WIT Music School Concert Strings                       

WIT Music School Concert Strings                       

WIT Music School Concert Strings                       

WIT Music School has been providing music education to Waterford and its environs for over thirty years. With tuition available in both individual and group classes, combined with award-winning choral and orchestral ensembles WIT Music School offer a music education to suit all ages.

WMS looked to develop a new flexible graphic system for their upcoming performance event. A fresh modernist treatment was applied to the poster series then extended further to cover complementary elements such as a souvenir ticket and program design.

WIT Music School has been providing music education to Waterford and its environs for over thirty years. With tuition available in both individual and group classes, combined with award-winning choral and orchestral ensembles WIT Music School offer a music education to suit all ages.

WMS looked to develop a new flexible graphic system for its upcoming performance event. A fresh modernist treatment was applied to the poster series then extended further to cover complementary elements such as a souvenir ticket and program design.

WIT Music School has been providing music education to Waterford and its environs for over thirty years. With tuition available in both individual and group classes, combined with award-winning choral and orchestral ensembles WIT Music School offer a music education to suit all ages.

WMS looked to develop a new flexible graphic system for its upcoming performance event. A fresh modernist treatment was applied to the poster series then extended further to cover complementary elements such as a souvenir ticket and program design.

WIT Music School has been providing music education to Waterford and its environs for over thirty years. With tuition available in both individual and group classes, combined with award-winning choral and orchestral ensembles WIT Music School offer a music education to suit all ages.

WMS looked to develop a new flexible graphic system for its upcoming performance event. A fresh modernist treatment was applied to the poster series then extended further to cover complementary elements such as a souvenir ticket and program design.

Output: Event Identity

Output: Event Identity

Output: Event Identity

Output: Event Identity

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20—17

20—17

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Design elements include a series of modern patterns and colored shapes overlaid onto renaissance styled imagery. Drawing on Modernist principles found in neoclassicism I employed a visual strategy of simplicity, symmetry, and mathematics. These principles were seen as virtues of the arts in Ancient Greece & Rome that infuse society with vanity, art & culture.

 

The project's versatility comes from its assured typographic hierarchy, which effortlessly delivers information across multiple channels seamlessly with a refreshing sense of order.

Design elements include a series of modern patterns and colored shapes overlaid onto renaissance styled imagery. I felt using principles of Neoclassicism would be a good fit for this concept which are based around simplicity, symmetry and mathematics. Seen as virtues of the arts in Ancient Greece & Rome, they infuse society with vanity, art & culture.


The final design is unmistakably modern, architecturally styled — this typographic construction draws in the eye, almost prompting an intriguing challenge to the viewer while delivering important information with a refreshing sense of order.

Design elements include a series of modern patterns and colored shapes overlaid onto renaissance styled imagery. I felt using principles of Neoclassicism would be a good fit for this concept which are based around simplicity, symmetry and mathematics. Seen as virtues of the arts in Ancient Greece & Rome, they infuse society with vanity, art & culture. The final design is unmistakably modern, architecturally styled — this typographic construction draws in the eye, almost prompting an intriguing challenge to the viewer while delivering important information with a refreshing sense of order.

Design elements include a series of modern patterns and colored shapes overlaid onto renaissance styled imagery. I felt using principles of Neoclassicism would be a good fit for this concept which are based around simplicity, symmetry and mathematics. Seen as virtues of the arts in Ancient Greece & Rome, they infuse society with vanity, art & culture.

The final design is unmistakably modern, architecturally styled — this typographic construction draws in the eye, almost prompting an intriguing challenge to the viewer while delivering important information with a refreshing sense of order.

 
Design elements include a series of modern patterns and colored shapes overlaid onto renaissance styled imagery. I felt using principles of Neoclassicism would be a good fit for this concept which are based around simplicity, symmetry and mathematics. Seen as virtues of the arts in Ancient Greece & Rome, they infuse society with vanity, art & culture.


The final design is unmistakably modern, architecturally styled — this typographic construction draws in the eye, almost prompting an intriguing challenge to the viewer while delivering important information with a refreshing sense of order.

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I am always happy to meet new people
T: +353 (0)87 299 3535
E: hello@keithflynn.work

I am always happy to meet new people
T: +353 (0)87 299 3535
E: hello@keithflynn.work

I am always happy
to meet new people

T: +353 (0) 87 299 3535
E: hello@keithflynn.work

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© Keith Flynn 2019

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Communications Design 

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