Print media

Print media

Print media can be seen on streets, restaurants, and other public places. Attention is often drawn on them, for example, while waiting for a bus. One can also feel print media, for example, in business cards as different print finishing treatments. Therefore, print media is still very relevant, although much of the material today is in electronic form.

I can help you with the idea, design, and implementation of various posters, flyers, business cards, etc. in cooperation with printing houses. I can also help with color profiles, image files, and other often overlooked but important details.

Turku BioImaging – business cards, flyers, conference programme

Turku BioImaging had two signature colors, blue and back. In the first image, there are new business cards designed for Turku BioImaging 2016. They are matte black, with a blue edge print. Additionally, the backside has a black spot UV layer to give a high gloss effect.

The second image is a postcard size advertisement for a bioimage exhibition, that was opened at the same time with an annual Biocity Symposium 2016. These postcards were distributed around the city, in cafes, libraries, and book shops. It was the most effective advertisement for the event.

In the third image, there is a conference program booklet for an international Global BioImaging meeting in Bangalore, India. You can see the whole program here. 

Key Ensemble

Key Ensemble is a semi-professional choir from Turku and has claimed a position as one of the most interesting top choirs in Finland. The first two posters are from the series of country house concerts in Western Finland. They have been designed so that the background patterns stay the same, just changes the color. The flowers are following a similar theme.

The third poster is from the spring concerts of Key Ensemble. The image in the background was originally a regular photo, but it was edited to look like an impressionist painting. This poster was also edited to two 2m wide banners that were attached to bridges crossing the river downtown.

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