Slick Design Thinking uses “slick hair” as a prompt for exploring the language of design. The slick hairstyle originated in 18th-century France. Its development was affected by the World Wars, Western social attitudes, and jazz culture. The style is glossy and sensual but has also been associated with superficiality and slipperiness. The theme of slick hair has helped me develop both disciplined and free methods for creating form and conveying content.
These three types of word “SLICK” represents the three values of my Slick Design.
These slick graphic shapes were printed on 8x10.6in matte papers and mounted on the illustration papers.
These seven hand-cut posters were printed on the 20x26.7in luster papers and mounted on the 3mm Sintra boards.