Here is my final moodboard, representing a selection of designs available on my spreadshirt shop. I feel this moodboard fully encapsulates my brands’ identity for this project at uni. Whilst these varied designs are available on my spreadshirt page, when I finally create a bigcartel website, not all the designs will be available instantly as I will begin with t-shirts featuring just the initial photographs. Im very pleased with how the designs turned out as they are all what I had visualised them to be. I feel the style of font combined with the background image and t-shirt designs will appeal to my mainly male aged from 19-28 audience, but who are also conscious about trend and fashion, but also aware of smaller independent brands. I have thoroughly enjoyed this project and will continue to build this brand for my own project.
I collected several images and did some watercolour palettes to help inspire my final design for my Melting Pot project, this is a photo of just arranging and rearranging. I’ll post a final image of my moodboard on my next post. I was quite strict using only certain images and colour palettes that would compliment my project, whilst remaining focused on what I want to achieve. I combined traditional and stereotypical Russian images, bearing in mind my project aims, with carefully thought out colour palettes.