- Meagan Bruce
The Clothing Bar
company identity, and T-shirt designs for adults, young adults, toddlers. also, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, foods
thumbnail image above : Cookies Galore, shirt design for company called The Clothing Bar
Senior Graphic Artist at The Eagle-Tribune
- Michael Kahan
Michael Kahan printed on many envelopes, each containing a photograph of a different person, and a different “vocation” that is partially homophonous with the name “Kahan.”
letterpress, multiple media, installation, etc.
thumbnail image above : a passage from Marc C. Taylor’s “Erring” on one’s name and the task of vocation (“the task of a lifetime”).
- Justin Rello
Out / Lines : A Collection of Fragments
Stories (based upon events in author’s life), presented with “possible relevant items,” i.e., evidence.
story titles —
A Bump in the Road
The Ride Home that No One Remembers
Tick, Tick, Tick
You’re Gonna Get the Horns
The Wrong Side of the Tracks
The Ride Home that Everyone Remembers
The Almost Empty House.
thumbnail image above : detail from “The Bump in the Road,” and possibly related evidence, from installation in Human Presence show, November 2007.
book of (typewritten) stories, and book containing photographed evidence therein referred to.
- Sonya Shelton
HIV / AIDS Awareness Campaign
posters, gallery installation, involving text and image pairings. Some straight photography, also vectorized images.
thumbnail image above : “Not everyone carries a card.” / Addict (detail of poster)
- Laura Stopa
Mirrors in Myth, Superstition, Fairytale, and Modern Day References
research, image development, book design
Senior designer at Market Mentors
- Steven Trevathan
textual and typographic experimentation; digital and letterpress. installation.
My brother and I would follow my father and uncle into the woods to look through telescopes. The times we’ve spent looking at the clear, cold night skies are dear to me, as they were group excursions of astral wonder with my family... In remembering those and my recent acts of star gazing, I’ve attempted to formulate images with ideas and become somewhat of a poet.
image : detail, installation done on letterpress
(to / state / tone / gallows / or / a / greater)
Co-CEO, make&model (experience design studio)
- Emily (Warwick) Amirault
One idea that I had for my project came about by experimenting with overlapping layers of text. The text was made up of excerpts from some of the descriptions that I received from my peers. By overlapping the dreams but leaving some parts legible, I felt that the artwork reflected the confusing and nonlinear storylines in dreams.
I began focusing more on photographing subjects that interested me and that felt dreamlike. I created several collaged images of that quality using older and more recent photos I’d taken. The manipulated and original digital photographs were not used to represent specific dreams.