Category Archive: Assessment Brief- Huddersfield Rebrand

Huddersfield Rebrand | Final Logo

My Café Society final logo is a perfect combination of design with more than one influence. In the stages of the project, I did not want to limit myself to only Art Deco… Continue reading

Huddersfield Rebrand | Colour Development

From my digital variations, I progressed further with my two favourite designs; both including cubist influence. To do this, I took the geometrical shape form and added colour. The colours chosen are shades… Continue reading

Huddersfield Rebrand | Logo Variations

I decided to focus on four on my logo designs to take digitally so I can spend more time developing them. Therefore I chose the designs I felt had more potential. For each… Continue reading

Cafe Society | Type Experimentation

To digitally attempt the logo designs, I needed an idea of the typefaces to use. From researching I discovered the fonts: Bebas Neue- also the font used in this research document, Lighthouse, and… Continue reading

Huddersfield Rebrand | 1920’s/1930’s Nostalgia

When researching in the library, I discovered a scrap book of nostalgia, memorabilia and ephemeral papers that represent the 1920’s/1920’s era. Within the book, includes no photographs of the era and minimal information.… Continue reading

Huddersfield Rebrand | 1920’s/1930’s

The 1920’s and 1930’s was a time of great change in art, music and pop culture. The roaring 20’s was a time of prohibition, speakeasies and bootleg whisky. The stock market crash sent… Continue reading

Huddersfield Rebrand | Approach

From researching into the market for Café Society, as well as themes related, individually we decided on an approach to take for this project. Interestingly we all used and shared research; yet seem… Continue reading

What is Surrealism?

Surrealism, 1924-1950’s, was a style in which fantastical visual imagery from the subconscious mind is used with no intention of making the work logically comprehensible. Its aim was to liberate artist’s imagination by… Continue reading

Cubism Contemporary Influence

“Juste De L’eau” (Just water) – directed by Carlos De Carvalho, is a 2014 animation highly influenced by the Cubism movement. The animation takes the viewer on a journey through Lisbon, Portugal at… Continue reading