This was one of the most fun and educational classes that I have ever taken related to graphic design. I loved the experimentation involved with each project, while still sticking to strict graphic design principles, rules and otherwise, to create books that are enjoyable to read and look at. With typography that is treated correctly, not distorted or warped in ways that are destruction and disrespectful to the found typeface. It really shows how much can be used within the topic of typography to generate graphic design in different mediums.
Looking back on these projects, I would change a lot. I felt that the insides of the books never reached perfection in terms of eliminating rivers, runts and otherwise. Given more time I would definitely continue to perfect that. And with the calendars, I plan to take even more photos of the concrete prints. Soviet bus stops are inherently outdoors, so the next photoshoot I do will follow suit. Lastly the poster was something I felt like I personally could push the farthest. It was really about taking this idea I created and pushing it to be as perfect as possible. It really is an organized chaos, but I feel that given more time I could have made it more organized and less chaotic, to attract a broader audience. At this point in time the design is compelling, but not enticing to read.