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VISUAL DESIGN

RE•COLLECTION SQUARED JEWELRY COLLECTION OF MEMORY | BROCHURE

Denise Francis

Re•Collection [Squared] is named after the idea of recalling a time, place, or feeling. It merges the senses with why people collect things, what makes those things appealing and how to use that collection as inspiration. 

The half inch square format was chosen as a tool to help exercise the dedication it takes to find the most interesting part of an object or idea. This project will hopefully encourage alternative functions for things that hold importance as well as encourage others to find a way to clear their lives for new memories and important events to come. Each necklace lives on a 16 inch chain made of metal or leather. Color combinations are random but appropriate. This jewelry is intended for a unisex audience.

ATLANTA HOSPITAL HOSPITALITY HOUSE | BROCHURE DESIGN

Denise Francis

Social Awareness campaign for the Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House.  

Since 1981 the Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House has quietly been serving a special group of individuals. The Hospitality House has strived to provide a "home away from home" to outpatients and caregivers of patients hospitalized in an Atlanta area hospital. This mailer brochure and poster serves as an incentive to recruit volunteers to the facilities and to encourage donations. 

PUBLIX GEORGIA MARATHON & HALF MARATHON | POSTER DESIGN 2012

Denise Francis

The poster was created during a 13.1 hour poster competition at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Georgia. It is hand painted in watercolor for a humanistic touch and is a representation of all of the different types of people that come together to run the race. Whether its the runner, volunteers, cheerleaders, or by-standers, in the end each participant wins.