Sin: Pride

December 13, 2013 |  by  |  Project Three, Student Work  | 

 

 

 

 

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To represent the sin pride, I choose to depict it through reflective surfaces. My concept was that someone who is overly proud, to a point of vanity, would go out of their way looking for reflective surfaces in day to day items. Things like spoons and windows become ways to admire yourself. For design style I choose a subdued color pallet and simple silhouette illustrations to keep all the items unified and give the graphic an antique vibe. The typography I choose is Jubilat, a slab serif that matches the aesthetic of the images. I was inspired by Saul Bass’s movie opening credit scenes like in Anatomy of a Murder.