AVERY DENNISON
Creative Direction - Graphic Design by Kelvin Govey
OHIO ADX - POSTER  CONCEPTS
The following posters were designed for the Avery Dennison OHIO ADX trade exhibition stand. 
The final posters were used as promotional material and exhibition graphics.
ADX OHIO LOGO AND FONT STUDIES
Final branding and display graphics from the Avery Dennison ADX Lab Ohio 2022
BUCKEYE CHARACTER DESIGN
Character design for patches and heat transfer giveaways at the Ohio ADX trade show.
Ohioans have referred to themselves as Buckeyes since at least the presidential election of 1840 when Ohio resident William Henry Harrison won the presidency. Harrison's supporters carved campaign souvenirs out of buckeye wood to illustrate their support for their fellow Ohioans.
The name "buckeye" stems from Native Americans, who called the nut "hetuck," which means "buck eye" (because the markings on the nut resemble the eye of a deer).
FOOTBALL HEAT TRANSFER NUMBERS 
The following are a set of three unique football number font designs. 
Each number is adaptable to different weights and outline variations.
BLOCK OUT V.01
ORBICULAR V.01
ORBICULAR V.02
SHARD V.01
CIRCULAR/SUSTAINABLE ICON CONCEPTS
Graphic icon concepts for Avery Dennison's circular program.
Icons were applied across various mediums, from brand and digital communications 
to promotional applications such as patches and heat transfers.

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