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Senior graphic design portfolios premiere this week

Graphic design seniors will feature their portfolios April 30 at 6:30 in Fermanian Business Center. Here is one piece most of them submitted to The Point.

LARA KHODANIAN: This project was the most fun, I was able to get away from the computer and started to  draw and paint for it. And hey, it might become a real business later on, so if you like gift wrap, mini-calendars or letters/envelopes, let me know!
LARA KHODANIAN: This project was the most fun, I was able to get away from the computer and started to draw and paint for it. And hey, it might become a real business later on, so if you like gift wrap, mini-calendars or letters/envelopes, let me know!

 

LUKE TURNER: Summary: Short handout/mag designed for Ted speaker; Speaker: Jill Tarter. I like graphic design. I design because design. Design is design. #motivational #groundbreaking #veryraredesign #prodigy #historical  #veryrareportfolio
LUKE TURNER: Summary: Short handout/mag designed for Ted speaker; Speaker: Jill Tarter. I like graphic design. I design because design. Design is design. #motivational #groundbreaking #veryraredesign #prodigy #historical #veryrareportfolio
JENAE LOOFBOURROW: My sister Julia Nicole, a New York city performer and bakery owner spends her days in bustling Astoria creating new recipes at her shop, Sweet Jewelz. Young professionals grab a quick cookie and glass of almond milk after work while budding families spend hours sharing quality time in the bakery. With a fun, light­–hearted and homey feel, Sweet Jewelz takes pride in creating treats for food sensitive individuals while only using the highest quality of ingredients. Julia makes her almond milk by soaking raw almonds for 24 hours and then straining them through a cheesecloth to produce a thick, creamy, smooth beverage. The bold colors and playful typography of the Sweet Jewelz brand identity mimic the vibrance and energy of the surrounding New York community.
JENAE LOOFBOURROW: My sister Julia Nicole, a New York city performer and bakery owner spends her days in bustling Astoria creating new recipes at her shop, Sweet Jewelz. Young professionals grab a quick cookie and glass of almond milk after work while budding families spend hours sharing quality time in the bakery. With a fun, light­–hearted and homey feel, Sweet Jewelz takes pride in creating treats for food sensitive individuals while only using the highest quality of ingredients. Julia makes her almond milk by soaking raw almonds for 24 hours and then straining them through a cheesecloth to produce a thick, creamy, smooth beverage. The bold colors and playful typography of the Sweet Jewelz brand identity mimic the vibrance and energy of the surrounding New York community.
MIKE MARCOUX:  My name is Mike Marcoux and I am a fifth year senior. I am a Graphic Design major with an emphasis in advertising.I finished my final year of baseball last year and took on a grueling two class schedule this semester. My favorite memory from Loma has been being able to live down in San Diego and take advantage of all the great experiences and opportunities this city has to offer #pacificbeach #missionbeach. Living down here has truly been the best time of my life, so if any agencies in San Diego are looking to hire don't be shy my work can be viewed at  marcoux-designs.com  This is a print advertisement from my campaign for RAID! bug spray, where I captured the feeling a consumer gets when, for instance, taking down an army of ants and liberating their household.
MIKE MARCOUX: My name is Mike Marcoux and I am a fifth year senior. I am a Graphic Design major with an emphasis in advertising.I finished my final year of baseball last year and took on a grueling two class schedule this semester. My favorite memory from Loma has been being able to live down in San Diego and take advantage of all the great experiences and opportunities this city has to offer #pacificbeach #missionbeach. Living down here has truly been the best time of my life, so if any agencies in San Diego are looking to hire don’t be shy my work can be viewed at marcoux-designs.com This is a print advertisement from my campaign for RAID! bug spray, where I captured the feeling a consumer gets when, for instance, taking down an army of ants and liberating their household.
RACHEL HARRELL: This project was initially for illustration class and the prompt was to brand an item with an illustrated logo. I created a cane soda brand that featured this melancholy walrus named Berg. For my portfolio, I expanded the brand to include apparel and a delivery truck.
RACHEL HARRELL: This project was initially for illustration class and the prompt was to brand an item with an illustrated logo. I created a cane soda brand that featured this melancholy walrus named Berg. For my portfolio, I expanded the brand to include apparel and a delivery truck.
JOE SLOAN: This picture is part of a larger project to rebrand the National Gallery in London.  The illustration overlaid on the background of the card is a damask pattern which references the interior decorations and the history of the museum.
JOE SLOAN: This picture is part of a larger project to rebrand the National Gallery in London. The illustration overlaid on the background of the card is a damask pattern which references the interior decorations and the history of the museum.
JAE EDDY: The entire identity is built off of the logo, which is set on a simple grid of four equally sized circles and squares; while a strong emphasis is placed on being as dynamic and geometric as possible.
JAE EDDY: The entire identity is built off of the logo, which is set on a simple grid of four equally sized circles and squares; while a strong emphasis is placed on being as dynamic and geometric as possible.
ERINN GUTHRO: This project originated from my love of Marvel comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There is a serious lack of Female Superhero merchandise. The female characters are some of the best and they are always forgotten. And if there are any products, like T-shirts, the designs are terrible and would say something like “I love Superheroes” in pink letters. Pink and Superheroes don’t go together! So I decided to make my own.  So, I picked characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Agent Romanoff, Agent May, Agent Carter, Agent Morse, Gamora, Lady Sif, Mystique and Storm. I hope to continue this project and I hope that people would want to see these become a real thing.
ERINN GUTHRO: This project originated from my love of Marvel comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There is a serious lack of Female Superhero merchandise. The female characters are some of the best and they are always forgotten. And if there are any products, like T-shirts, the designs are terrible and would say something like “I love Superheroes” in pink letters. Pink and Superheroes don’t go together! So I decided to make my own. So, I picked characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Agent Romanoff, Agent May, Agent Carter, Agent Morse, Gamora, Lady Sif, Mystique and Storm. I hope to continue this project and I hope that people would want to see these become a real thing.
KATIE KINDNESS:  This is a piece, specifically my thank you cards, from my Personal Brand Identity as a designer. I came up with this piece because I needed a clever way to fit my logo into my thank you cards, and not just slap it somewhere on the cover. I decided to place my logo at the end of "Thank," because it was a unique way to get my personal brand across without being boring.
KATIE KINDNESS: This is a piece, specifically my thank you cards, from my Personal Brand Identity as a designer. I came up with this piece because I needed a clever way to fit my logo into my thank you cards, and not just slap it somewhere on the cover. I decided to place my logo at the end of “Thank,” because it was a unique way to get my personal brand across without being boring.
MELANIE VOIGT: GoldenGate Chocolate is a luxury brand chocolate company that was founded in San Francisco in 1937. Using inspiration from the art deco time period and the Golden Gate Bridge itself, a logo and packaging system was created to capture both the era and the infamous landmark. For more, visit melanievoigt.com.
MELANIE VOIGT: GoldenGate Chocolate is a luxury brand chocolate company that was founded in San Francisco in 1937. Using inspiration from the art deco time period and the Golden Gate Bridge itself, a logo and packaging system was created to capture both the era and the infamous landmark. For more, visit melanievoigt.com.
ROY HARRELL:  I wanted to create a poster that would relate to the graduating designers and visual art students. I ripped famous photographs into different shapes to create a dynamic composition selecting images that evoked feeling and adventure. Website url:  behance.net/rharrell
ROY HARRELL: I wanted to create a poster that would relate to the graduating designers and visual art students. I ripped famous photographs into different shapes to create a dynamic composition selecting images that evoked feeling and adventure. Website url: behance.net/rharrell
TAYLOR ROY: I created the concept of Sampson hair care products - "strong hair, strong you" - as a fun personal packaging project. I loved getting to use amber bottles and coming up with a series of labels that worked for every size, product, and purpose.  Roy is graduating with a degree in Editorial Design and writing minor. She will dearly miss her home of the Mac Lab, and the rest of Point Loma, but is looking forward to a move up to San Francisco.
TAYLOR ROY: I created the concept of Sampson hair care products – “strong hair, strong you” – as a fun personal packaging project. I loved getting to use amber bottles and coming up with a series of labels that worked for every size, product, and purpose. Roy is graduating with a degree in Editorial Design and writing minor. She will dearly miss her home of the Mac Lab, and the rest of Point Loma, but is looking forward to a move up to San Francisco.

 

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