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Jesse Futter


Jesse Futter Occupation

Email Phone Website

Graphic Designer

jfutterdesign@gmail.com (443) 812-2019 jfutter.prosite.com


About Originally from Columbia, Maryland, I spent my college years in New York City. The change of pace and culture has forced me to grow exponentially, both as a designer and a person. Along with having a particular style of my own, my work is highly adaptable to other styles. The greatest asset of a graphic designer is the ability to emulate the style of a client while including a bit of their own style. I am always designing and expanding my skills and I am in search of positions that help and support this growth.


Contents Futter’s

p. 11-30

- Logo

p. 15

- Identity

p. 17

- Website

p. 19-21

- Coffee Packaging

p. 23

- Beer Carrier

p. 25

- Poster

p. 27

Healthful Direction

p. 31-48

- Logo

p. 35

- Identity

p. 37

- Brochure

p. 39

- Sample Packaging

p. 41

- Mantra of the Week handout

p. 43

- Recipe of the Week handout

p. 45


Contents (Cont.) Table for Two

p. 49-70

- Album Cover

p. 53

- CD Inserts

p. 55-57

- Limited Edition Coaster Set

p. 59

- Show Poster

p. 61

- T-Shirt

p. 63

- IPhone Cases

p. 65-67

Marymount Manhattan

p. 71-88

- Art Show Posters

p. 75-77

- Artist Statement Poster

p. 79

- Go Green Logo

p. 81

- Marymount Microfinance Innitiative Poster

p. 83


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Description

Futter’s is a bar concept done for my senior portfolio

class. In the kingdom of spirit animals, the bear is emblematic of grounding forces and strength. The bear has a dual nature. The “sleeping” (hibernating) and “waking” of the bear. There is good and evil, There is extroversion and introversion. In the case of this bar the bear represents a calm coffee house and your classic bar experience.

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Side A

Side B

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Your time. Your mind. Your health.

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Your time. Your mind. Your health.

Description

Branding done for Healthful Directions LLC, a

health coaching company. Focusing on food sensitivities and nutrition, Healthful Directions seeks to help their clients achieve to their ultimate health. Using their chosen color scheme, the branding contains business cards, logo, brochure, and various materials for their clients.

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Your time. Your mind. Your health.

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Your time. Your mind. Your health.

Side A

3.1.2014

Are you ready for a change, don’t waste another minute doing the same thing. Let me work with you, so you can learn to build in healthy behaviors and patterns that will last you a lifetime. You will look better, feel better and get to your ultimate health.

Side B

Call me, Abby Futter,CIC, Health Coach at 443-326-7278

Abby Futter Owner

11026 Two Ships Court Columbia, MD 21044 443-326-7278 healthfuldirections@gmail.com www.healthfuldirections.com

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Side A

Side B

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Front

Back

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Mantra of the Week

Keep moving forword. Your time. Your mind. Your health.

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Recipe of the Week Ingredients (makes 8-10 patties) 2 1/2 cup cooked and mashed sweet potatoes (2-3 potatoes) 2-3 cups chopped kale 1/4 cup ground flax seed 1/2 cup water 1 diced onion 2 minced garlic 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon coriander cayenne pepper to taste olive oil for frying chickpea (besan) flour for coating patties Directions In a small dish add ground flax seeds and water and let sit while you do step 2. In a small frying pan heat oil and cook onions and garlic until fragrant and soft. Approximately 3 minutes. In a medium size bowl add sweet potatoes, kale, cooked onions, garlic, soaked flax seeds, salt, pepper, coriander, and cayenne. Stir to fully combine. Heat pan again with oil to a medium heat. Add approximately 1/2 cup chickpea flour to a plate. Take approximately 1/2 cup of sweet potato mixture and make a patty and roll or pat into chickpea flour and coat both sides. Add patties to pan and fry for 5-10 minutes on each side or until a light brown. Serve. Your time. Your mind. Your health.

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Description

Table for Two is a folk alternative band from New

York City. The work is based on the specific style of the band. Various work includes album cover and cd inserts, graphics, various marketing material, and consumer products.

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Box Open with Leather Coasters

Box Closed

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MarymountManhattan

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MarymountManhattan

Description

Various

Posters

commissioned

by

Marymount

Manhattan College for their Hewitt Gallery of art. Following the posters are logos commissioned by clubs at the college. The work seeks to keep the feeling of the college while protraying the certain asthetic of each item’s purpose.

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Self-similarity in Math, Nature and Art September 29 – October 31, 2013 Opening reception: Thursday, October 3, 6 to 8pm

Hewitt Gallery of Art Marymount Manhattan College 221 East 71st Street New York, NY 10021 Hours: Mon-Sun 9am-9pm

Artists: Samwell Freeman Susan Happersett John Hiigli Michelle Hinebrook Caleb Nussear Jascha Owens Devin Powers John Sims Joan Waltemath Curated by Hallie Cohen and Samwell Freeman For information: hcohen@mmm.edu

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Figment of You’re Imagination: Demons

Artist Statement

These images were created by starting off a portrait in a very sketchy state. I then look in the seemingly random marks to find faces and figures. The process is meant to emulate how our minds wander at night. We see things in the shadows and develop them into vivid entities. Just as our mind creates these images at night, I use the same principals to try to recreate that emotion in a piece of art.

Hypnagogic Hallucination Hypnagogic hallucination is episodes of seeing and hearing things as one is falling asleep. These dreams can be frightening and can often cause a sudden jerk and arousal just before sleep onset. Hypnagogic hallucinations can occur at sleep onset, either during daytime sleep episodes or at night. They are usually quite vivid, and often involve vision. The visual hallucinations usually consist of simple forms – colored circles or parts of objects – that are constant or changing in size. People may also see the image of an animal or a person, and are more often in color. Auditory hallucinations are also common, but other senses are seldom involved. Hypnagogic hallucinations are dreams that intrude on wakefulness, which can cause visual, auditory, or touchable sensations. They occur between waking and sleeping, usually at the onset of sleep, and can also occur about 30 seconds after a cataleptic attack.

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Go Green

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MMFI

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