Using typography and digital illustration, here is a poster for a Greek pastry sale. Visit the https://vimeo.com/300595559 to see a short ad for the bracelets being sold at the event.
Tabitha art directed the rebrand and website renovation for a client who specializes in Positive Psychology and Learning Specialization. The brand was designed to emulate the client’s serious yet spunky personality and work style. Check out the final site http://sherrifisher.com
Shown are a few samples of logo, color scheme, sub logos, email signatures, posters, digital marketing, email templates, business card, and website to give you a strong sense of this client’s brand.
Every year after the day of cutting the birthday cake days go by and the cake’s exterior slowly hardens. No matter how hard of a shell, the Last Slice never gets thrown out.
There is a threshold in which Tabitha gets rid of things. This was the inspiration behind this publication. The Last Slice of Cake publication displays the things Tabitha keeps.
She presents these things through pairings of her photography, line illustrations, and sonnets. She hand bound two books with a pamphlet stitch and used a variety of printmaking paper for a personal and textural touch.
Poster, flyer, web, facebook and instagram ads for Psaltikon’s November concerts. Check out Psaltikon at http://www.psaltikon.org/
Tabitha and her team of four BU students asked how they could use design to ignite a change for the Lower Allston community in Boston, MA. They built a brand and came up with design solutions to bring together the community of Lower Allston using several design solutions. Visit their Instagram page where you can see where you can follow their process - CLICK HERE
Shown are samples of logo and presentation slides to get a sense of our brand.
Inspired by her Converse, Tabitha recorded the stories they hold. This is a small double sided poster that folds into a book.
Tabitha vacates in St. Petersburg Florida. She was interested in creating a film of her last visit in August 2017, instead challenged herself to make a motion graphic untraditionally. She visited the Dali Museum and an installation by an Unknown Artist sparked what inspires the final version here.
In Indesign she created a system for the typography, color, and imagery. She then saved and exported about 150 documents. Each piece was slightly altered so when putting the images in Premiere Pro creating a stop motion film, the images and text tell a story. Imagery was used from this photoshoot which was also shot during the time spent in St. Petes.
Here, Tabitha iterates Franco Grignani's ad for Alfieri & Lacroix 50 times. The designs begin simple and resemble the original design. Slowly the iterations branch off becoming more abstract, taking details and expanding on them.
This is a project done for Tabitha’s Site Specific Art class. Her goal was to venture out into Boston with positive psychology phrases and chalk paint them all over. Her hope was to surprised people passing by her messages and initiate an inner dialog.
This was an experiment inspired by Tabitha’s being gifted a nix mini color sensor. it’s a small tool that scans exact color from any object. This is a GIF using the colors scanned by her nix mini, layered with typography.
basement walls: #fbb457
my shirt: #b28e88
denim couches: #414d5b
a cute leaf: #b19743
an even cuter one: #595d4d
his arm: #bd9388
my face: #e7d3cc
bedroom walls: #d5d1c1
his forehead: #ccaca2
his hands: #bd8e76
the blanket: #e6d0b3
we talked all night: #c48580
A Typographical Specimen poster of Mrs. Eaves typeface. Although it may not look it, this poster went through several iterations and critiques. Tabitha would go as far as saying the typography displayed is perfectly aligned and positioned.
A fun logo design for a construction company consisting of digital illustration, logo, business card, and letterhead. Tabitha’s target audience was woman who are in need of construction for their home or business. Tabitha challenged herself to use design to catch the eye and make people outside of the construction business appeal to a construction company. She did this by using a bright and colorful palette as well as eye catching illustration and type combination.