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The Strange Children

COLLATERAL

The Strange Children of Tim Burton presentation at SFMOMA includes collateral works such as a catalogue, posters and a website. All of the exhibit pieces use Tim Burton’s iconic style by way of illustrations and color throughout. The catalogue for this exhibit breaks from the gvrid by following his creative instincts, which encourage the reader to interact with it.


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Timothy Walter Burton was born in Burbank, California on August 25, 1958 in a sunny, middle class neighborhood. As a child he never felt at home. He was a very shy boy and had a restless imagination, which he consoled with drawing, painting and making short films. His work was influenced by newspaper comics, advertising, animated cartoons, monster movies, science fiction films, Mexican Day of the Dead imagery, toys and carnival sideshows. A lot of his themes and subjects were explored in his feature films shorts and commercials that came from those influences. Another person of great inspiration for him was Edgar Allen Poe and Dr. Seuss. In 1976 he entered CalArts in Valencia, CA, where he created a short animated film called Stalk of the Celery Monster, it was written, directed and animated entirely in pencil by him. This film got him noticed by Walt Disney Animation Studios in 1979 where he was offered an animator’s apprenticeship. His personality and temperament wasn’t really fit for Disney even though he helped work on The Fox and the Hound (1981). He also helped with The Black Cauldron but none of his work was used. Disney knew he had great talent so they let him produce a couple shorts like Vincent (1982), Hansel and Gretel (1983) & Frankenweenie (1984). The movies that helped jump start his career were Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure & Beetlejuice.

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In 1997 he published a book of illustrated verses called, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories and in 2003 Darkhorse Comics introduced his collectible figures Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys.

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Louis Vuitton

PACKAGING

Louis Vuitton is one of the leading international fashion houses well known for its ‘LV’ monogram. They sell products, ranging from luxury trunks to ready-to-wear items. This new line of luxury cosmetics entitled Embark resembles the LV trademark colors and monogram but in a newly designed pattern. These simple and luxurious products, continue to target the higher earning women while maintaining the traditional Louis Vuitton branding.


Save Our Oceans

AWARENESS POSTER

Save Our Oceans are a pair of awareness posters to promote Greenpeace’s campaign to stress the need to clean our oceans. Playful hand-rendered typography was the inspiration for the posters. The illustrative concepts behind the posters provide information on how to save our oceans.


To learn more & see what you can do to help visit greenpeace.org


Chocolate Covered

IDENTITY

Chocolate Covered is a high end chocolate company located in Noe Valley, San Francisco. Their new identity was created so as to be simple and exquisite. The uses of traditional aspects of chocolate are depicted within the logo by highlighting with brown tints and recognizable shapes.


Bubble Bubble

PACKAGING

Bubble Bubble is a carbonated juice beverage created for young adults. The bright color scheme reflects the flavor within each bottle. The packaging creates the mood of playfulness by using circle elements to resemble carbonation.


Bikini Mania

IDENTITY / PACKAGING

Bikini Mania is a boutique specializing in offering a large variety of swimsuits. The branding is very feminine and appealing to young girls and women. Using illustrations of different swimsuits in a lively pattern creates a stylish feeling for the brand.

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Globetrotter

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Globetrotter is an original travel magazine that focuses on people with a taste for adventure and excitement. This magazine was designed using original photography integrated into a structured layout.

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Tulip Bubls

PACKAGING

Tulip Bulbs is an online company that specializes in the sale of a variety of tulip bulbs. This accessible and elegant package is family friendly and compact. The design uses realistic illustrations to depict the different types of tulips bulbs within each package, as opposed to using photography.


World’s Deadliest Disasters

INFOGRAPHICS

World’s Deadliest Disasters are informational graphic posters complete with an interactive application that encompasses the years of 1900 – 2011. These posters are full size wall prints displayed in the Academy of Sciences. Their simple style uses recognizable icons to record the various natural disasters.


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EARTHQUAKE MAP

1900 – 2011

WORLD’ S D EADLIEST D ISASTERS 1900 - 2011

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REGIONS

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NORTH AMERICA

1900 – 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CENTRAL AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA

EARTHQUAKES

WEST EUROPE

VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS

EAST EUROPE

TSUNAMIS

AFRICA

HURRICANES

SOUTH ASIA

REGIONS

EAST ASIA SOUTH EAST ASIA OCEANIA WORLD MAP BACK

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MEXICO

C ENTRAL A MERICA MEXICO GUATEMALA EL SALVADOR WEST INDIES

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CHICHON

MICHOACAN-GUANAJUATO

03.28.1982

I NFORMATION 7KHPRGHUDWHVFDOHHUXSWLRQRI(O&KLFKRQODVWHGIURP 0DUFKWR$SULOJHQHUDWLQJS\URFODVWLFVXUJHVDQGĂ RZV that dammed adjacent drainages including the Magdalena River1,2. This created a 4 km long and 40 km wide lake that drained catastrophically and inundated the town of Ostuacan with a mixture of hot water and pyroclastic sediment. The hot water was contained at Penitas Hydroelectric Dam where one casualty and 3 injuries took place. The eruption was unique due to the release of unusually large amounts of sulphur into the atmosphere. Three weeks after the eruption, the volcanic aerosol had circled the Earth and severely affected aircraft particularly in the northern hemisphere. The cost of window damage caused by the gases for one company, Japan Airlines is estimated at 6.8 million US dollars. 3\URFODVWLFĂ RZVDQGVXUJHVGHVWUR\HGQLQHYLOODJHVVRXWKRI the volcano while damaging lahars were also triggered due to heavy rain falling on unconsolidated pyroclastic deposits.

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E STIMATED D EATH T OLL Chinchon, mexico

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VOLCANIC EXPLOSIVITY INDEX – 100’S

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WORLD ’ S D EADLIEST 1900

italy Vesuvius Type: Complex Volcano 04.04.1906

JaPan

Sakura-jima Type: StratoVolcano 01.12.1914 Pinatubo Type: StratoVolcano 06.15.1991

Cameroon Oku Volc Field Type: Maar 08.21.1986

Congo Nyiragongo Type: StratoVolcano 08.21.1986

KEY Tsunami

Volcanic explosivity index

Size: Small Occures: Daily Size: Moderate Occures: Weekly Size: M - Large Occures: Yearly Size: Large Occures: 10’s of yrs Size: Very Large Occures: 0 00’s of yrs Size: Undetermined Occures: 100’s of yrs

PhiliPPines Taal Type: StratoVolcano 01.27.1911

Java Dieng Volc Complex Type: Complex Volcano 12.04.1944 Semeru Type: StratoVolcano 01.04.1968 Kelut Type: StratoVolcano 05.19.1919

new guine Merapi Type: StratoVolcano 11.25.1930 Merapi Type: StratoVolcano 03.23.1953 Agung Type: StratoVolcano 02.19.1963

Merapi Type: StratoVolcano 10.26.2010

Lamington Type: StratoVo 01.15.1951


VOLCANIC E RUPTIONS

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a laska Novarupta Type: Caldera 09.06.1913

iCeland Iceland Type: StratoVolcano 03.31.2010

washington St. Helens Type: StratoVolcano 05.18.1980

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Michoacan-Guanajuato Type: Cinder Cone 02.20.1943

Chichon Type: Tuff Cone 03.28.1982

Santa Maria Type: StratoVolcano 10.24.1902

guatemala Fuego Type: StratoVolcano 10.10.1974

west indies Pelee Type: StratoVolcano 05.08.1902

el salvador San Salvador Type: StratoVolcano 06.07.1917

Columbia Ruiz Type: StratoVolcano 11.13.1985


WORLD ’ S D EADLI 1900

taJikistan China

Qaratog 10.21.1907 M: 8.0

italy Calabria 09.08.1905 M: 7.9

turkey Ladik 11.26.1943 M: 7.6

a lgeria El Asnam 10.10.1980 M: 7.7

Fuyun 08.10.1931 M: 8.0

Eastern Sichuan 05.12.2008 M: 7.9

iran Iran 09.16.1978 M: 7.8

Pakistan Makran Coast 11.27.1945 M: 8.0

Bihar 01.15.1934 M: 8.1

indonesia

Sumatra 12.26.2004 M: 9.1

Tsunami

M

Magnitude

Nankaido 12.20.1946 M: 8.1

Xizang 08.15.1950 M: 8.6

nePal

North Sumatra 03.28.2005 M: 8.6

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China Haiyuan 12.16.1920 M: 7.8

Luzon 07.16.1990 M: 7.7

PhiliPPines Mindanao 08.16.1976 M: 7.9

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E ARTHQUAKES

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- 2011

JaPan Sanriku 03.02.1933 M: 8.4

California Honshu 03.11.2011 M: 9.0 Kanto 09.01.1923 M: 7.9

San Francisco 04.18.1906 M: 7.8

mexiCo Michoacan 05.19.1985 M: 8.0

haiti Haiti 01.12.2010 M: 7.0

onankai 2.07.1944 : 8.1

eCuador Esmeraldes 01.31.1906 M: 8.8

Peru Chimbote 05.31.1970 M: 7.9

Chile Valparaiso 08.17.1906 M: 8.2

Temuco-Valdivia 05.22.1960 M: 9.5



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