Come see the School of Visual Arts 2015 Study Abroad Exhibition on Friday, November 6th at the XYZ Gallery in Blacksburg. The opening runs from 5-7pm. We will have a collection of posters, photos, and renderings.
I repurposed and redesigned my Experimental Typography poster to submit for Typography Day’s Poster Design competition. I think I prefer this high-energy color palette (but I do seem to be using more bright colors lately in my designs).
I created a laser-cut invitation for my friend’s Day of the Dead Holiday Gathering (and a slightly obnoxious animated gif for her to send out as an e-blast).
Seen here are my submissions to Mississippi State University’s poster design competition, “Best in Show,” judged by Robynne Raye of Modern Dog.
Seen here are some images from Joey Hannaford’s Calligraphy Workshop at Virginia Tech:
I created this poster for Joey Hannaford’s upcoming visit to Virginia Tech. She will be doing a calligraphy workshop with our design students and a public lecture of her work.
I decided to try to hand-letter my “Hand Lettering” syllabus this semester.
It’d been a while since I’ve mailed out postcards for the “Postcard Project” – but I finally got around to making some new ones. A former student, Sammi Keck, had given me some print outs of glitches (because she knew I liked them), and I decided to slice sticker letters and then physically merge them onto the prints. Click to see more examples and scanner manipulations.
I’m excited that the new Virginia Tech School of Visual Arts website is now live! http://www.sova.vt.edu
Took a bit more work than I was expecting, but had the help of Sammi Keck – and some beautiful background images provided by Dane Webster’s Processing Visualization. And thanks to Rick Craig for providing some gorgeous photos of campus, and to Dongsoo Choi for building a server and getting us online (and helping debug).
BitBash and the VGA Gallery in Chicago had a call for Video Art posters under the theme of “The Future of Video Games.”
My submission is “The Rise and Fall of Pixels.”