Tuesday, 15 March 2011

I have decided on using the typeface called 'Oh! Mai Mai!' which is a free downloadable typeface i found on the Behance Networking Site. I have chosen this font as it is a san serif typeface and looks modern and trendy, which i think appeals to Kesha's target audience.

Experimenting with colours

voodoo masks

 In one of my previous blog posts i discussed the idea of having a different mask for each song.  I still think this is a great idea, as it allows the audience to interact with the promotional material and also gives them a brand new music experience. 

These are my mask designs, the first one being 'the cannibal' mask and the second one 'your love is my drug' mask. The facial expressions used on the masks are exactly the same as the ones used on the smaller illustration designs, keeping them all linked together.

Friday, 25 February 2011


This is my voodoo doll in the colours used on the previous illustration. I feel as though my illustration needs some shading and more detail, but overall i am pleased with the choice of colours.

Inspiration - Illustration work

Carrying on from the UV idea i came across this piece of illustration work. The colours used in the design give off the same effect as UV lighting.

I will try this out on my illustrations and see how it looks!


Browsing through the Behance Network i came across a project that inspired me. This project has used UV paint to create its typography and illustrations, so you can only see it with a UV-flash light, otherwise it is just a blank surface. I was thinking of maybe using an idea similar to this for my illustrations and masks so that when a UV-flash light is shone into the crowd at a music concert everyones 'cannibal' and 'your love is my drug' masks will appear. 

The illustration in this work was designed by Jos Verwer and the typography by Trapped in Suburbia.