Elizabeth Goodspeed

In 2014 and 2015, I was the primary designer for the Ivy Film Festival, which is among the largest student-run film festivals in the world.
The festival occurs annually in the spring, spans a full week, and is made up of keynote speeches, panels and workshops by entertainment industry professionals, student film screenings, pre-release screenings, receptions and parties. Past guests have included Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone, Wes Anderson, Adrien Brody, Laura Linney, Wes Craven, Park Chan-wook, Aaron Sorkin, James Franco, and Lena Dunham, along with many others. I have had the chance to design a wide variety of materials for the festival, including t-shirts and bags, social media tie-ins, poster and publication design, stickers, and much more. See some of it below, and learn more about the festival on the Ivy Film Festival website.

(The directors of the Ivy Film Festival jokingly refer to the 2015 design direction as "the Attack of the Blob")

T-shirt for volunteers and IFF staff members.

Alternate color-ways of the poster were posted around campus to draw interest

Graphic banner for the Ivy Film Festival Website.

Tote bag to be given to attendees

The directors of the film festival enjoying their shirts!

Facebook cover photo for festival screenings event.

Printed one-page schedule for all festival events.

I was very attached to 2014 color palette. I call this yellow "kawaii egg yolk."

Festival shirts

Noriko and Ushio Shinohara, of Cutie and the Boxer, with their shirts.

Noriko and Ushio Shinohara, of Cutie and the Boxer, with their shirts.