2015 Oscar Infographic

Hey everyone! Nicky here :)

I love the Oscars!

It is, I think, the only awards show I actually want to watch throughout the whole year. So, to prepare for the show happening February 22nd, I decided to create my own infographic showing the Top 10 most nominated films in the Oscars this year.

Here is the final:

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Maybe I’ll get an Oscar for the most ambitious information design piece :)

Haunted

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In my experimental typography class, we were tasked to create an experimental poster using the lyrics from any song of our choosing. For mine, I used the lyrics from Haunted by Beyonce, a song I’ve been constantly listening to for the past few weeks now.

Here is the result:

BW-poster

Visualizing Data

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I’m taking a course about Wayfinding and Information Design. Our first project is to organize a set of data into an interesting and understandable way. Here is what I created so far:

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Im-Ur-Dream-Guy

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Let me present my new kinetic type piece: Im-Ur-Dream-Guy. Inspired by the many comments that men send women on Tinder, I decided to create a monologue of a woman’s “dream guy”, describing why he would be the perfect one for you.

Please like and share :)

Kinetic Typography

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Check out my kinetic typography video I’m working on currently for Advanced Typography! More to come when it’s finished

Meet Sophie <3

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Meet Sophie! My lovely havanese! Iv been making illustrations like this for a few families at a great price. If you are interested in having your dog illustrated by me, feel free to email me at:

nicoleclarizio.design@gmail.com

Contact me and we can arrange to have your dog illustration in no time!

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Cooking Mama: The board game

Hey everyone!
I know I haven’t posted anything recently and feel quite horrible about it. Classes have been so so busy and projects are piling up…

BUT here is something that I’ve finally finished!

I am so pleased with the outcome of this project for my Game Design class! I worked with 3 amazing girls to create an analogue game from an original digital game. So, with lots of thought, we decided to take the Nintendo game Cooking Mama and make a board game around that!

I plan on taking more professional pictures of the game for my portfolio, but here’s the final product:

Cooking mama images

And there you have it :)