Let’s
explore
together.


Hannah
Stitt


(Peterson)

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Wildland Mag



Rationale       
After being inspired by my trip to Yellowstone, I knew that I wanted to highlight the land of Wyoming and get more people tuned into its unique geology— and get outside! Give a damn about our environment! We only have one planet! Creating a magazine publication was the most successful way to communicate the information displayed for the task that was at hand. The title Wildland for the overall magazine came from the various wild terrains that we have in North America. The magazine currently contains a curation of recent articles separated by their topics. The different topic sections include: history of the state + background, wildlife, recreation, travel, and parks.  
The art direction I went with to display the articles about Wyoming was strongly influenced by Government Park System publications from the 1930-1940’s with a modern refresh by the use of typography.

I am open to constructive criticism! How can I make this publication better based on my goals? I would love to hear your thoughts or comments.
hannahpeterson671@gmail.com
Contributors + Mentors —

PSU GD
Amy Sly

Brief —

PSU GD — Design a printed magazine with cover, multiple articles, and a feature story. These will be turned in as both print and mocked up digital forms (choice of web or iOS).

Field Journal



Rationale       
This project was my thesis in college. I personally love volcanology and want others to experience it too in a friendly way! This guide/journal features and introduction to how to see Mt St. Helens from a Geology perspective. All you need to do is hike and read this guide! You'll notice while journaling you will also see opportunities to learn further knowlege about the magical world of volcanoes and the Pacific North West. I personally, had the most fun making this topic approachable and friendly with the color, type, and illustration style. I landed on this color scheme because it was successful on grabbing the eye — like, "Hey!! Pick me up! Time to go outside! (Especially important these days with COVID-19) My favorite element is potentially the texture I collaged together by placing my own collection of obsidian, which is volcanic glass, from Bend, Oregon on my paper scanner.  

I am open to constructive criticism! How can I make this journal better based on my goals? I would love to hear your thoughts or comments, please positivity only!
hannahpeterson671@gmail.com
Contributors + Mentors —

PSU GD
Roz Crews
Meredith James


Brief —

PSU GD — Research a topic of choice for 10 weeks then produce a product from that 10 weeks of self conducted or guided research.