Christine Zimmerman (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created a fictional book jacket design for Veronica Roth’s Divergent for a class project.
This fictitious campaign was created for a class project by Trevor Berg (Digital Arts and Design, current student). In his own words, the intention was to inspire outdoor enthusiasts to share their stories of adventure.
Kate Meehan (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) made these website comps for the fictional Cape Coral Zoo.
These stills are taken from an experimental video called Retro Pop! by Jesus Rob Montilla (Digital Arts and Design, current student). In his own words, the assignment was for “an abstract piece that could represent the topic of ‘color expressionism.’ The concept for the video was to show commonly known objects while playing with paint and cool special effects. The cheap and weird aesthetic of the video was the goal of the project.” Check it out below.
Carlos Rosado (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate) created infographics for endangered animals that he formatted into an app and brochure design.
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.