An infographic poster representing the projects that I've completed during my Sophomore and Junior Year at the University of Kansas. Blooms Taxonomy of Learning and the AIGA and NASAD competencies are used in a lot of other works, but most of all, motived this unique way of representing the chart itself. Tackling the information from myself was an interesting experience to achieve.
Nominated for Poster Award - National Student Show 2015
Creating hand lettering in another way is by letting out steam. Immersing yourself within your own works is the greatest feeling that one can own. At the end of the fall 2014 semester, I was able to create a collection of hand lettering exercises from what I learned and created a vulgar statement towards stress. It's a nice way to tackle it, let alone create something awesome.
The goal for Fall 2014 was to remake a title sequence for a show, film, or game. The reality TV show, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" is one of my favorite shows and chose to rebrand the title sequence, due to the fact that their title sequence is not all good. They've had that same title sequence since 2007 and seems outdated for their new approach in life, especially for their main interest in fashion.
Original title sequence since 2007
The Coterie Theatre Located in Kansas City, MO - A non-profit organization children's theatre that provides educational programs within the community.
The Coterie Theatre Presents: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, a play that's being featured from January 27th to March 1st 2015. By taking a course through the University of Kansas, I was able to have the opportunity to create a poster for a children's play, which was a wonderful experience to uphold. During the course, a small group of students and I created concepts for the play, which was later presented to the client one on one. It was much appreciated to know that my work was picked to showcase their play later in the Spring 2014 semester.
Over the summer of 2013, creating the title sequence for the film, "Requiem For A Dream" was an interesting experience. To create this, I only had a clear container, food coloring, and my DSLR (Ti Rebel 2 Canon), which I then put together through After Effects. The colors red and blue represented not only the characters, but mainly the circulatory system within ourselves, setting the stage up for film of the film.
Disclaimer: The Credits/audio belong to the film industry. This is purely a student project. This was with my first external hard drive that got stolen awhile back. So unfortunate.