John Hill, Jr.
K C Lee
- Andrew Bablo
development of a magazine and identity devoted to snowboarding sport and culture
The project evolved into a successful business built around design, murals, signage, events, &c.
- John Hill, Jr.
I am interested in the establishment and adjustment of meaning and visual interest across a sequence of grouped images, each in a disc format. Part of the project has been to reduce the matter — i.e., content — down to the smallest elemental unit, the “dot.” With minimal space for context and clues within a single uninflected image, meaning is generated by sequencing and the judicious (or accidental) deployment of words.
thumbnail image : detail from process documentation
- K C Lee
Random nonsense / misinformation
a series of works starting with nonsense posters, then shifting to body of work that uses nonsense as a tool to convey a message.
titles include —
Ganze Macher (false jellyfish, Mary Read bio, etc.)
Gwyneth Paltrow (nonsense celebrity family tree)
History of the (history, with systematically removed content)
Fake Maps (with names of states and countries, mislocated)
- Joe Lovasco
line drawings, on flat surfaces and as three-dimensional objects in three-dimensional spaces
I will create these line drawings by hand and by other means, including digital and handtools (i.e., computer, band saw)...
image thumbnail above : detail of pencil sketch and its digital derivation
laser output, stencils, diecut vinyl, freestanding and wall-hung plywood cutouts.
- Sarah Meyers
Solarbotics, Quest for the Ancient Mariner
Fall 2006 —
Solarbotics in the Classroom
Teaching kids robotics in an art classroom combines three of my interests, science, graphic design, and art education. worked with LEGO Mindstorms and ROBOLAB, documentation of process — including difficulties, thoughts, and minor accomplishments — so as to assess age-appropriate unit/kit for teaching robotics in an arts classroom
Spring 2007 —
The Quest for the Ancient Mariner
interviews with retired fishermen/seamen, documentation and map of the process
- Jennifer (Mineo) Estrada
poetry in the world
Poetry in the World, two parts —
display of short poems in locations like elevator, t-shirt, at a gas pump, to expose people to poetry, in hopes they will be inspired to pick up a book of poems and enjoy on their own.
design and production of Annette Mineo’s poetry — in the five-line form called American Tanka.thumbnail image above : cover detail, annette mineo, six sunflowers & an inch worm
- Kaity Rupert
Orangutan Valley, As Above, So Below.
Fall 2006 —
zoo information, identity, exhibit design
Spring 2007 — As Above, So Below.
a book of astrological profiles
symbol development/design, book
image (thumbnail, above): alignment correction, Venus (detail from process book)
- Morgan (Sullivan) Rossman
Fear, Faith, and the Bible
from table of contents, process book —
1 cutting, photocopying, and drawing on the bible
2 went to church, church group. brought home notes
3 took pictures of bible, churches, people
4 books of photos
5 experimented with type and photos
6 illustrated people holding the bible
Lilliput Early Childhood Center
- Jessica Tari
Through a series of squares, the shape of one guppy will be distorted and contorted to create decorative shapes and designs. Through placement, new forms will begin to emerge. Through arranging them all together, the piece will take on a completely new meaning and possibly tell a story.
I started with a fish
I blew him up
and turned him around
and became decorative
␚oǫ ʜƨiʇ ɘʜƚ bib ɘɿɘʜw where did the fish go?
and floats upside down
- Devin Toye
Fall 2006 —
comic books — Quint Thalassic (thumbnail image above)
“...all the small things. The things that make people feel comfortable and uncomfortable on an every day basis. Whether it’s with your job, school, friends, family, girlfriend or boyfriend...”
Spring 2007 —
illustrated books, installation. titles include:
After Death a Fog
I fucking hate my life
also, a lot of animations
- Peter Vachon
My playlist 1970, Selective 90s Pop Culture
My playlist 1970 — 2007
Selective 90s Pop Culture
(booklets for boxed set)