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RANDY PAUL

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RANDY PAUL

 

About me

Maker of Things, Breaker of Monotony, Eradicator of Pain Points, Advocator of the User, Explorer of the Possible, Researcher of Life, Initiator of Change.

I am a Multidisciplinary Designer with 15 years of professional design experience. I am a strong leader with the ability to communicate effectively across an array of markets, fields, professions, and people. My ability to empathize with the user, team and stakeholders allows me to flow freely and effectively in collaborative environments.

Below is a sample of my past work, images that extend beyond the screen.

 

London Olympics Stadium

While working at Rainier, a custom design, print, and manufacturing company, I had the opportunity to work on the London Olympics Stadium project. 336 twisting 80 foot tall banners encircling the stadium and creating a visually memorable look for the stadium.

 
 
The proposal consisted of taking the lines from the logo and creating shapes that would be assembled to make giant olympians for the statium.

The proposal consisted of taking the lines from the logo and creating shapes that would be assembled to make giant olympians for the statium.

The was initially a call for artists to make proposal for the design. I seized the opportunity and got to work on a concept utilizing the branding and colors for the event. Above and below are what was presented to the Olympic committee.

 
The color scheme was based off of the ticket colors that identified which section the seats were in. The banner colors, in essense became part of the wayfinding for visitors to see from a distance where they needed to go.

The color scheme was based off of the ticket colors that identified which section the seats were in. The banner colors, in essense became part of the wayfinding for visitors to see from a distance where they needed to go.

 
A 3D rendering was presented to show the banners and how the twisting would affect the design.

A 3D rendering was presented to show the banners and how the twisting would affect the design.

It was later discovered that the open call was for artists only applied to citizens of the United Kingdom. Even though I was not eligible, I received favorable feedback and was still tasked to manage the production and color control for the massive project, meeting weekly with an international team. Rainier made prototypes, tested materials, cut, printed and installed these giant banners you see in the photo below. The whole project took over a year to coordinate, produce, and ship.

 
A final aerial shot of the opening day for the London Olympics.

A final aerial shot of the opening day for the London Olympics.

 
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