July 19, 2017 / Cover Spotlight / Design

2017 Oak Hills cover gets sophisticated with laser cut

Written by Jamie Chambers

For our latest Cover Spotlight, we’ll look at the 2017 yearbook cover from Oak Hills High School in Hesperia, California.

Through a sophisticated laser cut placed on the front cover (seen above), you catch a sneak peek of the bright, colorful palette the school is using for the sections of the interior of their book.

The segments of concentric circles are cut through the Luminaire Black Linen material of the cover. The bright colors on the endsheet contrast greatly with the rich, dark color of the Luminaire Black Linen.

It isn’t until you open the book to the front endsheets that you receive the full intensity of the colors used throughout the book.

Great concept and an outstanding cover!

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Jamie Chambers

Jamie Chambers faced two career path choices in college, and lucky for Walsworth he chose art over accounting. He has been a creative influence for Walsworth for 17 years, currently as Design & Creative Concepting Supervisor in the Marketing Department. For 10 years, as an artist and supervisor for the Creative Services Department, Jamie traveled to workshops to collaborate with yearbook staffs to develop their covers and theme packages.