Saturday, November 14, 2009

Video "What You Can Do Right Now To Help with Autism"


Book display for graduation exhibition

Book display for graduation exhibition, "What You Can Do right Now to Help Your child with Autism"



Illustration for "What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child with Autism"





All autistic children have ways of dropping

into their own world, leaving us behind for

a minute, an hour, a day.











Illustration using paper cut and thread represent the circuit on our brain and dendrite.
The idea is to illustrate the story on each chapter and make it feel like a storybook in some part.



Book redesign on "What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child with Autism"

This is my final project of my undergraduate visual communication program.

I want to bring this book to another level so i challenge my self to make a book that could bring emotions trough it's form yet technically functional for the readers. Book in it's physical form should be able to deliver the message that it brings inside.


COVER
The objective was this book to be seen so fragile and quite but it's actually strong and special.
Material: Tyfek paper, water resistant and couldn't be tiered
special effect: Emboss, UV spot and hand sewn


CONTENT
200 pages in 10 chapter, readers could easily access each chapter because
the variety of paper weight and special binding technique imposition.
Material: Euro premium for content and Tyfek for chapter opening


Special thx to Jonathan Levy "Author"

Hi, I'm Felix and this is my blog! feel*it

I don't know why but today i feel like i've to start my blog and post whatever i would be posting in the future. I'm a visual communication recent graduate and interested in a lot of things, painting, architect, interior, sculpture, graphic, fashion, culinary, illustration, business, animation and etc.

Let me share my inspiration, idea, thoughts and works therefore you would be able to see, understand and feel trough my own perspective.

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Felix Tjahyadi

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