A book containing all necessary information about the 3-year graphic design program at Dawson College. The Book is 8" ✕ 10", wire-o bound using light grey paper for interior spreads and metallic paper for the cover. This 88-page book features the work of Philippe Charland, Matt McArthur and myself as examples for certain assignments done during the three years. The book takes a sarcastic approach at answering the question: "Is graphic design at Dawson College really worth it?". In short, yes.
I’m a designer with a focus on type design, branding and web design. My fascination with simplicity & anomaly motivates me to create bold, typography-led work with intention. I’m currently working as a graphic designer/art director at Principal and building Riptype from my apartment in Montreal.