JESSIE HALL GRAPHIC DESIGN PORTFOLIO
Contents Window Shopping
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Posters 2 - 8 Publication 9 Newspaper 10 - 13 Japanese Restaurant 14 - 15 Cardiff Centenery Celebrations 16 - 19 Pop-up Posters 16 - 17 Graphic panels 18 - 19 Foodbank
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Trolley Wrap 20 Holiday campaign posters 21 - 22 Marlpit Community Pub 23 - 24 Stephen Fry Poster Competition 25 Lurpak Re-brand Competition 26 International Pillow Fight Day 27 - 29 Appreciating the Unappreciated 30 - 31 Cardboard Cafe 32 Kulturhavn Festival 33
Saravanaa Bahvan Indian Mezze
A project designed to draw attention to cheap advertisements and decorative details in shop windows and restaurants on the high street. Each image has been enhanced using photo editing and screen printing to transform it into a piece of visual art, rather than something a passer by wouldnâ€™t look twice at.
Tooting Islamic Centre Stickers
Tenessee Express Fast Food Outlet
Freezeland Tilapia Fillets
Amal Kebab Kebab Sign
Food and Wine Newsagents Self Advertising
Istanbul Meze Mengul
Istanbul Meze Mengul
Fry Up Door
Alanka Travel Gold Foil
Polish Delicatessen Cutouts
A publication containing the posters, which can be removed and put on display. 9.
Poster Tear out 10.
A newspaper designed to accompany the publication as a type of information brochure/ promotional product. 11.
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Again using a mixture of block and halftone printing. The block colour helps frame the CMYK image and complements the colours of the food.
Examples of digital and printed layout found within the newspaper.
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If properly aligned it is still possible to get a solid three dimensional image using cmyk screenprinted layers. This tomato as an example, it pops out of the picture just as it does in the original photograph.
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Illustrated imitations of advertisements found in a Japanese Restaurant. These photographs inspired the project, â€˜Window Shoppingâ€™.
JACK CARDIFF CENTENARY CELEBRATION
CREATIVE COLLISIONS AND GREAT YARMOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL PRESENTS
jac k cardiff
master of light and colour a c e n te n a r y c e l e b r ati o n A special exhibition honouring the extraordinary life and work of Jack Cardiff, the world famous cinematographer and director who was born in Great Yarmouth in 1914.
FREE EXHIBITIONS AND DAILY FILM SCREENINGS
OPEN 10:00AM - 5:00AM SHOWING TIMES Sunday June 8th 2:00 pm Animation Showcase
Wednesday June 11th 2:30 pm The Red Shoes (1948)
7:30 pm Cameraman - The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff (2011) - £10
Thursday June 12th 11:00 am The Vikings (1958)
Monday June 9th 2:30 pm A Matter Of Life And Death (1946)
Friday June 13th 2:30 pm The African Queen (1951)
7:00pm Student Film Showcase - £2
Sunday June 15th 2:30pm War And Peace (1956)
Tuesday June 10th 2:30 pm Black Narcissus (1947)
7:00pm Sons And Lovers (1960)
June 7th - June 15th 2014 Plus: Jack Cardiff Cut-Outs trail at various venues across the town and ‘Watch The Birdie’ a free illustrated talk by Paul Godfrey about the use of comic cartoon cut-out boards by the beach photographers of Great Yarmouth 1890 - 1965 on Wednesday June 11th at 5:30 pm Visit www.greatyarmouthartsfestival.co.uk or see festival brochure for more details
A project commisioned by Creative Collisions Youth Arts Network, designing pop up posters, for the Jack Cardiff Centenery Celebrations; part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival 2014. The brief was to design the layout, imagery and colour pallet for the Filmography, Biography and Main pop up poster, giving information about the exhibition.
The Jack Cardiff Centenery Celebration Creative Collisions Youth Arts Network was one of the first groups in the UK to receive a Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant to celebrate the achievements of one of the town’s most famous residents. Jack Cardiff was born in Great Yarmouth in 1914 and became a double Oscar winning Hollywood cinematographer working alongside the world’s most famous directors and stars on films such as Black Narcissus and A Matter of Life and Death. Earlier this year a blue plaque was erected at his birthplace in Standard Place. The project involved thirty five students a range of creative activities to highlight Cardiff’s incredible career and contribution to the history of cinema. Young photographers enjoyed a portrait photography master class with professional photographer Andi Sapey. Inspired by Cardiff’s pioneering lighting techniques, they made portraits of Great Yarmouth Archaeological Society members. Film students worked with director Guy Myhill, actress Marama Corlett and author Professor Giles Foden to create short films inspired by Cardiff’s home movies.
A special centenary exhibition was held at St. Georges Theatre; Cardiff’s own photographs, memorabilia and awards, including his two Oscars, were displayed along with a documentary about his life and daily screenings of his movies. Students worked with Matthew Harrison and Exhibitions Coordinator Alison Hall to plan and install the exhibition and young graduates led on graphic design and text writing. Film & media students documented the project from start to finish. They received interview training at BBC Voices and interviewed members of Jack Cardiff’s family. “I can’t begin to put into words how honoured I am to have had the opportunity to do what I did, and yes it may have been something small but in memory of such an incredible man made the opportunity massive” Great Yarmouth College student. Creative Collisions is an imaginative new Youth Arts Network for Great Yarmouth where like minded young people can share ideas, produce events and exhibitions and communicate opportunities in the arts. It is supported by Time & Tide Museum and six high schools and colleges.
As part of the Great Yarmouth Arts Festival, students worked with artist Matthew Harrison to create The Cardiff Cut Outs; ‘end of the pier’ style painted boards inspired by posters from Cardiff’s films. These were placed around town to form a trail guided by a student designed map.
Graphic panel displaying Creative Collisions supporting work behind the Cardiff Centenary Exhibition.
Wide Open - Water Ways Walks with Young Photographers. ‘He who uses his eyes gets more fun out of a country walk than he who goes over the ground as if he were racing for a wager.’ Arthur H. Patterson On a baking hot day in August a group of GCSE Photography students from Great Yarmouth High School visited the Roman Fort at Burgh Castle. They spent the morning experimenting with 35mm Digital SLR Cameras. Taking their inspiration from Arthur H. Patterson’s photography they have manipulated their images to look older and more curious using contemporary Photoshop skills. The photo montage in this gallery has been created to look like something that has evolved over many years. The ‘Roman coin’ casts were made using textures & materials collected that day. The second walk took place at Breydon Water on a crisp clear October morning. Young photographers from East Norfolk Sixth Form took along their 35mm film cameras and shot several rolls of film. After the walk they worked with exhibition coordinator Alison Fisher to find out more about the artists featured in Water Ways and think how they might display their work. Back at school the students have processed their negatives in the dark room in the traditional way and then scanned them to create these digital prints.
Graphic panels displaying Creative projects run by Creative collisions
FOODBANK Designs created in support of Norwich Foodbank.
Trolley wrap being displayed in the local waitrose Interactive design to encourage supermarket customers to donate food to the foodbank. The idea is that the table on the image is cut out, so you can see the food in the trolley, giving the impression you have put the food on their table.
HOLIDAY CAMPAIGN POSTERS
Christmas Collection Point Poster. A play on the idea of a food bank. This is a fun way of seeing what items are approriate to donate.
Easter campaign poster supporting Norwich Foodbank. Using HOPE as an abbreviation to spell out Help Other People Eat
Food (and Fun) In School Holidays
www.norwichfoodbank.co.uk email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 01603 251733 Reg. Ltd Co. No 7051996 Reg in England & W=528 Gift aid No. XT22368, Patrons: Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, delia Smith CBE & Susan Hill CBE.
A design requested by the foodbank to promote FISH (Food/Fun In School Holidays).
Self initiated poster designed for FISH, giving example of the ‘fun’ activities that are involved. 22.
THE MARLPIT COMMUNITY PUB
MARLPIT COMMUNITY PUB
Experimental logo designs, campaigning for the reopening of the Marlpit Community Pub 23.
THE MARLPIT a local to l ve! Final Logo Design
White logo printed onto navy blue t-shirts
Click on this image to read an EDP article on the campaign 24.
STEPHEN FRY: LIVE
JOHNSON/MACKAY & PENGUIN PRESENTS
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY...
! ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
7.30pm October 1 2014 www.stephenfry.com/events A poster designed as a competition entry for Stephen Frys UK tour, promoting the release of his new autobiography ‘More Fool Me’. The brief was to capture the essence of Stephen Fry, whilst also including details of the sponsorships, tour dates and venues.
A competition entry for Design in sight. The brief was to rebrand a well known product using research techniques.
INTERNATIONAL PILLOW FIGHT DAY
Promotional posters and animated gifs, recounting a pillow fight that took place all over the world. This particular fight was staged in trafalgar square. 27.
Scanimation of two girls pillow fighting
Invitation on reverse side of scanimation
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APPRECIATING THE UNAPPRECIATED
Documenting the unappreciated and neglected. One mans waste is another mans treasure. 30.
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A cafe produced purely from cardboard. Designed as a charity fundraiser. The idea is to donate what you feel a cup of tea is worth into the tea pot. Click on either image to view animatedd gif 32.
A Poster designed as a competion entry for the Kulturhavn Fesitval in Copenhagen. The idea is that the ‘Kulturhavn’ has been made into a brand of drink, that’s contents is made up of the cultural acts, which you are able to soak up and enjoy.