Description: Up and down, left and right, whatever it may be, our world's filled with different kinds of opposites. The city of Rome is no exception. Throughout its history, Rome underwent several series of changes, which can be viewed as opposites to one another. My job was to find an example of an opposite and design/craft a book, using typography and imagery. I decided to look into geometric vs. organic architecture attached to the same physical structure—choosing to do this over some of Rome's most famous pieces of architecture. Which I then integrated letterforms of type into the imagery to create unique looking forms.
Role: Graphic designer
Client: ISU Rome Study Abroad Program
Programs used: Adobe Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop
Project type: Print design, typography