• Brittany Kiehl: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: In my work I am mostly drawn to the use of darker colors, simple logo designs and heavy uses of typography and illustration. Typography is essential to have in graphic design because it is the most ...
      • Molly Gustafson: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: My work as a graphic designer explores typography and illustration. Graphic design is such a large world. It is the first piece of art when you go somewhere or read something. How messages are created ...
      • Daniel Breckenridge: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: I started my art education aiming to be a photographer. Since a college education is not required for many photographer positions, Ishifted to graphic design. I see graphic design as a branch of ...
      • Kendall Akin: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a Graphic Designer, I strive to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, and captivate consumers through creating purposeful and intentional art. I find influence everywhere I go: the way finding ...
      • Hayden Miller: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: My goal as a graphic designer is to meet the challenges and objectives I'm presented with by finding unique and innovative solutions. Regardless of the context I'm designing in, I strive to find the ...
      • Lilly Luke: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: In the words of Victor Shklovsky: "Habitualization devours work, clothes, furniture, one's wife, and the fear of war. "If the whole complex lives of many people go on unconsciously, then such lives ...
      • Emily Pantoja: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a designer, there is no escaping the practical nature of the art I create. The end-product is often a piece that will be held, used, and interacted with by a large variety of people and it must ...
      • Meryl Saxton: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: I like to explore the possibilities of how to present visual problems. Using computer programs and traditional mediums I can figure out what is best suited for a project. I enjoy experimenting with ...
      • Jiuying Cheng: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a graphic designer, I always believe design can help people live better lives because the design provides the visual and convenience benefits. Hence, I think the most important things for design ...
      • Yijie Zhu: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a graphic designer, I use a lot of different mediums to reach a perfect result. I take care of every step and keep myself creative when seeking more ideas. I use the Adobe Suites to complete some ...
      • Demi Connelley: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: Design has the ability of being different, never repetitive, and constantly requires you to expand yourself regarding research in the creative process. Graphic design has flexibility and diversity ...
      • Rachael Stark: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As an artist and designer, I love working with my hands. I take traditional forms such as sketching, drawing, tracing- all on paper first, and then translate the work to my computer/screen. My work ...
      • Shreenal Patel: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: I am privileged to know two different cultures and my designs reflect that. I have always been a creative person as I used to make birthday cards for everyone. I knew that wanted to pursue something ...
      • Sean Foran: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: "Think like a businessman, create like an artist." In most forms of art, the artist creates mostly for themselves and mostly for the individual with pulls of emotion. In graphic design, no matter ...
      • Nolan King: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a Designer, I focus strongly on concept design and development from production to post production. I believe that design is about communication and telling stories through the work itself. Design ...
      • Alexandra Gulyan: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: How can I make something that others will enjoy? This is a question I often ask myself as I work. Life these days can often be hectic and stressful. However, art presents a way to take a step back ...
      • Todd Underwood: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As an artist, I thrive in messes. Within my creative process, I often end up with my hands and floors covered in paint. My studio is home to a hoard of found-objects which await to be showered with ...
      • Katie Brooks: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: Like many other designers, my interest in design began at a young age when I became infatuated with drawing horses. This involved using the application Paint on my 2003 DELL, and subsequently trying ...
      • Shannon Slack: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: As a painter my work explores the definitions of consciousness. As defined by the Cambridge English Dictionary, consciousness is described as: "the state of being awake, aware of what is around you, ...
      • Stephen Tyree: capstone 

        Author(s):Unknown
        Date Submitted:2018
        The artist's statement: Stephen Tyree is a graphic designer who strives to create original imagery while heavily focusing on illustration in his artwork. His creations often have had two facets; either his artwork is ...