Vuseum is a touring museum that visits the colleges in Toronto and displays exhibitions on the impact of our dietary choices on the environment. Vuseum aims to educate students on the individual role they can play in fighting global warming and building a better future. This project was my design thesis project at George Brown College.
Rami Shouk Provisional RGD (Junior/Intermediate Designer)
Member since
September 24, 2020
Areas of Specialty
Branding, Corporate Communications, Typography
Other Capabilities
Book Design, Information Design, Motion Design, Packaging, Signage/Wayfinding
Languages Covered
Interested in Freelance
Why am I a designer?
Why am I a designer? Hmm. To be a part of this world. To contribute to it and make an impact on it. To change things that need to be changed and say what I have to say about it. Being a designer gives me a chance to rethink and remake things in new and creative ways that were never thought of before. It is exciting and a big responsibility. Another reason I'm a designer is to satisfy the perfectionist in me, and also to stare at type as long as I want without people thinking it's weird.
Where do I see myself in 5 years?
In 5 years, I see myself biking the streets of Toronto on my way to work where I will be part of projects that make the city and the planet a safer and cleaner place to live.
Contributions to RGD
Student Representative
DesignThinkers Volunteer