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BRIEF // GRAPHIC DESIGN

The following are examples of my work in print design, from book covers to magazine features.
You may notice a pattern.
I'm a sucker for a good minimalist layout.
BRIEF // GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Unofficial Guide to Harvard is published each year to teach the 1,600 new Harvard freshmen the ins and outs of life on campus. For this year's cover design, I wanted to play up the underground, uncensored, "unofficial" aspect of the book's content.
BRIEF

The Unofficial Guide to Harvard is published each year to teach the 1,600 new Harvard freshmen the ins and outs of life on campus. For this year's cover design, I wanted to play up the underground, uncensored, "unofficial" aspect of the book's content.


SOLUTION

This book describes everything from hookup culture to the (possibly illegal) unofficial Harvard graduation requirements. By vandalizing the classic John Harvard image, I gave readers a sense of what they would find inside: a read with lots of tongue-in-cheek humor.
BRIEF // GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Unofficial Guide to Harvard is published each year to teach the 1,600 new Harvard freshmen the ins and outs of life on campus. For this year's cover design, I wanted to play up the underground, uncensored, "unofficial" aspect of the book's content.
BRIEF

Two Harvard professors about to publish their work on the intersection of economics and religion needed a design for their book, which was entitled "The Wealth of Religions".


SOLUTION

I designed a cover that would draw readers who might not initially be interested in the subject matter. This cover was made to catch the attention of bookstore browsers and stand out from the other research books on the shelf.
BRIEF

In my time as Design Executive at The Harvard Crimson, I oversaw the layout of its weekly "Fifteen Minutes" magazine, a literary & arts publication. Printed in black and white, our design team was challenged to trade in contrast rather than color.

SOLUTION

I designed these pages for FM literary pieces in the style of the magazine's iconic minimalism. The design constraints gave me the freedom to play with negative space and typography.
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(561) 427-8059
ahillmann@college.harvard.edu

ANNELISE
HILLMANN