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Stillwater Magazine

Stillwater Magazine, 2019

LP Vinyl Design

Dusk is a compilation of my favorite 70s songs, 2020

Paul Renner Book

16 page book about Paul Renner, 2020

Brand Identity for One More Dip

Quart of ice cream for the company "one more dip", 2019

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About Savannah

Harford County

Savannah Kaye grew up in Bel Air, Maryland and now currently lives in Fallston, Maryland. She recieved her Associate of Art’s Degree at Harford Community College in Graphic Design. She currently attends Towson University to earn her BFA in Graphic Design in 2021.

LP Vinyl Design

LP record design for a compilation of my favorite 70s songs. Dusk is the time you would listen to the record when driving or when the sun sets. The back cover has the songs along with the lyrics.

Hampton Mansion

I created an identity for the Hampton Mansion (business card, letterhead, envelope), along with a brand guide, home & secondary websites. The Mansion is located in Towson, Maryland and was the largest private home in the U.S. by 1790. It is an example of the late Georgian style architecture in America.

  • Logo

    My inspiration for the logo came from the front windows on the exterior of the mansion.
  • Business Card

    A business card for a park ranger who gives guided tours of the mansion.
  • Identity Suite

    Letterhead, business card and envelope
  • Home & Secondary Websites

    The home webpage is an introduction to the site. The secondary page is about the history & culture of the site along with a photo gallery of old photographs.

Alfred B. Hilton

Alfred B. Hilton was an African American Union Army Solider during the American Civil War. He was born in Harford County, Maryland in 1842. He participated in the Battle of Chaffins Farm on the outskirts of the confederate capital of Richmond VA. He received the highest medal decoration: The Medal of Honor for his courages acts in the Battle of Chaffins Farm. This logo was inspired by where he grew up (maryland flag) and the flag he carried through battle.

Camera Obscuras

I created camera obscuras from all different rooms around my house. By covering my windows with black plastic bags and by cutting a one inch hole in the bag, I reflected the image from outside upside down inside different rooms. The best photos I took were in small rooms with one window with little light coming through.

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