These screen shots are from the project book of Abbey Bradford (2014 Media Design MFA graduate) who developed a fictional rebrand for Mayo Clinic as part of an extended class project. This is student work and made for educational purposes only. To see the project in full, go here and also get a preview of it in the video below.
These stills are from the compositing demo reel of Dakota Hitt (2014 Computer Animation graduate), see this set-up and others in the video below.
Alex Jones (2013 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created this illustration for a clothing company called The Original Life to be used for shirts and other items.
Mackenzie Fletcher (2012 Digital Arts and Design graduate) made this tribute poster for the film based on the book series Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
This drawing is by Austin Ulmer (Computer Animation, Class of 2015), click through to see it in all its immaculate detail up close.
This project of a theoretical Shakespeare podcast includes an opening animation and website design created by Brian Collins (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate).
Ziarekenya Smith (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a YouTube redesign that grew from a class project in his Corporate Branding class. Since then, the project has received attention from various design blogs from around the globe. See what a redesigned YouTube experience would look like according to him by viewing the video below. To see more screen shots from this project, go here.
This shading and lighting project was created using 22 render layers and a poly count of over 40,000 by Francisco Gonzalez (2014 Computer Animation graduate).
These behind the scenes photos are from one of the Film Production Masters of Fine Arts program final project Taste of Heaven, a production directed by 2014 graduates David Daudin and produced Alfredo Lara Orbezo Lira.