Armond Apont (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a poster and laminates for a fictional event for the group A Tribe Called Quest.
These images are from the planning process of a commercial created by Ethan Barber (Digital Arts and Design current student) for the fictional promotion of an album by the group Odesza. It is beautiful. See it in action in the video below.
Born out of a desire to push his own creative boundaries, Fundamentals of Animation Course Director John Pierro (Digital Arts and Design) has pledged to complete one painting each day in 2015. We sat down with John in his home studio to talk about the project, and what advice he’d give to students looking to follow his lead.
These stills are taken from a project by Ryan Schwartz (Digital Arts and Design, current student) in their Editing Digital Video course where he created a fictional spot for Ray-Ban sunglasses. See the final work in the video below.
Kevin Yang (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created this fictional rebranding for a car wash. Also, credit to Jessica Hische for providing direction on the logotype.
This SAGA Ukiyo-e reimagining was painted by Robert Ignasiak (Digital Arts and Design, current student). Read more about the process below in their own words.
“The objective of this print was to reimagine the characters and setting of SAGA in a traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e style. Japanese Ukiyo-e prints are known for their beauty and simplicity – they have an epic feel to them. The motivation was to juxtapose the epic feel of Ukiyo-e prints with the futuristic feel of SAGA. Ukiyo-e prints are known for their rigorous and deliberate positioning of elements. My aim was to create a hierarchy based upon each character’s role in SAGA by utilizing a Ukiyo-e layout. Tradition ink and brush techniques were used to create the lines. The line work was then colored digitally with a limited pallet based on other ukiyo-e prints.”
These fictional website comps for a golf resort are from Matt Faller (Digital Arts and Design, current student) and were created early on in the program when students practice their interface design skills for the first time.
These progress shots are from Mikki Wong (Digital Arts and Design, current student) who created this radio as their first 3D project in the program.
Ethan Barber (Digital Arts and Design, current student) created a board game in their Critique Structures course where students are asked to build on a previous project. In this case, Ethan grew a card design into a full game.