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Collages can be very useful design elements, tying together a variety of images into a cohesive whole. They can be especially appropriate for applications involving collaborative efforts or teams, as they can encompass such a broad range of topics and subjects. For this reason, collages can be an effective way to express the core brand principles of cross-disciplinary collaboration and shared energy.
Overlapping Grid Collage
The example shown below is one style of collage that can be created using elements of the UVA brand. It uses overlapping images to create depth and interest paired with a simple monochromatic palette.
Learn more about using the Overlapping Grid Collage and download a template.
The example shown below is one style of collage that uses shapes and images to communicate substance and energy. This collage employs both UVA's primary and secondary color palettes.
Learn more about using the Parallelogram Collage and download a template.
Simple Grid Collage
The Simple Grid Collage uses squares and rectangles to feature large quantities of images while maintaining simplicity. This collage can employ both UVA's primary and secondary color palettes. The following examples illustrate how this technique can be used.
Learn more about using the Simple Grid Collage and download a template.