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CalArts Graduation Announcement and Program

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Production Method

Offset

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Design

Piper Weaver and Karen To

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Printing

Stacey Hauge Printing Co

This is the kind of promotional poster that can be savored long after the event has passed. Metamorphosis is a concept anyone can relate to, and the impeccably detailed image is a joy to dissect. However, at the actual graduation ceremony it might have been a little awkward having everyone opening 18-by-22-inch posters to read the program. Then again, what better way to celebrate than with an audience playing a part in the transformation?  

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Client

California Institute of the Arts


Quantity Produced

2400 Announcements and 2200 Programs


Production Cost


Production Time

Around 10-15 days

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

Announcement: 5 in diameter
Program: 18 × 22 in unfolded


Page Count


Paper Stock

Announcement: Uncoated, 120lb textured cover
Program: uncoated 80lb text


Number of Colors

Announcement: 2/2 spot colors
Program: CMYK + Copper

Varnishes


Binding


Typography

Display face: Meloric by Ray Larabie
Text face: Elido by Sibylle Hagmann

 


CalArts Graduation Announcement and Program
CalArts Graduation Announcement and Program
CalArts Graduation Announcement and Program
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Project Description

Based on the theme "Metamorphosis", the announcement is designed to be an egg-shaped sphere, which represents the graduating students, in an olive green envelope. The program of the graduation is placed inside a manila "cocoon". Each guest experiences the transformation as they pull the program out of the envelope to reveal the colorful insect montage and graduation information on a double sided poster.

Production Lesson(s)

Copper is fairly hard to see if the line is too thin. Metallic color works better when it's a thicker line or solid shape. ”

Post Author

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Jessica Mullen

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

More: Online / On Twitter

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Date Published

March 16, 2012

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