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Akko, Unesco World Heritage Site

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THE OLD CITY OF AKKO BRAND DESIGN

In Douglass Scott’s Design Synthesis class at Northeastern University, I was asked to design a full brand and identity for a UNESCO World Heritage Site and implement it on a range of materials. I chose Israel’s old city of Akko.

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NEW YORKER ADS

For a series of ads for a hypothetical exhibit of photographs and artifacts from our chosen site, we had to create a series that would fit in the New Yorker. I chose to feature the brands color and grainy texture while using the shapes as windows into the sites.

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3D SITE SIGN

To make site signage that would fit in with the natural space, I chose to use glass to not take too much attention away from the historic stone and architecture. There would be two of these signs featuring the 8 UNESCO required languages.

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UNESCO BOOK

Using official UNESCO text and writing about our chosen site, we were asked to design a book of this information and imagery, distinguishing the different topics.

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