For this task I was required to outline my manifesto’s conceptual dimension by listing my design values and designer philosophy, translated to form a full-face mask.
The design values I believe I show in my work are problem solving, curiosity, creativity and passion. I enjoy experimenting with different elements to produce my outcomes, and I’m not afraid to take risks.
As a designer my philosophy would be aesthetics as I have a clear understanding of how to in corporate fundamental design elements like colour, movement, scale, shape and typography in my work to create a bold and effective outcome. This leads to the mask I created.
The mask I created was inspired by the key skills that artists need to produce successful pieces of work. I’ve created well known shapes like a square, rectangle, triangle and a circle placed in an overlapping composition that would allow each shape to be seen in a distinctive way.
In addition to this I also coloured the shapes in using colours that have a strong contrast and don’t clash in with each other. This re in forces to my philosophy of aesthetics as the colours and composition of my mask stand out in a vivid way.
My mask looks more like a crown which, shows that as a designer I’m very proud and enthusiastic of working with different design elements.