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Grants design portfolio 2014

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A sampling of my recent design work

A sampling of my recent design work

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  • 1. Portfolio
  • 2. “GOLD: A Nova Scotia Treasure” traveling exhibit Services provided: exhibit design and production management
  • 3. DANGER Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks DANGER Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks DANGER DANGER Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks DANGER DANGER Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks Sudden high waves Drowning hazard Keep off black rocks Icon concept design exploration Approved icon Peggy’s Cove wave warning signs Services provided: icon development and on-site signage placement research
  • 4. Simply En Your Beau hancing ty ta e Cabri Carolin er o-found C 9-8891 902 44 mail.com @g flirthair ducts.com thairpro www.flir Double-sided business cards Double side 4”x 9” rackcard Hair extension packaging Trade show banner stand graphic Flirt Hair Products brand development Services provided: visual identity and marketing material design
  • 5. Before After Prospector Education Program powerpoint presentation Services provided: template design
  • 6. e… nvited to se You are i folded cover Gold: A Nova Sc otia Treasure A traveling exh ibit at the Museu m of Natural His tory Free Admiss for two people Valid until Januar 00-13 Gold_inv ion y 12, 2014 ite_pass_artw ork.indd 1 13-11-13 7:10 PM unfolded inside “GOLD: A Nova Scotia Treasure” traveling exhibit invitation Services provided: marketing concept and detail design
  • 7. Maritime Museum of the Atlantic SeaMonsters march break exhibit Services provided: logo design, exhibit design, signage design and production management
  • 8. Halifax Gamecocks oldtimers hockey team jerseys Services provided: logo design and jersey design consultation
  • 9. Land E x pe r t & Site D evelopm ent Joe Ro ss 902 rossbuil .441.2550 t h om e s @gmail .com ro s s bu i lthom Join us Adjacent to the RNSYS, a home as grand as its Saturday, April 28 382 Purcells Cove Rd Showing 4pm–8pm historic setting is now complete. Bryant Realty cordially invites you to view a true, first of its kind, Refreshments and appetizers will be served. luxury offering in our region. This armfront estate of stone and timbers was commissioned for construction to Ross Built Homes by Mr. Kenneth C. Rowe. es.c a Parking is available next door at the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron (Saraguay Club parking). Shuttle service will be available for your convenience. business card (double-sided) Invitation inside (unfolded) Realtor® antic Sandr a Bryant – Realtor® Bryant Realty Atlantic 902.830.4545 sandra@bryantrealty.ca lty.ca Invitation outside (folded) Sandr a Bryant – Realtor® Bryant Realty Atlantic 902.830.4545 sandra@bryantrealty.ca Invitation outside (unfolded) Ross Built Homes Purcells Cove open house print items Services provided: graphic design and printing management
  • 10. • Wash, rinse and sanitize all dishware and utensils. • Use different cutting boards for raw meat and ready-to-eat foods. • Wash and sanitize all cooking equipment. • Wash hands before preparing food. Cook Cook food to a minimum internal temperature of: • Whole chicken/turkey 85C (185F) • Chicken/turkey pieces 77C (170F) • Pork, veal, lamb 70C (158F) • Ground meat 70C (158F) • Ground poultry 74C (165F) • Beef steaks/ roasts (rare) 63C (145F) for 3 minutes • Eggs 63C (145F) • Fish/seafood 70C (158F) Check that the correct temperature is reached with a thermometer. FOOD SAFETY • Thoroughly wash and sanitize countertops, cutting boards and work surfaces. Separate • Separate raw meat, poultry, and seafood from ready-to-eat foods. FOOD SAFETY • Wash fruits and vegetables prior to eating or cooking. FOOD SAFETY FOOD SAFETY Clean • Under warm running water wash hands for at least 20 seconds using liquid soap. Chill • Divide large amounts of leftovers into shallow pans for quick cooling. • Store ready-to-eat foods above raw foods in the refrigerator to prevent cross contamination. • Thaw food in the refrigerator, under cold running water or in the microwave. • Set your refrigerator at 4C (40F) or below and your freezer at -18C (0F) or below. NS Department of Agriculture food safety banners Services provided: graphic design and print management
  • 11. RPM Cycle visual identity Services provided: logo and signage design
  • 12. (NS)Province House Joseph Howe interpretive exhibits Services provided: exhibit design, fabrication and installation supervision
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  • 14. Emergencies Happen Fast Emergencies happen all the time and usually with little or no warning. Would your family know what to do? Now is the time to get ready. Know the Risks In Nova Scotia, be ready for wild fires, hurricanes, floods, winter storms, power failures and storm surges. Make a Plan Your plan should include emergency and family contact information, instructions for a safe place to meet, how to turn off water and gas, arrangements for pets and alternative travel routes. 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 Prepare a Kit Be prepared to be self sufficient for 72 hours. Your kit should include water, non-perishable food, wind-up radio, flashlight, first aid kit, copies of important papers, medications, blankets and cash. Emergency Management Office banner stands Services provided: concept design and detail design including creating several of the icons
  • 15. St Louis: Ship of Fate traveling exhibit Services provided: concept design, detail design and production management