Over the course of the spring semester, students in the high school Applied Design class have been immersed in real-world-type design projects that had them exploring solutions to design problems around creative form and function applied to everyday items like fabrics, papers, clothing, and furnishings.
The Design/Process Exhibition, on display in the Hall of Flags until the end of May, showcases student work on their four major projects this term: Branding and Logo Development, T-Shirt and Poster Design, Surface Design and Fashion Design.
The show features the students’ finished products as well as their mood boards. Mood boards are an essential part of the real-world design process and offer a look inside the designer’s mind and their inspiration.
What to see in the show:
Branding and Logo Development
T-Shirt and Poster Design
For this project, students designed a t-shirt and poster for a musical act of their choice using their brand identity to inform their design choices. On display you’ll see 2D prototypes for the finished designs.