This motion graphic is a fictional bumper for Adult Swim created by Jack Maschka (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) for a class project. Below is a GIF that includes some of the animation in the piece.
Sara Faas (2014 Media Design MFA graduate) created a fictional rebranding campaign for the Iowa Food Cooperative, an organization that offers the local community access to locally grown food in an atmosphere that connects its members to producers. The screen shots above are from a detailed project book available to view in full here and the video below summarizes the thought process behind the rebrand and ideas to expand the reach of the organization.
John Giammichele (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created branding for a fictional record store called College Town Records. Here, the logo for the store includes a “C” and a vinyl record to combine the name and purpose of the business.
This stunning environment recreating a torii, a traditional Japanese gate, was made by Lakota Dominick (2014 Computer Animation graduate).
This colorful project was created by James Cruz (Graphic Design Online, Class of 2015).
These fictional advertisements featuring a polar bear, red panda, and bonobo were created for a class assignment by Thomas Cline (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate). Click on each image to see the artwork in greater detail. The World Wildlife Fund logo was used for educational purposes only.
"South Kentish Town Abandoned Tube Station" is a game environment created by Doug Bryant (2014 Computer Animation graduate) to mimic an underground train station in London with the same name that has not been used since 1924.
These behind the scenes photos are from a special project done in partnership with Orange County and the Orange County Regional History Center to help commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Central Florida’s involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. A series of three panels were created to depict Martin Luther King Jr. and Zora Neale Hurston overlooking downtown Orlando’s Lake Eola. Read more about the project, its official unveiling, and see a time lapse video of the project by going to the Full Sail Blog.