Bryn Kristi Design
Print & Interior Layout
Artwork was provided. I added the similar element to show a cohesive design. The font color and first line styling were chosen to compliment the art.
Opening spread from KITCHEN TABLE MAGAZINE Vol. 3. I pulled the background imagery and colors from the cover art. The art was provided. The font colors also were pulled from the cover image.
This flier was used both in printed version and as a digital image on social media.
One side of a tri-fold pamphlet. Printed and handed out.
The author wanted a mock boarding pass as marketing collateral for a travel memoir.
The artwork was provided. But the background was created from elements of the cover image.
The simple looking table of contents for this novel interior was a challenge.
An author 1-sheet for a children's book.
A novel interior. The novel had many sections per chapter which needed noticeable headers. I was also able to avoid widows and orphans throughout the book.
Large sidewalk sign for a property management company.
Art was provided. Colors were pulled from the art. I chose the font as well as a tight alignment and leading for the title.
Images were provided, and the article had a set number of pages to fit into.
This flier was used on social media. I used clip art, and decided on the layout. The goal was to create something visually appealing with easy to find information.
Both sides of a bookmark. The art was provided. The line elements were created to imitate the bridge and provide coherency as a similar element was used in the actual book.
A digital marketing image for Facebook.
The shopping cart on the green background was provided. I extended the background and pulled the title color from the image. The thicker "i" in the title was added later on as a suggestion from the printer. It was unnecessary.