Researching recipe cards for inspiration and source material for my own 'Speaking from Experience' brief (see my design practice blog, www.s-wilson1013-dp.blogspot.com for developments!). All images sourced from the Behance network...
Love the composition, layout and method of delivery used to produce these cards- really inventive use of the photography from an up-shot of the ingredients used. Really bright, bold and distinctive cards, which also work well as a set. Great contemporary design.
Charming illustrative and hand-painted designs, absolutely crammed with detail, obviously a lot of time and skills put into creating these design cards. Perhaps a little too intricate for my target audience- the first year Graphic Design students- need something a bit more punchier and direct, that will hold their attention.
Great colours and simple vector illustrations used in this design- the sort of design style that really makes me tick- taking inspiration from signage and pictograms. The pictures are simple, yet represnetative enough to make a clear representation of the methods used in the diagrams- great series. Works really well as the right-hand side of the DPS in the image below- great order of structure and layout without being too formal.
Fun A-Z of food alphabet, with written ingredients and method of producing recipes on each single page. A really fun typographic experiment- the monochrome ensures that it works well with every colour palette page throughout the book.
Fun idea, though I think that the illustrative typography might be a little too fussy here- simpler line drawings would work just as well, and not make the page look so top heavy- detracts from the information beneath, need more balance in the design layout.
A five-a-day guide by previous LCA BAGD graduate, Jimmy Smith. A really fun, well laid-out booklet, but the most inspiring stand-out feature is certainly his fruit and vegetable typographic photography alphabet- a great way to visually communicate his design outcome, and innovative- incorporating the design feature and it's purporse.