Typography & Design
HUFF is a film festival that honors Hollywood's unsung heroes/ overlooked film makers. The poster celebrates Victor Fleming, who is known for directing Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz, and his achievements.
Typographic project series in which the themes of the given movie and created festival had to be communicated through typography and design. The poster portrays one of the films in the festival using typographic elements and imagery as secondary elements in the design. The headline is the famous last line from Rhett Butler from Gone With the Wind in response to Scarlett O'Hara's distress, that reflects the tone of his voice and use of language. The various typefaces refer to the numerous wood type designs and playbill/ graphic design of the 1860s, the time period reflecting the setting of the movie. The smoke and fire lit background reflect the themes of the Civil War heavily prevalent in the movie.
Accepted Entry in the Fall 2016 Graphic Design Honors Society Show
Featured Entry in the 2016 Graphis New Talent Competition Blog
Graphis New Talent Annual 2017 Merit Award
Featured Entry in the 2017 Kick A** Spring Juried Exhibition