Author: sherryjens

Originally from Thailand, Sherry Jensiriwanich is a current student at PrattMWP in Utica, New York. She is majoring in communication design with a focus in advertisement. She has designed t-shirts to help raise funds for natural disasters, designed logo and packaging for "Baking for a Change" project. Her other passions are photography, traveling, fitness, and cooking.

French Macarons

 


TRUE wireframe artMacarons! Yes! These small colorful desserts are everywhere, replacing cookies and cupcakes. By definition, macarons are  small, round biscuit (cookie), crunchy outside and soft inside, made with ground almonds, sugar and egg whites. Although macarons are so tiny, they are quite hard to perfect. I thought creating an infographic on social problems is educational and noteworthy, but nothing excites me more than food and  desserts. Therefore, sharing some knowledge and research on these beautiful circle snacks is what my project is going to be on.


 

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Originally from Thailand, Sherry Jensiriwanich is a current student at PrattMWP in Utica, New York. She is majoring in communication design with a focus in advertisement. She has designed t-shirts to help raise funds for natural disasters, designed logo and packaging for “Baking for a Change” project. Her other passions are photography, traveling, fitness, and cooking.

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Macarons

Macarons! Yes! These small colorful desserts are everywhere, replacing cookies and cupcakes. By definition, macarons are  small, round biscuit (cookie), crunchy outside and soft inside, made with ground almonds, sugar and egg whites. Although macarons are so tiny, they are quite hard to perfect. I thought creating an infographic on social problems is educational and noteworthy, but nothing excites me more than food and desserts. Therefore, sharing some knowledge and research on these beautiful circle snacks is what my project is going to be on.

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Currency

 

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This is a currency symbol for Thai Baht. I drew inspiration from Thai alphabets to create a “B” symbol that has visual influences from Thai letters.

At first, I had a completely different design for my symbol, since it was a bit too extra for a letter “B”, I did some minor changes and added serifs. I experimented with different stroke sizes and colors, and I ended up with this design.

 

Week 14

This week I applied my vinyl cut stickers onto glass and had a mini photoshoot. I’m very happy on how everything turned out. I decided to use real tea with milk on the middle and right glass, and hazelnut milk tea is on the very left.

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Week 11 Update

This week I experimented with different stroke thickness of my logo. I used big sharpie pens, regular sharpie pens, black Muji ink pen, and a regular black pen. I will use this as a reference to digitize my logo which will be vinyl cut and pasted on glass.

 

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