One of five silkscreen prints depicting my idea of Entombment. For this assignment, we were instructed to take inspiration from previous art movements, and stab a biblical dictionary. Whatever word we landed on, is the word we had to work with for our prints. I stabbed Entombment.
I decided to portray Entombment through the depiction of the ancient Egyptian Pyramids, however, it is getting "abducted" by a UFO, which also is a place a person may feel "trapped". The rest is up to your interpretation. The color palette was chosen for it's uniqueness, and unnaturally odd quality.
Date: 2016 Professor: Ethan Green Class: Print I-A
In another class, they had an assignment to create zombie self-portraits. I decided to create some zombie portraits to compile as gifts for a secret Santa pool we were having at work.
For this assignment, we were asked to design something around the last thing we bought, and the last thing we threw away.
The last thing I threw away were fast food containers. I decided to take parody into poster form, using minimal elements to create "fast food" items, parodied in order to portray why I threw them away.
The last thing I bought, at the time, being two tickets to see The Blood Brothers in Brooklyn, NY.
I bought these tickets as a gift, so I really didn't go into this knowing much about them, it was fun to dig around about an artist I didn't know too well, and to create something coming from that perspective. This poster was inspired by their song, Pink Tarantulas, and the fact that the concert is in Brooklyn, hence the Brooklyn Bridge.
Date: 2014 Professor: Shawn Hasto Class: Graphic Design I
I Am Here
Something created as I was just sitting in class connecting triangles and making them create something more. I added the quote to this afterwards so that I could print and frame this for personal use.
One of my first projects in Illustrator ever, I'm still sort of pleased at how this came out. The assignment was to create a poster where you illustrate a character out of a quote they've said, or a quote from the particular piece of media they're from.
This is a minimalistic depiction of Clementine from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, made up of a quote spoken by Joel, speaking to her in reflection.
Date: 2013 Professor: Basem Hassan Class: Typography II