Concept board…

Homework:

Our first task was to decide a key word out of the list on the hand out and I chose Geometric and Contemporary for my driver for my board.

Mind maps:

I did a mind map of the key words first:

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Contemporary/Geometric mind map

I did a little materials mind map as well:

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Mind map

Research:

I looked into key images to help with inspiration from the websites listed on the slide show such as Dezeen, Cool Hunting, Cool Hunter and Design Boom.

Here are the pictures I have decided on:

Sketchmodel ideas:

I experimented with a piece of paper which gave me an idea by folding an A3 corners into triangles and repeating that on all sides.

However I did not like this piece at this point in the process so I got rid of it, even though it influenced one of my models later on:

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Sketchmodel experiment

This book gave me some ideas on how to fold paper in geometric shapes:

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Final Sketchmodels:

I produced two sketchmodels from the inspiration above having geometric shapes in mind when producing them:

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Sketch visual:

I chose an image to do a sketchvisual with and I made a garden centre with fineliner and pencil crayons:

Making concept board:

I got all my photos and pieces ready to compile onto my A3 board.

I got my mini sketchmodel on the piece, a colour palette along the side, a piece of art called toletsigns2016, 2016 by Phyllida Barlow. Also I used font from word which was Castellar at 28 size font, photograph of my sketchmodel, sketchvisual and of a material.

Concept board below:

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Finished concept board

Summary:

This is a professional way to show your ideas to your clients in a quick, easy way. It handy technique to use to get as many ideas and materials down as possible. I enjoyed the process of this piece and how it all colour co-ordinates on the board.

Bibliography:

 

~Emily~

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