Logo Workshop by Carlos Fernandez, Presented by AIGA Houston and The Printing Museum

Carlos Fernandez will cover how to dissect a creative brief and hone in on an appropriate solution. Participants will be lead through the logo design process from sketches to digital execution. A computer with Adobe Illustrator is recommended, but pencil and paper will provide an excellent experience as well.

Carlos Fernandez will cover how to dissect a creative brief and hone in on an appropriate solution. Participants will be lead through the logo design process from sketches to digital execution. A computer with Adobe Illustrator is recommended, but pencil and paper will provide an excellent experience as well. 

Optional materials to bring: sketch book, favorite drawing tool, laptop, Adobe Illustrator

There will be a one hour lunch break between 12pm and 1pm and coffee will be provided.

This class is co-organized by the AIGA Houston. It will be held in the museum's studio classroom. Space is limited. To register please visit http://houston.aiga.org/.

SCHEDULE:
9:30-10am, check in.
10 – 12 Class
12 – 1 Lunch Break
1 – 3 Class

Date: Saturday, March 28, 2015, 10:00am-3:00pm
Instructor: Carlos Fernandez
Level: All Levels
Tuition: $70 for non-members, $60 for AIGA and TPM members

For questions contact chris.jones@houston.aiga.org

When & Where
Sat, Mar 28, 2015 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The Printing Museum
1324 W Clay St
Houston, TX 77019