‘Human Error’ is an on-going series by Brooklyn-based graphic designer Victoria Siemer, in which she digitally inserts computer error messages over scanned polaroid films.
The polaroids depict images of broken hearts and seclusion, while the error messages prompt the viewer for an action—like to “erase all feelings” from the heart or to “move on” from a failed relationship.
Blurring the line between technology and reality, the series shows that mending a broken heart is often more complex, and that it takes more than a few simple mouse clicks to heal.
Print. Pencil & Paper is retailer selling analog design equipment that directly target graphic designers.
The goal was to make the products easy to understand, with informative packaging. The profile is based on black print, colored paper and different grid patterns used for categorizing and creating system.
TOGO BURGER This package is designed to provide a more convenient way of take-out for fast food industry as well as its customers by designing handy carrier for take-out burger meal consisted of a burger, french-fries, and soda.
The carrier will reduce the volume by about 50% compared to that today because I tried to simplify the design and minimize the amount of paper used with a hook for French fries, a sleeve for a burger, and a hole for soda drink, which causes people to carry it easier, and more materials saving. It is one-handed, convenient, practical, and compact, so your hands can be more free by holding all in one.