For my main project, the ‘Paper Dolls’, I have since created 5 male costumes for my project. This image is a storyboard of how the pages will work. From a POS point of view, the pages will be sold in places such as River Island where these types of items are usually seen.
You will buy the set, cut out the outfits, and wear them. I have thought of other scenarios where this product may be seen, such as novelty shops where this could be the main feature and there could be a magazine cover backdrop where you could have your picture taken.
After speaking to a tutor about my Cupcake logos, I was told that they looked too busy and detailed. As I liked the pink cupcake logo that I created, I decided to incorporate the same image but change the logo to make it more simplistic.
I used more pinks to compliment the image, and kept with the circular shape. I feel this will work well when using the logo and also on packaging.
The first image is the final logo, the second is the logo in greyscale, and the final image is the logo in black and white. If the logo is to be used in black and white, the image will change to an outline rather than the outline and image behind, to make sure that the image is still recognisable.
After creating the stationary for the ‘Emma Rose Custom Cakes’ project over the holiday, I spoke to a tutor regarding my designs, and was told the design was too old fashioned.
These are some new designs I have created which are influenced by my current designs for the Paper Dolls project.
Pastel colours, thick black strokes, old fashion, revamped.