June 1, 2013
Cereal Box Design Project

Computer Graphics, Spring 2013


Kelsey P., 11th Grade, Computer Graphics


Austin R., 9th Grade, Computer Graphics


Ben R., 10th Grade, Computer Graphics


Jack H., 11th Grade, Computer Graphics


Robby E., 12th Grade, Computer Graphics


Tayler S., 12th Grade, Computer Graphics


Zack B., 11th Grade, Computer Graphics


Cole K., 10th Grade, Computer Graphics

Students in Computer Graphics became commercial artists hired to design a box for a new type of cereal. The type of cereal, name, and target audience were randomly chosen out of a hat.

After studying color theory related to commercial art and design, typography, and other various attention getting devices, the commercial artists began sketching and planning their ideas.

Graphics students were to use design elements to brand the cereal in the minds of their target audience, to explore original typography, and integrate words and images together in a creative composition.

The resulting works were created using graphics software. Successful designers will lure their audience into purchasing their product.
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