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is the Executive Show Poster Mastermind for The Revelation of June Paul. She is also the art director for the Univeristy of Michigan Law School and does graphic design in her spare time too. She loves looking at life through a photographic lens and garden-picked tomatoes with salt.


I started working on picking out a color palette and looking at fonts, defining an overall feel of what the project would portray.


What is your role in The Revelation of June Paul? I started working with a color palette and a font, an

feel

overall

of what the project would portray. That led into the logo,

which led into the poster. What was your initial reaction when you were first approached about being a part of this project? Oh, sci fi—that’s not my favorite. It’s something I don’t do a lot, something I’m not comfortable doing. I saw it as a fun challenge to make a graphic or poster that portrayed what this story is about. What is it like to work with Dave? How is this project similar to or different from other projects you’ve worked on in the past? I think Dave is easy to work with. Westwinds has a baseline feel and look. Once I had that initial understanding, and understood what Dave liked and what he was thinking, it was just taking that and what this story should be visually and making that work. Did it feel crazy at first trying to visualize this out-there world? Yeah. This one was crazy. But it was a crazy fun. It was really challenging because I had to say a lot in an 8.5x11 paper. I try to have

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To a person who doesn’t know the story, how do you get the feeling across just by first glance? That’s the challenge we face as designers. Dave is a good client to work with because he’s got a good visual sense for the project, but he’s not telling you exactly what to do. He’s letting you interpret what you think it should be visually. What has been the most rewarding part of

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working on this project? The most frustrating? The most rewarding is working with the people on the team,

and getting to know new people who know the project. It’s been really cool getting to know people in the Westwinds

community.

I love design so much I don’t really realize or

notice the bad. It’s the reaction that I enjoy. I don’t necessarily love this poster, but seeing people’s reactions to it is what I really enjoy. That’s what’s the most

fun.

new people


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Randy Sottovia is the Chief Logo Designer/Image Imaginer for The Revelation of June Paul. He is also an engineer at Peak Manufacturing. He enjoys ice hockey and playing video games online with his twin brother.


Originally, it was just going to be the logo, but then Dave really liked it and asked me to draw some more stuff, so I’m drawing more stuff.


What was your initial reaction when Dave and Mel first approached you about it? I was really excited to do it, especially after I read the synopsis. I wanted to know more. What’s it like to work with Dave? It’s awesome to work with him. He’s a

creates images

visionary, and I think in pictures. The stuff he writes tends to in my head. He’ll present something, but he

doesn’t take away all the imagination for you to be able to use. He presents something with enough guidelines to give you direction, and then he just lets you go. What has it been like imagining this fictional world? It’s right up my alley. The logo itself was the fastest piece of artwork I’ve ever done. I had my wife read me the description as I drew, and I just tried to incorporate things as I went, and then I spent a little more time inking it,

but it was so

fast.


I thought everything was going to come nice and easy, like the logo. But the difficulty is I’ve had a little bit of a drawer’s block. When I go to do artwork, I can’t do the work until it’s just about the deadline. No matter how much I try to practice or do things ahead of time, it doesn’t work. It’s like my

knows exactly

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how much time it’s going to take, and it kicks in

just at the right time. When you work on a project like this, what is the most rewarding part for you when all is said and done? I think it’s the

connection people

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I ask if it really actually helps out the communication. And if it does, to the degree it does is how I feel about it.

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