“D” is for damn, it took me long enough to complete the poster for the fourth letter of the alphabet.
“C” is for “completed poster” and that’s good enough for me.
From the start, I recognized that building Votellect to fit what I’d imagined was going to kick my ass. Not solely because I am developing Votellect alone, but I’ll be doing so while learning new methodologies and languages.
B is for BRAVO for completing a poster for the letter B.
The primary purpose for Votellect is to be a centralized place for voters to learn about the candidates, propositions, and laws that they are expected to vote for.
I sat there looking at a card full of candidates beyond the ones that I was familiar with. I knew who I wanted for the national offices like senator and congress person, but I had no idea who these judges, school board members, and comptrollers were.
The best place to start is from the beginning, so I’ve started with the letter A.
When I was a tyke, some of my first memories of being attracted to graphic design was all of the educational ephemera that was plastered all over a typical classroom. I didn’t know that the design field existed back then, but all of the illustrations and design styles really struck a chord with me. I think this poster project is sort of a send up of that early experience.
My name is Corey Hunt and I’m a graphic designer currently living and seeking work in San Francisco. I graduated from the Pratt Institute with a B.F.A. in Communication Design