Cram is a study tool powered by associative learning that allows you to efficiently create flash cards and give yourself hints. This enables you to make connections between content in a fun and meaningful way.
When redesigning this 20 year old book, I kept true to the information while also reimagining abstract aspects through college that questions time, place, body and mind.
Branding for a three night campout / horror Film Festival.
Branding for the fictional band Juicebox. This two-person musical comedy group consists of Charlie Stagner and Ingrid Norman, two British singer / songwriter comedians that tour the world singing and performing acoustic acts. The content is known to be sarcastic, witty and very dry. Ingrid and Charlie were friends (and sometimes more than friends) in college who would commonly be found at parties playing the guitar and creating drunk improv songs together. The band gained much of their fame from youtube videos of them singing together in Charlie’s living room.
process blog: http://jamiesharpsteenmusicbranding.tumblr.com
This self-promotional project not only represents me as a designer but also shows a more intimate side of my personality. To symbolize my inner growth and appreciation of the small things in my life, I designed a series of cards in an
envelope shaped like a seed package to allude to inner growth. Each card inside the package represents something that I have grown to love, all of the little things that keep me happy. Made using imported french paper and handprinted in a letterpress studio.
Poster design constructed by building each block individually.
24' x 36' poster
Hand done lettering based off of Snell Roundhand inspired by the poem "Maybe it's Good Maybe it's bad, I don't know".
A playlist designed while working as a teaching assistant at Ringling Precollege Perspective. Abstract imagery meant to convey themes of forced maturity.