This project is a logo design for the Harvey Hall Centennial celebration and remodeling. It would be applied to letterhead, signage and thank you notes. There are three different sizes to accommodate multiple applications.
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This project as a redesign of branding for a company. I redesigned the logo, letterhead, ephemera and many other applications. All of this was formatted to create a cohesive branding manual.
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Brew mash is about an economical collaboration of craft beer breweries and distributors which will connect the consumer to their favorite craft beer. This collaboration will allow for the consumer to interact with the breweries by allowing them to contribute, rate and update their favorite craft beer selections.
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As part of the Brew mash project, I designed and built a display for a gallery show at the end of my senior year at University of Wisconsin - Stout.
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centennial logo design
tir na nog logo
brew mash - gallery design
freelance & internship work
A type design project, these illustrations were based on the short story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and were created for 4 different chapters in the story.
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Illustrated posters as a campaign piece for gay rights and gay marriage. Created to highlight the positive aspects of gay rights and use illustrations to communicate the message.
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Landscape illustrations created as an aspect of the branding manual for the TIr na Nog Pub. They were placed as chapter separations within the book and use the color scheme and logo defined in the manual.
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drop cap illustrations
current issue posters
workhorse manual printer
workhorse flash dryer
workhorse electric dryer
omniprint dtg printer
workhorse light table
epson 4900 film printer
My name is Amanda Hines. I was born and raised in rural western Wisconsin, my dad is a mechanic and my mom is an entrepreneur and business owner. I was fortunate to attend Spring Valley High, where my love of art and design was explored through many art classes and independent studies with a brilliant art teacher and mentor, Mr. Jim Herold.
I furthered my education at the University of Wisconsin Stout, and graduated in the spring of 2014 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration in Graphic Design. I also extended my learning through several photography classes and two internship opportunities.
After college I began working for a company as a graphic designer and screen printer. As both the graphic designer and production manager, I learned how to work with the customer and utilize my hands-on printing knowledge to bring a project from design to t-shirt.
When I'm not designing or drawing, I enjoy being outside and spending time with my family, friends, and dog Oliver.
"In art, the hand can never execute anything higher than the heart can imagine"
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
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