Layout Project of a DTP Magazine Article of Benjamin Britten

Layout Project of a DTP Magazine Article of Benjamin Britten

Layout Project of a DTP Magazine Article of Benjamin Britten

 By Nuision Designs

Layout Project

Project: Magazine Article Layout Project.
Skills: Desktop Publishing DTP
Tools: Adobe InDesign and Photoshop

Magazine Article Layout Project
Magazine Article Layout Project #2

Born in Suffolk, the son of a dentist, Britten showed talent from an early age. He studied at the Royal College of Music in London and privately with the composer Frank Bridge. Britten first came to public attention with the a cappella choral work A Boy was Born in 1934. With the premiere of Peter Grimes in 1945, he leapt to international fame. Over the next 28 years, he wrote 14 more operas, establishing himself as one of the leading 20th-century composers in the genre. In addition to large-scale operas for Sadler’s Wells and Covent Garden, he wrote “chamber operas” for small forces, suitable for performance in venues of modest size. Among the best known of these is The Turn of the Screw (1954). Recurring themes in his operas include the struggle of an outsider against a hostile society and the corruption of innocence.

Baron Britten/cite> wikipedia.org

Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten

22 November 1913 – 4 December 1976) was an English composer, conductor and pianist. He was a central figure of 20th-century British classical music, with a range of works including opera, other vocal music, orchestral and chamber pieces. His best-known works include the opera Peter Grimes (1945), the War Requiem (1962) and the musical showpiece The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (1945).

Magazine Article Layout Project #3
Benjamin Britten Magazine Layout

Lost Lives Matt Westfield Poster and CD Cover

Lost Lives Matt Westfield Poster and CD Cover

Lost Lives Matt Westfield Poster and CD Cover

 By Nuision Designs

Lost Lives Matt Westfield

LOST LIVES MATT WESTFIELD

Matt Westfield is a solo singer in London, with his first album out. Matt had no preferences for the cover, or poster budget was limited as he was publishing for himself, for self-promotion.

We went through some ideas together. With a combination of the lyric and typeface, we came to a final design.

Confirm with the printer and sent the job out. We have got the proof and adjusted some colour tones and finalised the project.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Matt Westfield new compact disc posters and CD covers. We decided to make it a play with typography with titles for the record, and that the album name was “Lost Lives” circle and life are going around and around the poster.

 

PROJECT DETAILS

Client: Lost Lives Matt Westfield

Date: March 2013

Skills: Design

Lost Lives by Matt Westfield CD and Cover

A mockup of the cd and cover

Lost Lives - Matt Westfield
Lost Lives - Matt Westfield

The Union – Rock Night Poster Design

The Union – Rock Night Poster Design

The Union – Rock Night Poster Design

 By Nuision Designs

Project Poster Design for Student Union Rock Night

The Union is the Roehampton student union, which commissioned the poster for there Rock night extravaganza party. They wanted skulls and angles as the theme of the poster.

The Union - Rock Night

Project Description

Roehampton University Student Union, party poster for a rock night, which is held by the students at the campus bar every term. They wanted something different from previous events to attract more people this year.

The project required a selection of rock-related imagery incorporated into the poster to give the message that it was real rock night and a long night of fun, loud music.

We came up with three ideas and went with a combination of two of them. The project was on a short lead time, and all was done there and then on the spot.

All the images were from the stock photography site, they were masked out and processed to be able to combine them together and make the composition.

Project Details

Client:  Student Union
Date:  2nd July
Skills:  Photography and Photoshop

The Union – Rock Night – Poster Design – Mock-up

The Union - Rock Night

1980s Scrapbook for Robert Opie Collection of Brands of the Ages

1980s Scrapbook for Robert Opie Collection of Brands of the Ages

1980s Scrapbook for Robert Opie Collection of Brands of the Ages

 By Nuision Designs

1980s Scrapbook New Book Cover

Project 1980s Scrapbook Cover

Robert Opie is a well-known author of many books about British nostalgia and consumer history. Initially, as a teenager, Robert Opie gathered together contemporary packaging, everything from cereal boxes to cigarette packs.

Time Tunnel – Come on a journey to discover 150 years of remarkable brand stories and consumer culture from Victorian times to the present day.

History

The collection started in 1963 with a pack Munchies purchased in Inverness and its first exhibition in 1975 at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. 1984 – 2001 The Museum of Packaging and Advertising is open to the public in Gloucester and 2005 in London followed by relocation in 2015 to larger premises.

The Rubik’s Cube

Rubik’s Cube is a 3-D combination puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Ernő Rubik.

Project 1980s Scrapbook Cover Rubicub

Subject

Cover for a Book on Brands

  • Collect 1980’s unique brands of its time.
  • People that inspired the age.
  • The fashion of its time.
  • Gadget’s remembered for its time.
  • Music.
  • Events.

 

Information

Project: Design a Cover for a new book for Robert Opie Collection of brands of ages.

The 1980’s Scrapbook requires research and understanding of the branding or its era, what events marked the decade and influences from around the world that distinguishes from others. The book can not cover every everything. The scrapbook needs to quantify the most important and significant parts of the decade.

Client: Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising.

  • Illustrator 10% 10%
  • Photoshop 80% 80%
  • Pencil and Pen 10% 10%

1980s Scrapbook

 

Margaret Thatcher “The Iron Lady”

Princess Diana Windsor “The Wedding of the Decade”

The Rubik Cube although invented in the 1970s, it was a symbol of the 1980s.

Live Aid was a dual-venue concert held on 13 July 1985, and an ongoing music-based fundraising initiative.

Project 1980s Scrapbook Cover Images
1980 Scrapbook Robert Opie
Project 1980s Scrapbook Cover Cube with Images

Darren Brade Exhibition Poster for an Exhibition in London

Darren Brade Exhibition Poster for an Exhibition in London

Darren Brade Exhibition Poster for an Exhibition in London

 By Nuision Designs

DARREN BRADE PHOTOGRAPHER

Darren Brade Fashion Photographer

Darren Brade an aspiring photographer first exhibition, Darren had held a full-time job while using any spare time to photograph. While learning, he found his skill for portrait, followed by fashion.

He was born in Leicester, England, but did not discover photography until shortly after moving to London. Initially influenced by the work of Herb Ritts.

He loves shooting people, be it portraits (or headshots), events, fashion, film stills or fine art. He is fascinated with creating images by working with other creatives to produce something new.

Recent projects include working for the BFI at the Cannes Film Festival, fashion shoots for menswear designer Helen Anthony, shooting the red carpet for the Royal Premiere of “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” and the Cinema Made in Italy Film Festival 2015.

www.darrenbrade.com

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Poster for  London Exhibition

These are two of the posters created for the exhibition, out of a collection used on the event.

DARREN BRADE PHOTOGRAPHER
DARREN BRADE PHOTOGRAPHER