Wednesday, July 21, 2010


The need for a cohesive portfolio has been hanging over my head for quite some time now; I figured I would make it my last big project for the summer. I printed enough to make two separate copies. Both have very different cover concepts.

I used the first set of pages as an opportunity to make a hardcover book, something I've never previously done. When finished, I realized I went about the process ass-backwards, but I still think it looks nice. Now I know why hardcover books are so expensive.

The second copy is a paperback with a die-cut cover. The two triangles are meant to resemble a "W" that has been taken apart.


  1. Bryce, great for you! At the risk of sounding motherly, I'm proud of you. Lemme see 'em in person when I get back to Cola.

  2. That title page blows me away, this is amazin' dear.

  3. thanks, gang. hopefully an potential employers will feel the same way.

  4. daaaayuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummm......REALLY nice! You'll knock 'em dead out there! I'm sad to see you go though...