RGD's Student Committee recently launched #RGDStudentChallenges - an Instagram challenge where Student RGD Members are invited to post projects based on a new theme each month. February's theme was RED - here are the top 10 selections for the month!
Paul Ching, OCAD U | @paulchiing
I made a series of 9 accordion fold booklets that spreads out to form a mural for a type project on translating an online article written in 2 languages to print. The Yoshida Testimony is an article by Asahi Shimbum retelling the fukushima nuclear accident through transcripts by the plants general manager Masao Yoshida.
Jordan Jackson, Humber College | @jordan_ajackson
Selected designs from my type specimen book for Aktiv Grotesk; a typeface family from Dalton Maag with 48 styles.
With a theme of Postmodern Athletics (1921-1974), this book shows off the typeface's various widths and cuts in display and list formats. Every image in this piece is scanned from various books that my dad has collected over the years ranging back to 1920. I will be expanding and printing this over the coming weeks in order to display it on Behance and my website.
Joeseph Thoong, Vancouver Island University | @joethoongdesign
Just before I moved out for university I helped out my parents with rebranding their restaurant. Just as a way of thanking them for everything!
Jhubel Canilanza, Seneca College | @ignitusdesigns
Pattern Project | First Semester 2016, Design Thinking | Seneca College | Professor Claire Correia | Credits: Mockup Freepik
Palwasha Khan, Seneca College | @aciddemons
Book covers/inside spreads for Holly Black’s Curse Worker series. It’s an old project for Typography III class at Seneca College.
Paul Twa, University of Alberta | @paultwa
This was part of a stamp collection project for Canada post which celebrates the architecture of Canadian Universities. This red illustration represents McGill University.
Mackenzie Gooch, Wilson School of Design | @mackenzie_gooch
Compilation of some of my red deliverables from my Gutless Vegan Butcher Shop project.
Bianca Jozwiak, Seneca College | @biancajozwiak
Practising my gradient mesh skills along with type.
Reginald Hodge | @reginald.hodge
First draft of a course cover I worked on for Queens a couple of months ago.
Aaron Sanders, Niagara College | @aaronsandersvisuals
The Big Apple | Daily Logo Challenge | Day 2 | RGD Student Challenge
Thank you to all those who participated! This month's theme is NATURE, so we invite all Student RGD Members to post any nature-inspired projects until March 31. Remember to tag #RGDStudentChallenges!
At the end of the three months, we will select 5 students with the best projects to have their work on display at DesignThinkers Vancouver. Click here for more details.
UPDATE: All projects posted by March 16 will be considered to win a $500 Scholarship + free registration to attend DesignThinkers Vancouver!