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ANTON MURRAY DESIGN BOOK


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ANTON MURRAY DESIGN BOOK

by Anton Murray


I would like to personally thank God and everyone who has been there for me through my journey. A special “Thank You” to my Mom, Dad, and sister Kenneshia, for being such a big part of my life.

– Anton Murray


PREFACE Since the young age of five, I knew that design would play a major role in my life. Starting out drawing in coloring books to being able to draw my own characters, it was apparent that art was a passion of mine. As I grew older, I began to experiment with architecture, engineering and mathematics. Constructing pieces of artwork was something I knew I would enjoy and be able to express myself freely without having to worry about other’s opinions. As a design student, there are many boundaries and restrictions we impose on ourselves. Although possibilites are endless, it is best to put some restraints on work, in order to not confuse the audience. Color, space, line, texture, and symmetry/asymmetry play a major role in any design work. Considering that color is not viewed the same in every culture, it is imperative to do a lot of research before starting a project. Keeping all of these things in mind, I have designed a book of my work that expresses what goes on in the mind of a designer. Making things look simple yet informative is also key. Understanding the difference between readability and legibility also helps the audience better understand what is happening in the artwork. Type, type, type. Typography is the one of the most important aspects of design. There are countless typefaces to choose from. Which one is the best? It all depends on the idea you are trying to portray to the audience. As designers, we must indentify the audience and make sure that the work can be seen from a distance and also from at arms length. Taking all of these things into consideration, the designer can then start the process from conception to construction of the work. No one said being a designer would be easy but accepting the challenge and staying motivated can take you a long way. Without further ado, I proudly present to you, Anton Murray Design Book. The book layout, design and projects within this book have been carefully chosen and explore design in a different light. As most may assume when thinking of design that it is only websites, think again. Immerse yourself into the book that takes you into the mind and creative thought process of the graphic designer, Anton Murray. Signed,

Anton Murray


TABLE OF CONTENTS POSTERS Marijuana and America

National Start! Walking Day The Brew Menu Student Recreation Center One Year Birthday This Week in Black History Month

BROCHURES The Life and Death of Kurt Cobain

Student Recreation Center Brochure The 2010 Texas Longhorns Football Guide Third Eye Blind - Ursa Major The Artistic Blueprint

H.G. Wells War of the Worlds Book Old Dominion University Police Department Yearbook

FREELANCE Funxional Skate Co. Grip Gum

The 2010 Texas Calendar Graduation Announcement Martin Luther King Jr. Day The Oakmont Intramural Champions T-Shirt Tuned Into Sound

EXTRA Resume

Business Card

12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21

BOOKS Another Notion of Timeless Offensive Notes Book

02-03 04-05 06-07 08-09 10-11

22-23 24-25 26-27

28-29 30-31 32-33 34-35 36-37 38-39 40-41

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Mary Jane News Daily

Mary Jane News Daily

October 1, 2009

October 1, 2009

Special Edition

MARIJUANA AND AMERICA

Special Edition

MARIJUANA AND AMERICA The melting pot turns to legalization of ‘pot’ as an alternative.

The melting pot turns to legalization of ‘pot’ as an alternative.

U.S. POLL

IS POT A POTENTIAL

HAZARD? (Based on a survey of 1 million U.S. citizens)

36%

YES

Anton Murray, 23 Norfolk, VA

52%

NO

“I believe, that as an American, you should have the right to decide whether or not you can legally grow marijuana for medicinal purposes.”

12%

MAYBE

INTERVIEW: THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX

For more information, visit our website at: marijuana-and-america.com

MARIJUANA AND AMERICA CLIENT: Marijuana and America

Is this the best alternative for the world’s wealthiest country? See pg. 12 Why the US government feels they should be growing ‘green’ to grow green? this the alternative See pg. best 26

Is for the world’s wealthiest country? See pg. 12 Why the US government

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USA $5.95 CAN $8.95

CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray

USA $5.95 CAN $8.95

Marijuana and America is a local newspaper that asked to have a spread designed about the epidemic of marijuana in the United States. The design of the United States being covered in marijuana buds was designed by me by scaling up and down the marijuana buds and meticulously placing them in the shape of the country. I chose to represent the country in this way to reinforce the idea of the struggle in America to decide whether or not it should be legal to grow marijuana for personal use. There is also a poll, surveying 1,000,000 Americans, on the right side of the poster that indicates their opinion on how they feel and/or if it should in fact be legalized.

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National START! Walking Day APRIL 7, 2010 Join us at 2:30pm for remarks from President Broderick. Walk begins at 2:41pm on Kaufman Mall for the celebration. Why that time? – Two hours are added to your lifespan for every one hour of exercise you participate in!

NATIONAL START! WALKING DAY CLIENT: Department of Recreation and Wellness CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN/ILLUSTRATION: Anton Murray The Recreation and Wellness Department wanted to motivate individuals to lead a healthy lifestyle. They wanted to strongly encourage individuals that walking is a healthy alternative to exercise. When thinking of promoting walking, the first thing that comes to mind is the kind of footwear that will be on your feet. Whether you are walking to class or to the store, most people wear shoes to get around. With that mindset, I illustrated a pair of colorful, vibrant walking shoes with a 1960’s feel to make the shoes grab the viewers attention.

This event is co-sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, Monarch Dining Services and the Department of Human Movement Sciences. For more information: e-mail hsadowsk@odu.edu or visit http://www.heart.org/start

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THE BREW It’s getting hot outside. For fans of the malt, this means one important thing – summer beers! There are a dizzying number of seasonal brews available. To get you started, we’ve broken down six of the most popular ones. Cheers!

Blue Moon Honey Moon

Miller Chill

Blue Moon has managed to craft a beer that packs a significant alcoholic punch, but lacks any discernable bite. Sweet orange peel combines with clove honey and a hint of hoppiness to make a beer that is without parallel in smoothness. The honey taste is readily apparent, even in the finish. Honey Moon’s texture is almost buttery, lingering on the tongue for a moment after drinking. Light and refreshing, it’s a different taste for summer.

There’s something a little disturbing about a salty beer. Sure, we all like to eat salty snacks with our brew, but salt in the beer? The Miller Brewing Co. has put considerable effort into marketing this “chelada” style lager, but flashy stands in the grocery store don’t always translate into quality beer. Like its rival BL Lime, Chill has a heavy dose of lime flavor, but it lacks the smoothness of its cousin. It’s difficult to get past the salt. One pull of this will have the corners of your mouth sagging in disgust. Try again, Miller.

Pair with: Something light – chicken, fish, and vegetables.

Bud Light Lime What could taste more like summer? At first sip, Bud Light Lime conjures images of poolside barbeques and long days on the beach. Barely noticeable hops combine with strong lime flavor that leaves a lingering finish. A slightly yeasty aftertaste serves as the only reminder you’re drinking beer. But what makes BL Lime so quintessentially “summer?” Is it the not-so-subtle lime flavor? Is it the ease with which even non-beer drinkers can guzzle it on a hot day? Does it even matter? Purists may scoff and call it a mass market abomination, but most will just call it delicious.

Pair with: A hot summer day.

Leinenkugel Summer Shandy What do you get when you combine a wheat beer and lemonade? Leinenkugel apparently decided to find out and created this hybrid. Although it looks like a beer, Summer Shandy is dominated by a very sweet lemony taste. One could argue that it’s not really a beer at all. The wheat flavor of the malt is present, but takes a back seat. It’s easy to drink, but a departure from the strong beers Leinenkugel normally produces. Beer geeks will not approve.

Pair with: Masochism.

Sam Adams Summer Ale Sam Adams seasonal beers offer beer drinkers year-round variety with a different specialty brew each season. Sam’s Summer Ale is dominated by the sweet orange peel it’s brewed with. Few other flavors are discernable, apart from the modest bitterness injected by the hops. This one has a distinct alcoholic bite to it as well, a welcome contrast to the sweetness. A wellrounded, thoughtfully crafted beer.

Pair with: Something spicy.

Sierra Nevada Summerfest Brewed in the German and Czech tradition, this one is dominated by hops and powerful light grain flavor. Sierra Nevada may have gone too far though. Hops are intended to temper the sweetness of the malt, not destroy it. The grain flavor has barely any time to touch the taste buds before the drinker is kicked in the teeth by the hops. Disappointing, especially considering this style of lager is potentially delicious.

THE BREW MENU CLIENT: The Mace and Crown

Pair with: Full-flavored food that’s heavy on the garlic.

CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray = Nasty!

Pair with: Dessert.

= I’d try it again.

= Pretty good

The Brew is a menu designed for the sole purpose to display the opinion of Josh McDonald, the Entertainment Editor for the Mace and Crown. The beers chosen for the menu are based off of Josh’s take on the beer along with a suggestion on which food choice he feels best would go along with it. There is also a rating system, indicated by a beer bottle silhouette, used to give the viewer an idea of whether or not the beer is worth the money or better off being kept on the shelf.

= Amazing!

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1 JOIN US AND

CELEBRATE

MARCH 2

STUDENT RECREATION CENTER ONE YEAR CELEBRATION CLIENT: Department of Recreation and Wellness

One Year Birthday (of the Student Recreation Center)

Join the Student Recreation Center for our 1st Birthday Celebration on Tuesday, March 2nd from 12:00pm-2:00pm.

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN!

Division of Student Affairs

CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray The Department of Recreation and Wellness wanted to create a poster that brought together the idea of the different activities offered throughout the building. The celebration, held on March 2 at the Student Recreation Center, provided different activities, including: fitness classes, swimming pool preview, table tennis tournament and a kayaking event(Outdoor Adventure Program). Placing a variety of photographs within the “1” provides the viewer with a clear view of what the Student Recreation Center has to offer to the students, faculty/staff and outside members.

ODU Recreation and Wellness

More Than Just Sports

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This week in Black History Month Black History Month began as “Negro History Week” in 1926, created by Carter G. Woodson. It changed to a month-long celebration in 1976, February being chosen to commemorate the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, according to history.com. To help celebrate Black History Month this year, each week in February the Mace & Crown will feature a “This week in black history” section.

February 17

1848

February 18 BRITTANICA.COM IBIBLIO.ORG

February 19

1688

Sarah Roberts barred from white school in Boston. Her father, Benjamin Roberts, filed the first school integration suit on her behalf.

GENEALOGY.COM HISTORY.ARMY.MIL

First formal protest against slavery by organized white body in English America made by Germantown, Pa. Quakers at monthly meeting.

2002

February 20

SPRINGFIELDINSTITUTE.COM FACESOFINFLUENZA.COM

February 21

1929

Vonetta Flowers became the first black gold medalist in the history of the Winter Olympic Games.

THIS WEEK IN BLACK HISTORY MONTH

WIKIMEDIA.ORG FLICKR.COM

1965

Writer Wallace Thurmanʼs play “Harlem” opens in New York City. It is the first successful play by an African American playwright.

CLIENT: The Mace and Crown

February 22 STANFORD.EDU

Malcolm X (39) assassinated in Audubon Ballroom at a rally for his organization.

CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray

LYRICS-KEEPER.ORG

1965

DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince win the first rap Grammy for the hit single “Parents Just Donʼt Understand.” UMICH.EDU

Constance Baker Motley elected Man hattan Borough president, the highest elective office held by a black woman.

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Information source: Blackfacts.com.

Design Layout: Anton Murray

1989

February 23

The Mace and Crown, Old Dominion University’s weekly newspaper, requested a poster that incorporated different events during the weeks of Black History Month. During each week, every day had something special happen by an African-American individual(s) that changed history. Creating a piece that was easy to view and understand was the key. I chose a railroad background to push the idea of the hardship that the African-Americans from the 1800’s faced during the Underground Railroad time.

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She eyes me like a pisces when I am weak I’ve been locked inside your Heart-Shaped box for a week I was drawn into your magnet tar pit trap I wish I could eat your cancer when you turn back

Load up on guns Bring your friends Its fun to lose And to pretend Shes overboard Myself assured I know I know A dirty word Hello (x 16) With the lights out its less dangerous Here we are now Entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now Entertain us A mulatto An albino A mosquito My libido Yea Im worse at what I do best And for this gift I feel blessed Our little group has always been And always will until the end

Kurt Cobain was an American musician who served as lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the Seattle-based rock band Nirvana.

the man

Lyrics from Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box”

Lyrics from Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

Hey Wait I’ve got a new conplaint Forever in debt to your priceless advice Hate Haight I’ve got a new complaint Forever in debt to your prieless advice Hey Wait I’ve got a new complaint Forever in debt to your priceless advice Meat-eating orchids forgive no one just yet Cut myself angel’s hair and baby’s breath Broken hymen of your highness I’m left black Throw down your umbilical noose so I can climb right back

Hello (x 16) With the lights out its less dangerous Here we are now Entertain us I feel stupid and contagious Here we are now Entertain us A mulatto An albino A mosquito My libido Yea

Cobain formed Nirvana in 1987 with Krist Novoselic. Within two years, the band became a fixture of the burgeoning Seattle grunge scene. In 1991, the arrival of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” marked the beginning of a dramatic shift of popular rock music away from the dominant genres of the 1980s (glam metal, arena rock, and dance-pop) and toward grunge and alternative rock.

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the band LAST BAND MEMBERS [l to r] Krist Nocoseli [bass] Kurt Cobain [vocals/guitar] Dave Grohl [drums]

NIRVANA

picture above: Kurt Cobain (center) pictured with his band members, Krist Nocoseli (left) and Dave Grohl (right).

Nirvana was an American rock band that was formed by singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington. Nirvana went through a succession of drummers, with the longest-lasting being Dave Grohl, who joined the band in 1990.

picture below: Kurt Cobain (right) seen picking flowers in a field with his band members.

kurt cobain

With the lead single “Smells Like Teen Spirit” from their 1991 album Nevermind, Nirvana entered into the mainstream, bringing along with them a subgenre of alternative rock called grunge. Other Seattle grunge bands such as Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden also gained popularity, and, as a result, alternative rock became a dominant genre on radio and music television in the United States during the early-to-middle 1990s.

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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF KURT COBAIN CLIENT: Nirvana CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/ILLUSTRATION: Anton Murray Kurt Cobain, the former lead singer of the ‘90s rock band, Nirvana, was an American singer-songwriter and musician. Throughout his time with Nirvana, Kurt was known by many for his down-to-earth lyrics and rhymes that caught the eye of many. Little did many people know that, Cobain struggled with a heroin addiction that would soon end his life. On April 8, 1994, Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle, the victim of what was officially ruled a suicide by a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head. The different pages tell a story of the artist, Cobain, from the beginning of his career to his death.

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FACILITIES Student Recreation Center Located in the heart of the campus, the new state-of-the-art Student Recreation Center is the hub of all sport, wellness and fitness activity. The facility features:

MODERN LIVING is about multiplicity of the mind, body and soul. The Modern Mind thrives in a charged atmosphere, where life overflows with activity, sport and movement of all kinds. Fitness, wellness, adventure, sport club and intramural programs...whatever moves you, you can find it at ODU. University Recreation and Wellness offers programs, facilities and services for students, faculty and staff to promote healthy and active lifestyles. Serve up a game of racquetball in one of the three courts or learn to surf in the Outdoor Adventure Program. Pump some iron in the state-of-the-art 15,000 square-foot fitness center or join a yoga class and expand your physical and mental boundaries. Reach new heights on the rock climbing wall or get down to earth on the indoor track.

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Hardwood gym Multipurpose courts Indoor swimming pool Men’s/Women’s locker rooms 15,000 sq. ft. workout space Indoor running track 2-story climbing wall 3 multipurpose studios 1 cycling studio 3 racquetball courts WiFi Einstein Bagels

Additional Facilities s University Fitness Center s Outdoor facilities s Elizabeth River Beach sand volleyball courts & picnic area s Whitehurst Field s Student Recreation Center Field

STUDENT RECREATION CENTER BROCHURE CLIENT: Department of Recreation and Wellness CREATIVE DIRECTION: Anton Murray The Department of Recreation and Wellness wanted to create a unique brochure that encapsulated all of the different aspects that the gym had to offer. Using the school’s colors, royal blue, white, and silver brings the peice together as a whole. The Student Recreation Center brochure includes different programs that the gym has to offer to not only students, but employees and non-student members as well. Also, the Student Recreation Center wanted to inform the public that the gym offers many activities including: Fitness and Wellness programs, Intramurals, Outdoor Adventure Program(OAP), Facilities and more.

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DESTINY LEADERS MASCOT ROSE BOWL DEFENDERS

PUMPING UP THE CROWD

FROM THE PAST AND PRESENT

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espn.com

FORMER LONGHORNS QB VINCE YOUNG (ABOVE) AVOIDS A TACKLE DURING A HOME GAME IN 2006. LONGHORNS QB COLT MCCOY (BELOW) BREAKS A TACKLE TO GAIN YARDS.

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The Texas Longhorns mascot, “Bevo” signing the “HOOK EM” symbol before a sold-out crowd at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.

Texas Longhorns fan holding the Texas Longhorns Rose Bowl flag during a home game. Longhorns fans love to show their support! lastrow.com

University of Texas-Austin • Austin, Texas • Longhorns Football • Texassports.com

LONGHORNS

TRADITION When you first step into Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, you realize that you are part of one of the most legendary football stadiums in the country. Such names as Colt McCoy, Vince Young and other elite athletes, first come to mind. As the 2006 Rose Bowl Champions, lead by NFL QB from the Tennessee Titans, Vince Young, you should be proud to represent the Longhorns! In 2010, The Longhorns, led by Senior QB, Colt McCoy, fell short to the Alamaba Roll Tide. Although the Longhorns did not win the game, they made the school proud by competing in the biggest game of the year.

HOME OF THE 2006 ROSE BOWL CHAMPIONS

DO YOU BLEED ORANGE AND WHITE? IF SO, SHOW YOUR SPIRIT BY PURCHASING A TEXAS LONGHORNS T-SHIRT TODAY! VISIT THE LONGHORNS STORE WEBSITE AT TEXASSPORTS.COM!

THE 2010 TEXAS LONGHORNS FOOTBALL GUIDE TEXAS LONGHORNS 2010 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE 09/04/10 09/11/10 09/18/10 09/25/10 10/02/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 10/30/10 11/06/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 11/25/10

OPPONENT vs. Rice vs. Wyoming at Texas Tech vs. UCLA vs. Oklahoma at Nebraska vs. Iowa State vs. Baylor at Kansas State vs. Oklahoma State vs. Florida Atlantic vs. Texas A&M

TIME 3:30 pm CST 1:30 pm CST 5:30 pm CST 3:30 pm CST 2:00 pm CST 7:30 pm CST 7:30 pm CST 3:00 pm CST 2:30 pm CST 1:00 pm CST 3:30 pm CST 4:00 pm CST

2010 TEXAS LONGHORNS FOOTBALL GUIDE

CLIENT: The University of Texas-Austin CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray The University of Texas-Austin is in the heart of Texas. The Texas Longhorns take pride in being one of the biggest contenders in the Big-12 Conference. Burnt orange and white are the school’s colors. When designing the football guide, using the school colors was the first thing that came to mind. Bringing together the unity of the fans, mascot and football players is key. The Longhorns community is a very close-knit family that love to show pride in not only the state, but the school as well.

HOME AWAY *Please note that all game times are subject to change. For more information on Longhorns Football, visit: longhornssports.com or call us at (512) 619-2000.

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THIRD EYE BLIND

THIRD EYE BLIND

ursa major

THIRD EYE BLIND / URSA MAJOR CREDITS: Stephan Jenkins - Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Percussion, Drums (Why Can’t You Be) Brad Hargreaves - Drums, Percussion, Piano Tony Fredianelli - Guitar, Backing Vocals, Keyboards THANKS to the following musicials who played on Ursa Major as well: Jon Evans - Bass, Tony Fredianelli - Guitar, Backing Vocals, Keyboards HORNS Matri Skinfil - Backing Vocals (Dao of St. Paul) , Arion Salazar - Bass (Bonfire)

PRODUCED BY Stephan Jenkins ENGINEERED BY Sean Beresford MIXED BY Sean Beresford MASTERED BY Vlado Meller PHOTOGRAPHY Eva Kolenko & Google DESIGN & ART DIRECTION Anton Murray MANAGEMENT Micro Management

Humble and inspired thanks to the members of Assembly and everyone who’s kept 3EB in their hearts and helped them bring about the time of Ursa Major. For a complete list of credits and thank you’s please see www.thirdeyeblind.com © Mega Collider Records

LABEL Mega Collider Records REPRESENTATION Tim Mandelbaum

DON’T BELIEVE A WORD Cigarette fingers amber stain Incriminating notes on a paper chain Did you ever get the feeling that you’ve been cheated I want to bust out I’ve not been defeated They’re all straw bones they hold no water Got the whiplash smile but this gets harder Time wound down and we’ve been cashed Cause half measures are all half assed How did I ever end up this way I’ve gone numb in disarray Cultivating my ignorance Didn’t we have some standards once I hate you down to your cowboy boots We wanted clever and we settled for stupid Threw it all away so indiscreet Like a bad boyfriend, just a dirty little cheat It’s a shallow vicious state of mind Like an angry chump getting dumped online Says give me back my photos will kill you Don’t believe a word Just keep on breathing Cause pretty soon Good King George will wake up screaming Our sound track is a soulless thing Some dull ache replaced the sting

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Rap stars brag about shooting each other Whatever happened to brother brother We like thugs when they attack And we like crime when it’s black on black Isn’t this you cool hearted fake Isn’t this more than you can take Don’t believe a word Just walk on by This moment will pass and then we all can get high Don’t believe it Just keep on breathing Cause pretty soon Good King George will wake up screaming Round up all the big linchpins I hope we don’t get fooled again All sensation makes no sense You got some insane confidence I can’t find myself, I can’t change the station In this corporate sell out hillbilly nation Scandalize now with such ease America give me back my keys Sand it blows and soldier squeeze Trigger on made up enemies For all abroad and all at al Till you come home, bring em home

THIRD EYE BLIND - URSA MAJOR CLIENT: Third Eye Blind CREATIVE DIRECTION: Anton Murray

PHOTOGRAPHY: Eva Kolenko

Third Eye Blind, a San-Francisco based alternative rock group has been playing hits since the mid90’s. Known for one of their most popular track of the ‘90s, “Semi-Charmed Life”, Third Eye Blind comes out with another album to not be forgetten, Ursa Major, released in 2009. The majority of the album was recorded overseas in Europe. When thinking of how to design a look that fit the European setting, creating an eye-catching cover first came to mind. Pushing the idea that Third Eye Blind is blasting back into the scene was my goal to make the album cover stand out from the rest.

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THE ARTISTIC BLUEPRINT CLIENT: Old Dominion University - Visual Arts Department

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GIVING BACK

CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/DESIGN: Anton Murray The Artistic Blueprint is a Tri-Annual newsletter for the Visual Art Department published by Old Dominion University. The newsletter spans over a variety of different subjects from artist interviews to campus happenings. By taking a closer look and exploring the Visual Arts Building, I was able to explore peices of artwork from a variety of students to gain a better perspective of their works to create a newsletter involving the students and community in a well-rounded artistic piece.

Alumni’s chance to make a difference in art program

The Tri-Annual Old Dominion University Student Art Newsletter

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ANOTHER NOTION OF TIMELESS OFFENSIVE NOTES Another Notion of Timeless Offensive Notes is a collection of twenty(20) poems written and edited by Anton Murray. The poems used in the book were carefully chosen and all have special meaning. From concept to construction, I proudly present to you, Another Notion of Offensive Notes. Top Left: The cover of the poem book, Another Notion of Timeless Offensive Notes, is divided into 5 sections that relate to the colors used on the front. Top Right: The light blue page relates to a section called “Love” in the poem book. The small window is there to engage the viewer to see what is behind the window. Bottom Left: The light green page, from the section “Imagination”, shows how the page looks to the viewer. Bottom Right: Upon opening the color page with the window, an image is revealed to the viewer that relates to the poem that is on the right side.

ANOTHER NOTION OF TIMELESS OFFENSIVE NOTES BOOK CLIENT: Myself CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/LAYOUT/CONSTRUCTOR OF BOOK: Anton Murray Another Notion of Timeless Offensive Notes is a collection of twenty(20) poems written and edited by Anton Murray. The poems used in the book were carefully chosen and all have special meaning. The colors used on the cover of the book correlate to the sections within the book. There is a window that conceals a picture(see left) that engages the viewer to look behind the page to view the full image. I chose to construct the book in such a way to challenge myself and make the book not only visually interesting but engaging to the viewer as well.

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“This book left me speechless. Definitely one of the best novels written by H.G. Wells.” -T. Howard

H.G. WELLS

“One of the best books I have read. Novelist H.G. Wells does it again! His imagination and plot for “War of the Worls” is beyond compare.” -F. Townsend

WAR OF THE WORLDS WAR OF THE WORLDS

The War of the Worlds (1898) is a science fiction novel by H. G. Wells. It describes the experiences of a character who travels through London as the Earth is invaded by Martians. It is said to be the first story that details a conflict between mankind and an alien race. The War of the Worlds is split into two parts : Book one: The Coming of the Martians and Book two: The Earth under the Martians. The novel is narrated by an unnamed writer of scientific articles. Throughout the narrative he struggles to reunite with his wife, while witnessing the Martians rampaging through the southern English counties. Part one also features the tale of his brother, who accompanies two women to the coast in the hope of escaping England as it is invaded by machines operated by aliens.

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H.G. WELLS

H.G. WELLS WAR OF THE WORLDS BOOK CLIENT: Myself CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT/PHOTOGRAPHY: Anton Murray H.G. Wells “War of the Worlds” book is nationally known across the United States. The science fiction novel by H.G. Wells describes the experiences of a character who travels through London as the Earth is invaded by Martians. The photograph used in the book cover is reminiscent a lonely landscape that further enforces the idea of alienation.

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HITTING THE BULLSEYE

There is no better feeling than to hit the bullseye. Sharp shooting is mandatory for all police officers on the ODU Police Department staff. They strive to be their best. Pictured are two police officers at the shooting range pointing at their targets after both hitting a bullseye.

ODU Police officer, Sgt. Huckless helping the elementary schoolers at Larchmont Elementary, located off of Hampton Boulevard.

Police and Pupils Supporting the community is also something that officers show pride in. Starting at a young age, children in the Norfolk area feels safe being helped with their work. At Larchmont Elementary, there are many playgrounds and areas for the children to play and know that they are safe.

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OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT YEARBOOK

ASSAULT RIFLE TRAINING

CLIENT: Old Dominion University Police Department CREATIVE DIRECTION/LAYOUT: Anton Murray The Old Dominion University Police Department asked me to design a layout of different images taken of the officers amongst the department. They also did not want to use many words, as they feared the viewer would be less interested in the yearbook. With that in mind, I chose to have brief descriptions of what was happening in the different spreads to help the viewer understand the significance of the images. Each layout is different and has elements that keep the viewer(s) engaged by telling a story with the least amount of text as possible.

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FUNXIONAL SKATE CO. GRIP GUM CLIENT: Funxional Skate Co. CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/LOGO DESIGNER/ILLUSTRATION/CONSTRUCTOR: Anton MurraY Funxional Skate Co. Grip Gum is a product designed for skaters from beginners to professionals. The grip gum is a dual-sided bar that provides added grip to the skate deck and added slip to the deck bottom for grinding. The grip gum is sold in an assortment of colors, including: light blue, red, green and yellow. There is no other skateboard accessory that is as unique as Funxional Skate Co. grip gum. Be prepat

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THE ALAMO DOWNTOWN, SAN ANTONIO

photo credit: preservationnation.com

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The 2010 Texas Calendar is a 12-month calendar that includes different sights in major cities across the state. Some of the cities include: Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi and many more. The calendar is tabloid size and meant to be hung on a wall for easy access. The calendar also includes major events in the United States.

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GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENT CLIENT: Myself CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/PHOTOGRAPHER/ILLUSTRATION: Anton Murray As graduation nears, I decided to design a graduation announcement that embodied me. Including a tassel, to represent the graduation, helped further reinforce the connection between myself and the upcoming graduation. I also decided to include a meaningful poem above the personal photograph.

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The National Science Foundation Commemorates

Excerpt from Martin Luther King , Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation. This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of their captivity. But one hundred years later, the Negro still is not free. One hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity. One hundred years later, the Negro is still languished in the corners...”

2008 National Theme: “Remember! Celebrate! Act! A Day On...Not A Day Off”

Sponsored by the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs

Monday, January 14, 2008 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Room 375 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Andrew B. Williams Associate Professor Department of Computer and Information Systems Spellman College

MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY CLIENT: National Science Foundation CREATIVE DIRECTION: Anton Murray Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an American holiday celebrated in the month of January each year. The significance of his leadership and willpower to lead a nation to believe that there would one day be equality for all, brought him to the forefront of a divided nation. The “I Have a Dream” speech is known nation-wide by many leaders and is still seen as one of the most influential speakers in the history of the United States. In thinking of a way to reinforce the idea of the powerful activist of the 1960’s, I chose to use a portion of his “I Have a Dream” speech on the back of the brochure.

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THE OAKMONT 3 level home (2,660 sq. ft.) Master Bedroom (20’ x 15’) Guest Bedroom I (16’ x 14’) Guest Bedroom II (14’ x 12’) Alt. Bedroom III (12’ x 12’) Two-Car Garage Built-in Fireplace Fenced in backyard Bungalow (in backyard)

AMENITIES

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA REAL-T HOMES brings you its new model home - The Oakmont is a bungalow Craftsman style home that features first floor master suite, his and hers walk-in closets, 3 full size bathrooms, 3 bedrooms plus a study that could be converted onto a 4th bedroom or a formal dining room. This home is still in construction and it is for sale. This house is approximately 2,660 sq. ft. including 3-season porch. All of the information is property of Real-T Homes. All Rights Reserved. Real-T Homes © 2010

Refrigerator Silestone Countertops ADT Home Security System Washer/Dryer Water Heater and much more!

REAL-T HOMES FOR MORE INFORMATION

THE OAKMONT CLIENT: Real-T Homes CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/LOGO DESIGNER/LAYOUT: Anton Murray

VISIT: REAL-T-HOMES.COM

Real-T Homes presents to you, The Oakmont. The Oakmont is a bungalow Craftsman style home that is featured on the Real-T Homes flyer. Using an inviting color scheme of a variation of greens keeps the viewer engaged. The client wanted to have the two-story home, at first glance, be appealing to an audience that was unfamiliar with their homes. On the right side of the home, you will find a list of specifications of the interior of the house, along with some amenities offered. Real-T Homes website also includes a brief description of the home below the photograph.

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INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS T-SHIRT CLIENT: Department of Recreation and Wellness CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/LOGO DESIGNER/ILLUSTRATION: Anton Murray The Department of Recreation and Wellness wanted a T-shirt for the champions of the following sports: volleyball, flag football, softball, soccer and basketball. While trying to keep a uniform feel of the illustrations of the sports, I decided to use “grey” feel so that there is not one sport overpowering the other. The equality of all sports was key in this design. The shirts were to be handed out and worn by all intramural champion athletes for their respective sports. The shirts were printed in small, medium, large, extra-large and double XL.

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TUNED INTO SOUND, A COMPANY BASED OUT OF WASHINGTON D.C. METROPOLITAN AREA SPECIALIZES IN GRAPHIC DESIGN AND MUSIC PRODUCTION. TAKING ORDINARY IDEAS AND BREATHING LIFE INTO THE MUSIC AND DESIGN BY UNDERSTANDING THE CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TWO SETS US APART. WE PROUDLY BRING TO YOU, TUNED INTO SOUND.

POSTAGE STAMP HERE TUNEDINTOSOUND 16536 Hayes Lane Woodbridge, VA 22192

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Graphic Designer/Music Producer

TUNEDINTOSOUND www.tunedintosound.com

16536 Hayes Lane Woodbridge, VA 22192 Tel: 703.599.7958 ANTON MURRAY murray.anton@gmail.com Graphic Designer/Music Producer

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TUNED INTO SOUND CLIENT: Tuned Into Sound CREATIVE DIRECTION/DESIGNER/ILLUSTRATOR/PHOTOGRAPHER: Anton Murray

TUNEDINTOSOUND

Tuned Into Sound is a graphic design/music production company based out of the Washington D.C. area. Formed in 2009 by Anton Murray, Tuned Into Sound has fine-tuned the ideology and close relationship between graphic design and music production. The headphone logo was designed to reinforce the idea of music and art. The business card, envelope, and letterhead are all consistant with one another to keep the design uniform.

TOP RIGHT: ENVELOPE (4.5” X 8.5”) MIDDLE: BUSINESS CARD (2” X 3.5”) BOTTOM LEFT: LETTERHEAD (8.5” X 11”)

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ANTON MURRAY 16536 Hayes Lane Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 murray.anton@gmail.com (703) 599-7958

WORK EXPERIENCE Old Dominion University Diversity Institute - Cohort 5 January 2010 - April 2010 Learn professional requirements related to operating in a diverse, multicultural, and/or global setting. Develop empathy and ability to operate and promote an inclusive climate. Develop communication skills needed in a pluralistic setting. Create an understanding of your own identity and how it impacts your interactions with others. Minimize the opportunity for trends of prejudice, discrimination, exclusion, and bias to continue. Gain recognition by ODU community as being committed to the opportunities and challenges of working in a global community. Old Dominion University Police Department · Graphic Designer November 2009 - May 2010 Constructed the pages of the yearbook from the index to the pages themselves. Responsible for placing photographs given to my by the police department. Responsible for illustrations in the yearbook where needed. Responsible for placing information content, not limited to: index, table of contents, sections, and police staff pages. Old Dominion University Student Recreation Center · Graphic Designer October 2009 - May 2010 Responsible for designing posters/flyers for any event being held by the Student Recreation Center. Responsible for working with the printers to ensure that any print job is completed and correct. Created logo/branding for 2010 Monarch Regional Basketball Tournament The Mace & Crown · Art & Design Director December 2008 - May 2010 Responsible for designing the layout of the newspaper from pre-press to production. Responsible for placing images, advertisements, and all text content within the newspaper. Responsible for finalizing the newspaper by uploading the document to the server. Responsible for training, familiarizing, and supervising three trainees with layout and content format for newspaper. Also traveled to the National Editorial Board Conference in Austin, Texas along with two other staff members to attend seminars on how a newspaper can be improved and bring back new ideas to the newspaper. U.S. Army Installation Management Command · Office Automation Clerk July 2009 - August 2009 Typed correspondence and other standardized documents using Microsoft Word. Provided clerical support for various projects. Designed promotional job opportunity business cards for relocation to San Antonio, Texas. Also created double-sided contact information business cards for employees within the department. U.S. Office of Government Ethics · Program Support Assistant May 2008 - August 2008 Design brochures, calendars, posters and a 3-Day newsletter for 16th National Ethics Conference in Orlando, Florida. Design eight ethics laws posters that were distributed nationwide during the conference. National Science Foundation · Office Automation Clerk December 2007 - January 2008 , May 2007 - August 2007 Designed banners and signs for the NSF’s Diversity Training Seminar. Designed the MLK Jr. Day program MLK Jr. Day 2008. Designed pamphlets for the Women’s Equality Day speakers. DallaVilla Designs · Graphic Design Intern February 2007 - May 2007 Assisted in re-formatting information and checking links in the database for the website construction of the N.C. Museum of Natural Science website. Department of Veterans Affairs · Office Automation Clerk May 2006 - August 2006 Type various correspondence, simple reports, and other standardized documents

EDUCATION Old Dominion University Bachelor of Fine Arts: Graphic Design Conc. (Degree expected: May 2010)

SKILLS/ACTIVITIES Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Flash [CS2/CS3/CS4] Fluent with Mac and Windows [Microsoft Office 2000+] Branding/Advertisement, Photography & Illustration

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EXPERIENCE THE MIND OF DESIGNER ANTON MURRAY THIS COLLECTION IS A COMPILATION OF TWENTY DESIGNS AS A GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDENT AT OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY. WITHIN ANTON MURRAY DESIGN BOOK, YOU WILL FIND A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT DESIGN MEDIUMS FROM BROCHURES TO BOOKS TO FREELANCE WORK. EACH PIECE HAS A SPECIAL MEANING TO THE DESIGNER. FROM THE TIME YOU OPEN THE BOOK, YOU WILL BE INTRODUCED TO A STYLE OF DESIGN YOU HAVE NEVER DREAMED OF. AMDB IS A BOOK THAT WILL KEEP YOU WANTING MORE AND MORE. BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR THE NEXT BOOK FROM THE SERIES, COMING SOON.


Anton Murray Design Book Portfolio