Daniela Sora (current student, Digital Arts and Design) created a 3D recreation of a record player.
Carlos Rosado (2015 Digital Arts and Design grad) created this infographic to detail the Mars Rover Curiosity.
This “mallvertising” campaign is for a fictional restaurant that lets patrons choose their own toppings for a hamburger so in this project, Chelsea Lipman (2014 Digital Arts and Design grad) created an escalator wrap to visually rotate ingredients and promote the business using shock value.
Check out this demo reel from Victoria Lilly (2015 Digital Arts and Design grad) that combines various motion graphic projects she worked on into one edit.
In this class assignment, Shelby Reynolds (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) had to recreate an object only using Illustrator and selected a robot.
Bradley Costa (2015 Digital Arts and Design grad) created a motion graphic as a PSA to warn teens about the dangers of drinking and driving.
These stills are from a 3D animation done by Brent Baker (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate). See the project in action below.
These tribute film posters for Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Invisible Man were made by Collin Estrada (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate).
Paula Corrales (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created fictional branding of a Frida Kahlo-inspired bakery.
Dr. Seuss has been an inspiration for over 50 years, and for this project Samantha Alyse (2013 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a fictional advertising campaign that includes the iconic artwork on an ordinary laundry detergent bottle.
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!