Author Archives: thebrian12

Student Broadside Critique – Brian Tomsovic

Broadside_Danielle Clement I was paired with Danielle, whose text was the poem, “Be Positive” by Nedra Johnson Aswad. The mood conveyed by the poster is one of happiness, which I thought fit the message of being positive. The color in … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged | Leave a comment

Broadsides – Brian Tomsovic

The hazing posters in the MASC had little to no images, so they worked as examples of good use of Display Type. In particular the “Rule of Nineteen” one (seen below) was a fun read, so I decided to use … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged | Leave a comment

Alphabet Design – Brian Tomsovic

My text is the Artificer Infusion list from the Eberron Campaign Setting Book from Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Edition. It is a “futuristic” setting for DnD it takes place in a world where technology has developed leaps and bounds beyond … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged | 1 Comment

Typeface Anatomy – Brian Tomsovic

If you look at the poster for 127 Hours, the font choice may not be the most visually exciting thing to have ever been done with type on a movie poster, however browsing through several I found that it was … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Pattern Design and Color Interaction – Brian Tomsovic

I thought the best idea for an example of an organic pattern would be Camo, there are a lot of different types of Camo, so below is just one example. from: http://wmlambandson.com/products/fabric-on-the-wing-camo What drew me to this example was that … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Small Multiples – Brian Tomsovic

Custom sprite sheets are a hobby of sorts for some. A sprite sheet is a series of characters, usually the same character or a series of characters in different poses. Their original use was for video games, so that the … Continue reading

Posted in Fall 2014 Archive (338) | Tagged , | Leave a comment