Designer: Nick Kee
The Aston Collection Museum is a walk through some of the most important accomplisments made by Aston Martin. Within the Museum you will work your way from the beginning of the Aston and finish with a virtual racing simulator designed by the Aston Martin Racing team. The overall design of the building directly reflects the modern luxury of each Aston Martin design.
Designers: Anthony Bennett
The aim of the Hairitage Museum is to teach the audience about the history of what seems like just a simple, plastic tool used for hair but is actually so much more than that. The pick has been used for millenia by people of African descent as a tool to express themselves and as a radical act of self love. Everything is political, even a hair pick.
Designer: Alex Duncan
The David Lynch Museum is a spatial experience project involving the design of a visual identity based on the work of writer/director David Lynch, and implementing that visual identity in a physical space. I wanted the museum to have a contemporary design and still capture the tenebrous, dreamlike quality of David Lynch’s films.
Designer: Alex Duncan
For this packaging project, I wanted to design a bag that is smaller and more manageable than the typical size. I also wanted to make the bag resealable like a coffee bag.
Designer: Nile Kroner
In my human centered design class at KCAI we were tasked with researching an audience and creating a package design informed by that research for an herb or spice. I chose to research Celtic Pagans and created a package informed by Celtic imagery and pagan ritual.
Designer: Parker Seydel
Blank Canvas Fine Flour was concepted to challenge the idea of what a flour company’s identity and packaging could look like. The visual identity is inspired by the process of preparing the flour. The packages were designed to be sturdy and optimal for both pouring and scooping flour.
Designer: Kelsey Ragain
The goal of this project was to create a brand based off of something that is unseen, and come up with three hypothetical products, and a teaser video. I created and named the company, Wavelength, that specialized in objects that can be used to see colors in the ultraviolet color spectrum. My hypothetical products included a pair of sunglasses (UV Frames), contact lenses (UV Lenses), and an instant camera (UV Instant).
Designer: Aimée Harting
Initially my focus was on researching essential oil production, use, existing company branding, conventions of packaging, etc. Most importantly I valued what essential oils aided certain ailments. From my research I chose 6 essential oils that seemed to have the most benefits to its users. I expanded the collection into essential oil infused products. Three soaps in the collection are utilizing essential oils that are best for cleansing and relaxing.