MICA Competitive Scholarship 2018-2019

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  • Color Theory: Crimson at Baltimore Museum of Art
    Typography III, November 2018
    Design Prompt: "color theory:___ at  Baltimore Museum of Art". 
    I decided to choose the color crimson to present a series of early 20th century paintings about female portraits. The color crimson express the mysterious characteristics in female identity, and reflect the independent identity of modern women. 
    I designed the logo by creating a new typography, and designed an exhibition book and gift shop items by cooperating the type with shapes of female figures from the exhibited paintings.​​​​​​​
  • Exhibition Brochure
  • Exhibition Website
  • Gift Shop Items
  • Animated GIFS
    Graphic Design III, October 2018, 7x7
    Design Prompt: A motion graphic practice in response to An Incomplete Manifesto For Growth by Bruce Mau. 
    Left to right:  
    Drift"Allow yourself to wonder aimlessly. Explore adjacencies. Lack judgment. Postpone criticism."
    Go Deep: "The deeper you go the more likely you will discover something of value."  
    Keep Moving: "The market and its operations have a tendency to reinforce success. Resist it. Allow failure to be part of your practice."
    Stay Up Late: "Strange things happen when you’ve been up too long, worked too hard, and you’re separated from the rest of the world."  
  • Infographic, 2018 (Language Spoken at Home)
    Graphic Design III, November 2018, 9x12
    An infographic about language spoken at home among 5 U.S. cities. 
  • Typographic Posters (Go Tell Aunt Rhody)
    Typography II, April 2018, 18x38
    A typographic poster responds to the lyrics of Go Tell Aunt Rhody from Resident Evil.
    Design Prompt: This is a typographic poster in response to the song, Go Tell Aunt Rhody, from the video game Resident Evil. I use the repetition of the lyrics to express the "despair" feelings in the song. 
  • Typographic Rhythm Poster
    Typography II, April 2018, 18x38
    A typographic poster responds to the quote "Typography is musical". 
    Design Prompt: How do I feel about Typography? It is musical. This is another typographic poster that responses to the book A Typography Dialogue by using repetition of the sentences from the book. In my eyes, typography dances like radio-waves. 
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