Friday, August 23, 2013

Homepage bound

I meant to post this earlier in the week, but never got the time. I've occasionally done illustrations for banners on the homepage of the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law site. Here are a few of them:

For a celebration of the fifth anniversary of the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights. They wanted it to include something evoking the idea of signing a constitution (like a quill pen). So this came together easily enough.

For a conference on cyber-bullying. Pretty self-explanatory. We've come so far since the days of "kick me" signs. Now we can torment each other in comments sections and Facebook posts!

For a new program on international law and business studies. They wanted the image to include the idea of finance or the stock market, with the financial center of a city.

Here's the homepage, which is at the moment featuring the David Asper Centre banner. The banners are only up temporarily, so if you look and it's no longer up, it would have looked a little something like this:

Thank you, Lucianna!

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