3rd year Graphic Design student Emily Cowie collaboratively works with 3rd Year Digital Cinematography students to design and produce an important prop for a major short film production.
1st year graphic design students are currently in the process of designing tattoos. Local professionals Caleb Atkinson and Nicole Turner of Dead City Studios visit and provide feedback on their designs. Check back soon to see thier final designs.
Canadore’s second-year Graphic Design students experimented with levitation photography for a recent class project.
Over the past number of months, local start-up companies had the chance to work with students from Canadore College’s graphic design program to expand their online presence.
Student experiment with with light and shadows to capture a unique visual in an unexpected manor.
3rd year design students were given the opportunity to work with Highlander Brew Co. in designing beer labels for their products. Matthew Dubuc (marketing/PR) was on site to offer students a thoughtfully brewed gift for their hard work and dedication. Leasa Dowdall and Jessica Stevens designs were chosen for the product labels.
Local tattoo artists James and Caleb of Dead City Studio North Bay came up to Canadore College visit the first year graphic designers. They shared their experiences and told some stories about the highly fascinating industry. Later in the session they provided some design advice and critiqued the students designs. A great experience. The final designs can be found here: Tattoo Design
Today in mixed media class students exercised their illustration skills by sketching forensic artist drawings.
Rachel Broadbent photographs Megyn Webster for a fashion photography assignment. Reference is used to emulate a precise look, mood, lighting and pose. The Photographs will later be applied to an advertisement / magazine cover.
1st year student Marc Desjardins photographs his special guest model. Elaine Conrad is Marc’s grandmother. She visited the Canadore College to check out the photo studio and lend Marc a helping hand. Marc focus is capturing different portrait lighting (broad lighting, butterfly lighting, rembrandt lighting… etc) by moving and adjusting his light sources.