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!
Talos decks is a fictional skate deck company branded by Russel Mixon (2015 Digital Arts and Design graduate). In his own words, “In Greek mythology, Talos was the protector of Crete, nicknamed the bronze bull. He was a powerful, reliable force, said to be made of bronze, something this company vows to model and build their decks like.”
These skate decks combining animals and shapes were designed by Sydney Toler (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) for a class assignment.
Paula Corrales (2014 Digital Arts and Design graduate) developed a fictional advertising campaign for a conceptual ballet performance titled Danza Dei Fiori which is Italian for “Dance of the Flowers.” Notice how the flower petals implied in the posters mimic the movements a dancer can make.