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Katherine H.

Graphic Designer



Cake Pop Label

   My name is Katherine and I am going to be a senior in college. My major is a BFA in Graphic Design and in the semester we graduate we have to host a personal exhibition.  I want to show what I am capable of as an artist by "building" a factious business from the ground up. Using all the software skills (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Cinema 4D, etc) and design skills (typography, illustration, print production, etc.) that I learned over the past four years, I hope to create an exhibition that can show the depth of my talent and perseverance to achieve results.

   This factious company is a bakery that specializes in cake pops that are made out of cheesecake (impossible to make? maybe. different? yes!). I love the faded vintage, hand-painted signs that can be seen from the Main Street near my school. It gives off something romantic about the beautiful and intricately woven letters. I want to incorporate this into the label to show that although creating delicious confections have been going on for centuries this is something new.

I had a lot of fun with working with the first few label concepts. I still can't determine if I want the label attached to the cake pop itself, on the wrapper, or in the container that the cake pops can come in. I want to have the letters looking flowing like cursive but then I thought it would be cool to have the bigger letters like the "P" and the "S" look like ribbons since ribbons will be typing the wrapper to the cake pop. I still have to determine how big I want the label but so far this is what I am leaning towards.


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