Jaina Warren Digital Portfolio Book

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DESIGN + ILLUSTRATION


CONTACT

INFORMATION


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CAPSTONE

PROJECT


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CAPSTONE PROJECT: St. Croix Educational Week

• Week long educational campaign to get students out of the classroom. • Inspired by my love of history, outdoors, and the island of St. Croix. • Colors and illustrations inspired by the vibrant culture, traditions and history of the USVI. • Creation of a campaign and a new logo.

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+about U s Reinventing Learning

Sponsored by Department of Education, St. Croix Educational Week was created to get students out of the classroom, their text books and out into the world.

+ExperiencE Our Purpose

Activities

Environment +Learn How to Cook

+D etails When &Where

The journey begins on school grounds. Busses will arrive on campus at 9:00 AM to pick students up from their respective campuses. Food and drink will be available on site at 12pm.

How to Participate

Students must create an account online to enjoy this experience to the fullest level in order to track progress and have a chance of winning a prize at the end of everyday during the program.

week

L ong Excursion

+D ay 01 Christiansted

Christiansted is a town on the northern shore of St. Croix, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

+D ay 02 Frederiksted

Frederiksted is both the town and one of the two administrative districts of St. Croix.

+D ay 03 Agriculture

Food, farming, and fun, agriculture has always been an integral part of the St. Croix community and culture.

+D ay 04 Local Food Traditions

Recipes and culinary traditions from Africa, Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands contribute to our local menus.

+D ay 05 Ocean Conservation

St. Croix possesses many ecological treasures, several of which are being preserved for their value as natural areas and wildlife habitat.

A ctivity map Here’s a quick look at where the festivities will be taking place across the island. On monday students will be heading to Christiansted, Tuesday to Frederiksted, Wednesday and Thursday to the Department of Agriculture, and finally on Friday to the Sandy Point Refunge.

L ocal Food Traditions Christiansted

agriculture frederiksted ocEan conservation

day 5 - ocean conservation

+Interact With the

day 4 - local food traditions

+Interaction With Locals

day 3 - agriculture

+Treasure Hunt

day 2 - frederiksted

+Learn the Basics of Farming

day 1 - christiansted

To engage the young minds of St. Croix in a manner that brings them into the real world and out of there textbooks. We hope to instill a sense of curiosity and a desire to learn more. Through this one week experience we plan to educate and inform them of the island paradise of St. Croix, but make this learning experience an enjoyable time that will foster a deeper connection with the place they call home.







PUBLICATION

DESIGN



1946 Charles is the subject of a"one man show"at

MoMA, New York at which George Nelson persuades the Herman Miller company to hire him.

1964 After years of making

Eventually everything

1948 Charles and Eero Saarinen win MoMA's Low

Cost Furniture Competition with a design for a fiberglass chaise longue.

1949 Construction begins of the two Case Study Houses designed by the Eames in Pacific Palisades: one for themselves, the other designed with and as a home for the architect John Entenza.

connects — people, ideas,

promotional films for IBM, the Eames design the IBM Pavilion at the New York World's Fair.

1968 Power of Ten, one of the

objects...the quality of the connections is the key

Eames' most influential films, is produced.

to quality per se...I don't believe in this 'gifted few'

1978 Charles Eames dies in Los Angeles.

concept, just in people

1950 The Good Design exhibition series starts at MoMa

featuring many of the Eames' designs. They design the (unbuilt) Billy Wilder House.

1952 Launch of the first version of the interlocking

House of Cards. Henceforth, he Eames are increasingly reoccupied with films, games and puzzles.

1988 Ray Eames dies ten years

doing things they are really interested in doing.

to the day after Charles' death.

They have a way of getting good at whatever it is. — Charles Eames

1956 Lounge Chair goes on sale. 1958 The Eames complete an official report idesign

education in India. Launch of the Aluminium Series of office furniture.

PUBLICATION DESIGN:

BIOgraphy | All THINGS EAMES 4

biography | All THINGS EAMES 5

Eames Book

FURNITURE & ARCHITECTURE

PLASTIC & PLYWOOD

The furniture was particularly influential. Beginning in 1950, the plywood and plastic pieces received considerable publicity in leading Western European design magazines, such as Domus and Bauen Lund Wohnen, and department stores.9 It inspired many designers, particularly in the countries of Italy, West Germany, France, Britain, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia.10

• Bright and colorful images match their spirit and creativity.

HERMAN MILLER FURNITURE COMPANY Eames furniture was manufactured and distributed by the Herman Miller Furniture Company, or by firms under license to it, all over the world. The

• Used black and white imagery paired with vibrant color overlays.

management of Herman Miller was horrified at the first imitations of the molded plastic shell furniture but soon realized that this did not stop the upward sweep of the sales curve of the originals. More than 5 million of the chairs were sold in the 25 years after they were first produced.11 All over the world people experienced these chairs and other pieces of Eames furniture

• Cutouts and hand made collages guide the viewer across the pages and provide insight into the Eames aesthetic.

in offices, schools, colleges, and homes.

9. Reyner Banham, “Klarheit, Ehrlichkeit, Einfachkeit . . . and wit too!” in Blueprints, pp. 184-187 10. See Holland in Vorm, ed. G. Staal and H. Wolters (Haarlem, 1987), which illustrates furniture very derivative of that of the Eameses by W. Rietveld, U. Gispen, F. Kramer, and C. Braakman. See also Gingerich, “Conversation with Charles Eames;”p. 329; Wilk, “Eames Furniture: Antecedents and Progeny,” and Guy Julier, “Radical modern¬ism in contemporary Spanish design” in Modernism in Design, ed. P. Greenhalgh (London, 1990), p. 222. 11. Gingerich, “Conversation with Charles Eames,” p. 328. 12. Banham, “Klarheit,” pp. 184-187. 13. For example, the Hopkins House, in London (Michael and Patti Hopkins, 1975) and the Sainsbury Centre, in Norwich (Norman and Wendy Foster, 1974-1978).

CHAPTER 2 | All THINGS EAMES 16

CHAPTER 2 | All THINGS EAMES 17


PUBLICATION DESIGN: Issues Booklet

• Topic: human over use and destruction of natural resources. • Predominantly red and white color palette intended to express the violence of the subject matter. • Original illustrations and custom numbers typeface support the tone.






BANTU KNOTS

What Does “Bantu” Mean?

Bantu Knots hairstyle

Bantu Knots are created by twisting the hair around till it curls up on itself and tucking it underneath the knot. Photographer unknown.

“Bantu” is a widely used term used to describe the 300 to 600 ethnic groups within southern Africa. There’s no standard language, but interestingly enough, “Bantu,” which means “people,” remains consistent across the different groups. Bantu knots also are known as Zulu knots because the Zulu people, a Bantu ethnic group, are the originators of the look we love and wear today.

Natural Hair Roots | 6

Natural Hair Roots | 7

PUBLICATION DESIGN:

Journey Project | Natural Hair

BANTU KNOTS: Legacy

• Created a booklet that teaches the important and often forgotten history of Africans culture and traditions surrounding natural hair before the time of slavery.

Today the hairstyle has been reinvented in several ways, and still remains a staple for Black women around the world, especially those wearing their hair in natural styles. They are worn by African women of certain cultural groups with a sense of pride and are a strong representation of women in the community wearing a natural hairstyle passed down from generation to generation. Although many African-Americans do not know where their roots lie in Africa, it’s an amazing feat that we have been able to keep this tradition and style alive in our communities and families today.

• Researched patterns and symbols with significant meaning and used them throughout the booklet spreads. • Designed to be part of a larger series about hair in African culture.

Natural Hair Roots | 10

Natural Hair Roots | 11



CORPORATE

IDENTITY



CORPORATE IDENTIT Y: Je’Lal Criollo Chocolate

• Created brand idea and model • Extensive name and tagline research and design • Brand applications and standards • Visual and verbal branding


CORPORATE IDENTIT Y: Assemble | Existing Brand Redesign

• Redesign of nonprofit organization. • Unique logo that mirrors fitting together separate component parts. • New logo design and typography choices.


A Community Space for the Arts and Tech

ASSEMBLE

ASSEMBLE

ASSEMBLE


BaliSpirit


Experience

one of the world’s most inspiring

yoga

festivals

on the idyllic island of Bali.

The BaliSpirit Festival embodies the core mantra of Balinese Hinduism :

The festival venue Bali Purnati is located just 20 minutes drive to the South of central Ubud, surrounded by lush green rice fields with a blessed river flowing down below.

Tri Hita Karana

to live in harmony with our natural environments spiritual, social,

Day Passes and Music Passes can be purchased at the Gate. If you have purchased your passes online, you can pick up your wristbands by showing your ID and printed ticket (or confirmation number) at the Venue.

Through the traditions of yoga, dance, healing and world music, the BaliSpirit Festival attracts over 5000 people from all over the world every year. The 7-day, 8-night Festival offers you a wide range of events to choose from between 8am – 11pm each day over 1 week, in 2019 from March 24 - 31, such as interactive workshops & seminars, a lively community market & healing center, a children’s activity zone, yoga classes and vibrant night time programs of live Bhakti music concerts, ecstatic dance and DJs, set among the picturesque rice-fields of Ubud, Bali.

The venue is accessible by the Spirit Shuttle bus or by your own method of transportation (parking is located about 5min walk from the venue).

JOIN THE EXPERIENCE

Our Story And History

At BaliSpirit Festival, you will find a diverse range of opportunities to try something radically new and immerse yourself into a fully self-guided experience.

The goal of the BaliSpirit Festival is to awaken and nourish each individual’s potential for positive change within.

We offer over 300 workshops over the course of the festival and you do not need to register for any of them - our tickets give unlimited access so you can attune to your inner guide and simply drop in or out of any class.

Yayasan Bali Purnati

Bali Spirit Festival

taking place

Venue

Jl. Gunung Abang, Br. Penataran, Batuan, Sukawati, Batuan, Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582

CORPORATE IDENTIT Y:

global community, world music and well-being,

celebrating

2019 LINE-UP

What is Bali Spirit Festival?

Leading to positive change in our homes, in our communities, and around the world. Through beneficial and inspirational traditions of yoga, Dance, and Music. Committed, particularly, to nourishing our own home in Bali, the founders of the BaliSpirit Festival pledge to provide financial, logistical, and organizational support to local charities, with a special emphasis on children’s programs, multicultural education and performance, healthcare, HIV& AIDS awareness, and environmental conservation in Bali and greater Indonesia. The BaliSpirit Festival was founded as a premier international and holistic wellness and world music destination event that contributes positively to the ecological health, cultural vibrancy, and overall vitality of Bali and greater Indonesia.

MARCH 27

MARCH 26

MARCH 24

Tuesday

DAY 4

Wednesday

14:15

07:00

14:30

07:00

12:15

Asana, Pranayama, Meditation & Life A Seamless Process

Yoga & Shamanism

Asana, Pranayama, Meditation and Life: A Seamless Process

Forgotten Movement

Anahata Inner Healing For Outer Manifestation

Live Balinese Music

15:00

Mark Whitwell

Kirtan with Punnu Wasu Punnu Wasu

08:00

16:00

Daniela Garza Rios

Mark Whitwell

10:00 Sound of Yoga Mantra Franko Heike

10:15 Thai Yoga Massage and Fascia Therapy Carlos Romero

12:00 Mindfulness For Kids Lela

13:00 Reggae Dancehall Experience Ska and Reggae Foundation Latonya Style

Danny Paradise

360° Mandala Flow

5 Elements Dance Activation

09:00

with Monkey Man Cozi

15:00 Kirtan with Franko

17:00

Yoga For Beginners Lesly Damai

Ramsey Kattan

Burudu

10:00

19:00

19:00

Sufi Shruti - A Journey Into the Voice

Haji Basim

16:15 Burudu

Lighting the Heart Fire

Ramsey Kattan

A ceremonial night of ritual storytelling, song, and dance featuring many of the festival’s incredible women.

11:00 Ethereal Explorations Dance With Live Music

DAY 6 Friday

08:00

Jess Johnson Jess Magic

Daniel Gellerw

14:15

09:30

Gaia Dance

(ages 6-10) David Barnes

Izzat - Mr. Fusion

17:30 SUNSET SWESSION Fire Circle Family Jam

HAJI BASIM

10:00 Watsu & Healing Dance Aquatic Bodywork

20:00

Michael Hallock

21:45 PACHAMANTRA Raio

KIRTAN with HARIBHAKTI DEY Haribhakti Dey

10:15

23:00

Embodied Fit Flow

Sacred Chocolate Cacao

Daniel “Sonic” Rojas

DAY 7

saturday

MARCH31

THursdAY

14:00

Fun and safe games and social activities for kids

Jim Beckwith

DAY 5

Nuthan Manohar

Budokan Yoga

Franko Heke

Alternate Understandings Of Your Human Experience

Malaika Darville

MARCH 30

• Brush textures for an organic handmade feel, mandala design, logo redesign, energetic and spirited color palette and imagery, and hand brushed type design.

DAY 3

08:00

MARCH 29

• Complex self mailer layout.

monday

Opening Party ft. We Speak Dance

The daytime line-up reflects the rich variety of activities on offer at the festival, including: Yoga workshops, Traditional Balinese performances, Bhakti Music, Kirtan, Capoeira, Meditation, Sound Healing and Ecstatic dance. There are a huge number of seminars and Satsangs available from Health and Nutrition, Personal Development, Ayurveda, Vedic Astrology and so much more! There are classes for all levels, for absolute beginners to handstand lovers across all traditions of yoga including: Vinyasa Flow, Kundalini, Hatha, Jivamukti, Astanga, Laughter Yoga, Afro Flow, Children’s yoga and more! All our teachers, presenters and artists joining us at BaliSpirit Festival from all over the world are passionate about sharing knowledge to enrich, support and enlighten everyone joining the festival.

DAY 2

19:00 Abundance Passholders Events Special Events (extra FEES apply)

MARCH 28

• Festival branding for the Bali Spirit Festival.

SUNDAY

MARCH 25

US Postage PAID City, State Permit#194

Program GUIDE

DAY 1

DAY 8 SUNDAY

07:00

13:00

08:00

13:30

07:00

12:30

08:30

13:45

Anahata ~ Inner Healing For Outer Manifestation

Reggae Dancehall Experience - New School Dancehall (all ages)

Sufi Movement Meditation

Cosmic Hoop Jam For All

Anahata Inner Healing Meditation

Reggae Dancehall Experience - Street Flow

Flow Practice

Afro House

9:00

14:30

9:00

15:00

Yoga For Nature Achieving Sustainability And Peace

Freeing The Natural Voice Giving Power To Your Words

Nuthan Manohar

08:00 Budokan Yoga Daniel Geller

10:15 Embodied Fit Flow

Daniel “Sonic” Rojas

10:45 Magical Storytelling (all ages) Curly

12:15 Acro Yoga Play Jam Lisa Looping

Latonya Style

15:00

Amber Sawyer

Yoga For Beginners

Francie Fishman

Yoga of Sound

Lesly Damai

Kate Porotto andJulian Silburn

Kirtan with Govind Das Govind Das

10:00

16:00

17:30

Watsu & Healing Dance Aquatic Bodywork

Trance Dance

SUNSET SESSION Fire Circle Family Jam Solfeggio Sound Healing Julian Silburn

Michael Hallock

10:45 Awakening The Play (kids all ages)

Nuthan Manohar

08:00 Qi Gong

Simon Calder

Forest Schrodt

09:00

17:45

Overcoming Limits ~ Clearing Through Your Personal Blocks

Soundhealing Meditation Sundari

Baji Grace

10:00

21:45

Hannah Star

00:00

Voice Activation

PACHAMANTRA

12:15

AFTER PARTY with BRIAN HARTMAN

12:00

Raio

23:00 Sacred Chocolate Cacao Ceremony Closing

Balinese Live Music Urban Ayurveda

Brian Hartman

Herbert Quinteros Herbert Quinteros

Latonya Style

13:30 Hip Hop Basics Jonny Cann

14:30 SoulFULL Song & Cacao Ceremony with Elah & AuSierra Elah & AuSierra

15:00 Kirtan With Lulu and Mischka Lulu and Mischka

18:15 Sound Journey And Clear Transmissions Skylove & Claire Costello

Tymi Howard

Phil Dickenson

10:00 Family Music Jam Achim and Miriam

11:00 Rising Souls

Hartmut & Petra Bez

12:15 Kids Balinese Dance Performance

Vandana Hart

Jake Wyatt

16:00 Healing Masculinity Eamon Armstrong

21:40 KAMAU

Kamau Abayomi

22:15 AMARU PUMAC KUNTUR Amaru Pumac Kuntur

00:00 RAIO (DJ SET)

Dharma FEstival The daytime Dharma Fair is the heart of the festival community with a thriving market place and community Coco Love Stage. At the festival you can join us daily from 8.00am–10.00pm with world class teachers, guest presenters, yogis, artists, healers, innovative thinkers and musicians from around the world as we celebrate music, tolerance, peace, cultural curiosity and joy in the stunning setting of Purnati.



PACK AGING

DESIGN



PACK AGING DESIGN: Folgers Simply Gourmet | Flex Pack

• Rich red color with gold finishes gives a sense of luxury, richness, and extravagance. • Rebranding and redesigning Folgers Simply Gourmet line. • Maintained the signature red color that they originally removed for this new line, in order to maintain their brand recognition.


PACK AGING DESIGN: Shandy Carib | Festival Season

• Special limited edition seasonal drink concept design and illustration. • Inspired by United States Virgin Islands Festival Season. • Colors and illustrations inspired by the vibrant culture, traditions and history of the USVI. • Specialty sustainable carrier that allows the illustrations to be seen easily. • Logo redesign for the original logo.




MULTIMEDIA



MULTIMEDIA DESIGN: Kinetic Type Video

• Adobe After Effects Kinetic type lyric music video for Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” • Developed a set of colorful backgrounds to capture the spirit of the 80s and of Whitney’s original song and music video. • 80s inspired neon sign typography.



ILLUSTRATION


ILLUSTRATION: Graphic Memoir

• Illustrate a personal event in my life and visually tell my story. • Refine the beginning, middle and ending of my narrative so that it can be told in 3 to 4 pages with 3 to 6 panels on each page. • Hone text and images to a conducive and fluent style.



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ILLUSTRATION: Editorial | NY Times Op Ed

• Task was to explore visual metaphors and stylize a black and white image based upon separate videos from New York Times’ Op-Docs. • Used wordplay, free association and brainstorming to create interesting and engaging compositions. • From left to right: The Church Forests of Ethiopia, Sinking Islands, Floating Nation, and The Toys of War.

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ILLUSTRATION: Vinyl Album Cover

• Redesign for the cover for the Weeknd’s album, After Hours. • Paying close attention to the musical genre, themes and aesthetic inherent to the music. • Match musical style with a visual interpretation of graphics.


ILLUSTRATION:

Editorial | Burger Tasting Like Wine

• Task was to conceptualize and stylize an image based upon a video This American Life. • This image was based upon an excerpt from an episode called “The Room Where It Happens.” • Inspired by their discussion of quickly tasting a burger, then spitting it into a cup, similar to the act of wine tasting.


ILLUSTRATION: Playing Cards | Aztec Mythology

• Task was to create three playing cards based upon Mayan mythology. • From left to right: Tezcatlipoca, Aztec god of Night and Smoking Mirrors. Tlaloc, Aztec god of Rain and Fertility. Tonatiuh, Aztec god of the Sun. • Larger than life personalities and gods biased upon traditional art and illustrations from the Aztec civilizations. • Using traditional and digital mediums (Adobe Photoshop).




ILLUSTRATION: Inktober | Red Themed

• Ink drawing challenge that happens every year during the month of October. • One ink drawing a day for the entire month. • Drawing prompts change each day. • Interesting to conceptualize and complete a unique drawing every day.


ILLUSTRATION: Weekly Sketches

• Tasked with drawing and sketching new concepts each week. • Experimented with different mediums such as: colored pencil, ink pens, highlighters, pencil, and etc.





ILLUSTRATION: Digital Landscape Painting

• Inspired by the outdoors. • Experimented with shape design, hue, textured brushes, and contrast. • Learned how to express the 3D effect of atmospheric perspective in a 2D digital format.



ILLUSTRATION: Character Illustration

• Fun and interesting ideas that come to mind every once in a while. • Enjoy drawing and coming up with new characters and ideas. • Always open to learning how to draw new concepts and ideas.




INTERNSHIP

WORK


INTERNSHIP:

Logo Design | Irish Design Center

• Create a set of individual logos to exist under a parent logo for the Irish Design Center. • Researched celtic art and design. • Logos are inspired by celtic traditions, customs, and history. • From left to right: The Tree of Life, The Flowering Shamrock, and Connemara marble, the national gem of Ireland.



INTERNSHIP:

Logo Design | Lincoln Lions

• Public school’s athletic division logo design. • Sketched multiple lions in different poses and compositions. • Created a logo that could be used multiple ways for multiple applications.




INTERNSHIP:

Logo Design | Wellfleet Oysters

• Make common imagery distinctive for a custom logo. • Interacted with the client over email to exchange ideas. • Explored a variety of illustration styles and type treatments in order to find the client’s unique voice.


CONTACT

INFORMATION


340.514.4649 www.jainawarren.me jainaawar@gmail.com