Lee university - orbit
logo / tshirt design
The first time I designed for the Lee University Math Conference, the focus of a design was a dodecahedron which is a polyhedron with twelve flat faces. For this conference, I decided to just use the next shape following the dodecahedron - the icosahedron. The Icosahedron I used I depicted as a flat shape to give it a cool perspective, and used the circular orbit around the icosahedron to represent the event being an annual occurrence. The shirts cost less when you use less colors so I made the design for that a simple one-color design, and for the print, I added a splash of red in the middle. I thought it stood out nicely.