / Se m e s te r _Spring 2012 /

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a d d r e s s _1760 Mini Drive Vallejo, CA 94589 / e m a i l _abdomingo2@gmail.com

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pe r _Mohawk ProLine ( archival ) 100lb / P RI N T E R _Blurb / B i n d e ry _Blurb / C ell _(707)853-0877 /

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this book may be used or reproducedin manner without the written permission of the books author Alvin Domingo or the photographers of this book.

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