New York designer Nikolay Saveliev has got a nice portfolio, pictured is his work on the 2007 RISD Yearbook,
‘A yearbook that tries to capture, in single moments, the dynamicism of the Rhode Island School of Design. Still-life vignettes relating to majors and shared experiences were placed alongside student portraits lovingly plasticized in a UV overprint, resulting in a skewed-traditional yearbook.’
Project with Caroline May, Steve Reinmuth,& Frank Vandiver.
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