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Counterpoint Intro

Counterpoint a contrasting or interacting element, theme. This book is a selected works from the last five years that I been studying at Academy of art University in San Francisco. I believe there are at least two sides for everything, every story has a teller and a listener without one there won’t be a communication and that is what I love about Graphic Design.


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Intersersection of Color

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Camper La Piel

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Inception

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USPost

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Intersection of Color Design Brief

We’re conditioned to notice color. It’s one of the first things we notice on signs or materials. The way we view those colors psychologically triggers how we feel and think. They even influence us to react to them even on the road such as traffic lights, why most people perceived red as to stop and green means go? Is there a reason behind it? Who get to called it?

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Is the visual perceptual property corresponding in humans to the categories called red, green, blue and others. Color derives from the spectrum of light (distribution of light energy versus wavelength) interacting in the

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Energy has always become a big part of our daily life and we all need it. Now, we are concerning that it’ll run out sooner than we thought. Do you know that the Sun produces energy that can last for a year? But if we can find a way to store it properly, we might have energy to use for the next 10 years. We can start now, from everyday activity there’s always a way to help saving the energy and our planet.


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

A flexible air purifier that can reduce stress can be place in an office. A water powered system that runs the air purif y system embeded inside a flexible office furniture. By introducing a habits of watering a plants as a way to powered this product should decrease your stress level, and by repeating the same habit weekly should result in a dramatically change in lowering your stress level and stress within your work environment. A flexible outter shell is biodegradable materials that can be 100% recycled and replaced if damaged.

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CANNOT CONTINUE INDEFINITELY, AND VARIOUS THEORIES EXIST.

PRIMARY ENERGY. AS THE AMOUNT OF FOSSIL FUEL IS LARGE BUT FINITE, THIS

HUMANS TO MASSIVELY INCREASE THE PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF

Here’s how it works. Light from the sun hits the solar cells, exciting electrons within the cell. Some of them break free, and are channeled through a conductive metal strip to create an electric current. This current can either be stored in a battery or used directly in the form of electricity. The stronger the sunlight and the more rays that hit the cell, the more electricity is generated. Now consider fossil fuels. These are formed by utilizing solar energy that has been stored in plants that grew millions of years ago. After these plants have been buried and compressed under tons of earth, they are transformed into oil. This oil is then extracted and refined, using heavy machinery that pollutes the air. The oil must then be delivered to its destination, creating a need for more polluting machinery. Ultimately, the burning of this fuel for power has a negative impact on the delicate climatic and environmental balance of our world. The fossil fuel process takes a long time, and will eventually run out. But as long as the sun burns, we will have the cleaner and more portable option of PVs.

SOLAR POWER

The sun’s energy is so powerful that in just 1 hour the amount of energy that falls on the earth equals the amount used by the world’s population in a whole year. Most of the sun’s energy transforms to processes such as heat and photosynthesis, which are the driving factors behind our weather and biological systems. But it can also be captured and converted into electricity. Tipi has been designed to harness the sun’s energy, shortening the process of transforming it into electricity by using photovoltaic cells (PVs). PVs convert sunlight into electricity that can be used immediately. The process is clean, fast, noiseless, and—thanks to Tipi—easily portable.

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tipi

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

A flexible air purifier that can reduce stress can be place in an office. A water powered system that runs the air purif y system embeded inside a flexible office furniture. By introducing a habits of watering a plants as a way to powered this product should decrease your stress level, and by repeating the same habit weekly should result in a dramatically change in lowering your stress level and stress within your work environment. A flexible outter shell is biodegradable materials that can be 100% recycled and replaced if damaged.

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The Earth receives 174 petawatts (PW) of incoming solar radiation (insolation) at the upper atmosphere. Approximately 30% is reflected back to space while the rest is absorbed by clouds, oceans and land masses. The spectrum of solar light at the Earth’s surface is mostly spread across the visible and near-infrared ranges with a small part in the near-ultraviolet. Earth’s land surface, oceans and atmosphere absorb solar radiation, and this raises their temperature. Warm air containing evaporated water from the oceans rises, causing atmospheric circulation or convection. When the air reaches a high altitude, where the temperature is low, water vapor condenses into clouds, which rain onto the Earth’s surface, completing the water cycle. The latent heat of water condensation amplifies convection, producing atmospheric phenomena such as wind, cyclones and anti-cyclones. Sunlight absorbed by the oceans and land masses keeps the surface at an average temperature of 14 °C. By photosynthesis green plants convert solar energy into chemical energy, which produces food, wood and the biomass from which fossil fuels are derived.[5]w The total solar energy absorbed by Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and land masses is approximately 3,850,000 exajoules (EJ) per year. In 2002, this was more energy in one hour than the world used in one year.Photosynthesis captures approximately 3,000 EJ per year in biomass. The amount of solar energy reaching the surface of the planet is so vast that in one year it is about twice as much as will ever be obtained from all of the Earth’s non-renewable resources of coal, oil, natural gas, and mined uranium combined. From the table of resources it would appear that solar, wind or biomass would be sufficient to supply all of our energy needs, however, the increased use of biomass has had a negative effect on global warming and dramatically increased food prices by diverting forests and crops into biofuel production. As intermittent resources, solar and wind raise other issues.

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Viewf/nder Design Brief

Stop and take time looking into a viewfinder, you might find yourself in a new world. What will it look like after? What will happen next? What do you want to remember? Adding your own personalities to the pictures. Tell your own story from what you saw. People said photography can say a million words. What would yours say?


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Camper La Piel Design Brief

Company that have nothing to do with skincare and use their selling point to turn into a skincare product line. I picked Camper, a shoes company from Spain that has a simple, fun, and quirky design with a twist. La Piel means skin in Spanish so I introduced that as their sub-brand for skincare products while still hold onto the core of concept the brand.


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Inception Design Brief

Choose a movie and design a poster for that particular movie. I picked Inception and use three strings to represent how human brains work therefore each string has its own color that represents for something. For human, reality is black while dream is white and in a dream there is an inception which is yellow. And is is what I got out of this movie.


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JCP Design Brief

Given JCpenny a new life, brought them back up-to-date. This is a group project by Alvin Domingo, Dee Shin, Liscelyn Grifal, Siti, and myself. We believed in the brand itself and tried use the concept of what the brand was set to be in the first place. We’re just tweaking it in a brighter and more fun with a new point of view to the company as well as adding a private label to build a stronger brand.


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For college students age 18 to 28, Step 1 provides essential kitchenwares, home decor, bed and bath, and health products that are practical and aesthetically pleasing for dorm living through innovative design and reusabla packaging at affordable prices.

For women ages 30 to 50, Sur face offers high-end skincare and cosmetics that provide healthy anti-ageing benefits that delivers quality ingredients with advanced technology.


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For parents ages 25 to 35, jcp tots provides a value driven line of baby essentials that delivers well designed and durable products, at affordable prices.

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jcp tots For parents ages 25 to 35, j c p t o t s p r o v i d e s a v a l u e driven line of baby essentials that delivers well designed a n d d u r a b l e p r o d u c t s , a t affordable prices.

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For consumers ages 25 to 40, Paxton provides moder n, contemporar y h o m e d e c o r th a t is o f h ig h - styl e through good craftsmanship and design but at moderately affordable prices.

For people ages 26 to 35, Guy Fieri is a celebrity endorsed line of products which offers chef-grade gourmet foods and kitchenwares that delivers quality ingredients and materials, and contain educational benefits in the packageing.

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USPost Design Brief

USPS is the biggest mailing company out of all the carrier companies. They work 6 days a week but most of the people didn’t realize that. Maybe because that’s the way they are trying to differentiate themselves. This is where the new identity came in and face lifted the company image in order to be better where it is supposed to be, by using brighter yet simple symbol to make it easier for everyday. your future delivery.


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Braydon Szafranski Sale Support Manager

uspost 384 Post Street. San Francisco, CA 94115 T 415 438 5281 / F 415 528 1438 / C 415 143 8528 b_szafranski@uspost.com / uspost.com

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Black Lips Design Brief

Rock and Roll, where it used to be late night, small bar, Jack on the rocks, moss pit, and people getting drunk. It is a music that reminds you of good times when you’re spending a night out with your friends getting shit face and blacking out on the street. Black Lips is a good representative of all of the above. Life is short live it, burn it, enjoy it, and take care of your love ones it’s 2012 after all. Lights out!!

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THE LIPS

COLE ALEXANDER

JARED SWILLEY

IAN SAINT PÉ

JOE BRADLEY


Project

Tour Book

Couse

Print 1

Black Lips! - 2003 (Bomp! Records)

Flowers Grow - 2004 (Bomp! Records)

Let It Bloom - 2005 (In The Red Records)

Good Bad Not Evil - 2007 (Vice Records)

200 Million Thousand - 2009 (Vice Records)

Instrctor

Troy Alders

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DIS CO GRA PHY

YEAH, I MOONED THE CROWD AND MADE OUT WITH IAN AND THEN I PLAYED THE GUITAR WITH MY DICK AND ROLLED AROUND. I’D ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN THE STATEMENT TO OUR LABEL THAT IT WAS INDECENT EXPOSURE WE WERE GETTING IN TROUBLE FOR. BUT FROM WHAT I’M STARTING TO UNDERSTAND, IT WAS THE KISSING WITH IAN THAT WAS REALLY NOT COOL.

Print & Typography


Pongpat Chirakiti

Counterpoint


Project

Tour Book

Couse

Print 1

Instrctor

Troy Alders

Categor y

Print & Typography


Logos Design Brief

We’re conditioned to notice color. It’s one of the first things we notice on signs or materials. The way we view those colors psychologically triggers how we feel and think.They even influence us to react to them on the road. Why most people rerate to red to stop? and green to go? Is there a reason behide it? or its just the way we been program?


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ALIBI

VALERO

Do Re Me

100% ALCOHOL NO WATER


ALIBI

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Do Re Me

100% ALCOHOL NO WATER


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Thank You Fa m i ly s

Dad, Mom, Ja, Pear, MK, Mu, Chirakiti family, Nai, Nui, Ning, Neng, Nong, Oi, Thao, Vanna, noi, Orn, Oui, Oh, Punn, Pepe, Num, Pa, Jid, Grand pa, grand ma, Toon, Nok, Jade, John, Gi, Unun, Nu Kai, Adisak, Night, Pete, Pat, Point, Momo, Kiratastic

Instrctors

Mary Scott, Roland Young, Micheal Osbourne, Troy Alders, Darrell Hayden, Todd Hedgpeth, Thomas MaNulty, Nicole Flores, Ariel Grey, Tom Sieu, Scott Rankin, Renee D’arcy

Frieands

David Scott, Beau Monroe, Sunny Lee, Naomi Hoag, Brian Zobel, Nathan Godding, Tracy Qi, Chen Chen, Sa Nguyen, Astra Sodarsono, Jordan, Leal, Karin Albertsson, Nicola Broderick, Jin Fujiwara, Phoebe Mak, Ploy Bovornrat, Alvin Domingo, Dee Shin, Liscelyn Grifal, Siti, Anthony Mapstone, Andrew Mapstone, Braydon Szafranski, Dustin Dollin, Ethan Sugar, Jeremy Moore, Spanky, Pom, A, B, War, Nib, Top, Gam, Penny, Pai, Oh, Peduckk, Rudi the deer, and Jack Daniels.


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