Student Spotlight: Beau Monroe

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Beau Monroe is a grapic design student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.

Lots more photos and project info after the jump.


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"Brain Wash is a cafe/laundromat located in the soma district of San
Francisco. For this project I developed a new identity for the place,
as well as a line of packaging that reflects their rich and diverse
culture."

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"This is the second part of the Opulento project. I created an event for
my company entitled Noble Reaping, and designed an invitation and
takeaway pieces for the event. Since part of the theme of the event is day of the dead,
the takeaway pieces are packages of Live Bread. Also, three brand
“personality” posters were created to be hung around the food store."

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"This project
was my first shot at packaging design. Our assignment was to take a
popular light bulb brand that needed a makeover, and simply redesign it."

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"For this project our class was assigned to either redesign a current
line of milk, or to make our own milk company from scratch. I chose to
create Modern Milk, a milk company that employs modern practice and
responsibility throughout the entire process of manufacturing."

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"My package design class was assigned to either redesign current paint
packaging, or create our own paint company. I thought it would be
interesting if Nautica stepped into the realm of paint (as Ralph Lauren
already has), and decided to create Nautica Paint."

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"For this packaging project, our class had the choice of either
re-designing packaging for an existing brand of honey, or creating our
own brand. I chose to create Papa Bears Honey. What made this project
both fun and challenging was that we were to make our design fit the
range from tiny gift jars to a huge 5 pound can of honey."