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Kracke Photography Promotions

As a courtesy to venues and other vendors that they work with regularly, the photographers at Kracke Photography send out promotional postcards that feature weddings that the vendor worked. The vendors can then use these cards as examples of their work with prospective clients. It’s a really nice service that they do, not to mention they are super fun for me to make!

 

Photos courtesy of Kracke Photography.

Dreaming of Shetland Promotions

Through the process of promoting Dreaming of Shetland, we needed a couple of different promos, including a postcard for Explore 4 (TM), and fliers to hand around at several different events. These were really fun to create, and ram illustration was inspirational to me, and really drove these designs.

Ram illustration courtesy of Deborah Robson.

Yarn Tasting Book

This is a yarn tasting book that I designed for Donna Druchunas, who was looking for a way to rate and document different yarns. This book is meant to be a quick and easy way to reference the important details of specific yarns. I had a lot of fun with this project, especially when it came to designing the sample page. It was a nice break from the bigger projects that I have been working on recently, and was really refreshing to work on. I think Donna is planning on selling these soon, so check back for that information!

 

Copyright Donna Druchunas.

Blondie

When I was a senior at Canisus College, I took an amazing class about typography. Blondie is the final project I did for this class, based on a poem that my roommate wrote. My idea in for this design was to create twelve squares and design the poem with emphasis on specific parts of the text. The story in this poem is true, and I have always felt a deep connection with it because of my work with wedding photography. As a part of this project, I took a photo of my roommate and her boyfriend, who played the part of the man and his wife in the poem. Of all of the projects I did in design school, this was my all time favorite, which is why I feel the need to keep it in my portfolio.

Poem courtesy of Caitie McAneney.