MY NORMAL DAY

My Normal Day is a self-promotion folded poster in which use a timeline to present my daily life. I used watercolor to deliver a handmade experience, described the colorful storytelling moments: prepare my bag (who I am), working time (my career), meal time (my culture), after work (my hobby) . This "resume" is more like an illustration storybook rather than a resume only has professional skills on it. 

#illustration  /  Visual Communication

 

Role:

Illustration, Poster Design, Typography

Tool:

Watercolor, Photoshop

 

  When the poster is folded, the front page is a colorful ball hanging under the sun, which represents my normal day starts from here.     When you open the poster, the first  and second pages shows a timeline of my one day's life. 

When the poster is folded, the front page is a colorful ball hanging under the sun, which represents my normal day starts from here. 

When you open the poster, the first  and second pages shows a timeline of my one day's life. 

  8:00 AM Check my bag.   Those elements showing for my personal information, like I am a student as well as an art designer for an app company.     12:00 AM Lunch time.   I order both western and eastern food, because I was impacted by multi-cultures.

8:00 AM Check my bag.
Those elements showing for my personal information, like I am a student as well as an art designer for an app company.


12:00 AM Lunch time.
I order both western and eastern food, because I was impacted by multi-cultures.

  2:00 PM Working time.    These tools represent my motion design/ illustration/print skills.       7:00  PM Interests   I express myself in a quiet way, I like to record what I see and what I feel in different ways.

2:00 PM Working time. 
These tools represent my motion design/ illustration/print skills.
 
7:00  PM Interests
I express myself in a quiet way, I like to record what I see and what I feel in different ways.

  When the poster is fully opened, you could see my digital works are all in watercolor frames and "hanging on the wall".

When the poster is fully opened, you could see my digital works are all in watercolor frames and "hanging on the wall".