EG

Undergraduate

Coursework

How might coursework stimulate creativity and flexibility across various design briefs?
Timeframe

201 – 2015

Role

BFA Student

Platform

Print

Tools

Adobe Creative Suite

Illustration

International Museum of Art & Science

Design Brief

Update and format the Edinburg Teen Court Volunteer Training Session Teen Court Training Manual.

Develop iconography to navigate readers amongst six categories of manual: Teen Court Calendar, Teen Court Rules, Attorney, Baliff, Court Clerk, and Master of Jury Member.

Year

2014

Course

Design & Production II

Illustration

Sunscreen Reapplication

by Horace Taylor
Design Brief

Design a poster inspired by 1920s Art Deco to raise skin cancer awareness.

Inspired by advertisements for Brightest Longon by Horace Taylor, I sought to use his style as a central point of inspiration in creating this piece.

Year

2014

Course

Ideas & Styles

Art Direction

International Museum of Art & Science

Design Brief

To promote International Museum of Art & Science brand in transit across the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas.

Design a vehicle wrap concept for a 2005 Isuzu NPR 12ft Box FL Truck that reinforces the IMAS Mantra: Think. Discover. Experience. Create.

Year

2014

Course

Design & Production I

Illustration

Reimagining Frankenstein

Design Brief

Read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and reimagine the cover design for Frankenstein.

Inspired by the lack of a name and sense of identity, I sought to use the creature’s brain as a map discovering a new world.

Year

2013

Course

Visual Communication

Illustration

Children's Sea Turtle Coloring Book

Design Brief

To educate K-5th grade students to learn about sea turtle hatching and the dangers of littering.

Each design met Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills education requirements.

Year

2013

Course

Design & Production I

Conclusion

Highlights