This is a rather simplistic book cover I designed based on one of my favorite novels. Just like the actual novel’s cover, it emphasizes the prominence of the night sky and the stars and its representation of the universe’s discovery (which is more associated with Dante in the novel), and the pick up truck (which in turn, is more associated with Ari)
Using the Spot Healing Brush tool in Photoshop I was able to restore the majority of the photo shown on the left, to what is now shown on the right.
First attempt at using Photoshop 🙂
This is a business card I designed incorporating the logo I have previously designed and a color palette which would appear to contrast, but in reality, actually blends well.
Below is a silhouette concept in where I drew inspiration from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and one of the Marvel Franchise’s most popular characters: Tony Stark aka Iron Man
Here are my logo concepts where I blend two of the most prominent mediums which are prevalent in my life: Music and Video Games. I used basic shapes (with the help of some Illustrator magic) in order to design the game controller and the headphones. Headphones are prominent in both the gaming and music communities, so it served as an effective, metaphorical “bridge” to help meld the controller and the piano in its representation of my personality.
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