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Graphic Design

Soulfest Poster

This poster was created for Oakland City University Office of Admissions annual Soulfest concert. The posters were printed with full-bleed on glossy 11×17-inch paper. Publicity Photos were provided by the acts.

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Branded Email Marketing Graphics

These Oakland City University branded marketing graphics were created for the OCU Office of Admissions for an upcoming email campaign. The images, along with supporting text will be sent to potential students throughout the application process.

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Accepted Student Day Postcards

This 5×7-inch postcard was created for the Oakland City University Office of Admissions as part of my position at the University. The design utilizes the fonts Faktos and Champagne & Limousines, which are the fonts used in the OCU Athletics Logo.

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Contact Magnets

This magnet design was created for the Oakland City University Office of Admissions as part of my position at the University.  The design was created to match the branding of the OCU Website, and makes use of the Trajan Pro font, which is the font used in the OCU Logo.

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Groundbreaking Program

This program was created for Oakland City University’s groundbreaking ceremony for Boulevard Commons, a new dorm on campus. The programs were printed, double-sided half sheets, on 60-lb card stock.

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Broadway Players 2018 Season

Frank's Life poster

Andrea Turner Design worked with Broadway Players’ to create marketing materials for their 2018 Season.  Deliverables for this project included show logos and posters. Logos The 2018 season included 4 shows: Kiss the Bride by John Wooten; Frank’s Life by Mark Dunn; Little Shop of Horrors based on the film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by…

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Broadway Players 2017 Season

Andrea Turner Design worked with Broadway Players’ to create marketing materials for their 2017 Season.  Deliverables for this project included show logos and posters. Logos The 2017 season included 4 shows: To Kill a Mockingbird; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown; The 39 Steps; and Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas.   The standard show logo was…

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