2018 SLCC President’s Art Show
Congratulations to current Graphic Design student Jessi Sauer and alumnus Lacee Siler Black! Both submitted work to the show and were accepted. The President’s Art Show is a prestigious exhibit showcasing work of students, alumni, SLCC employees, and community members.
Yeah, it’s a big deal!
“High Quality Mix Goods – Mixology Kit” – cylinder design
Lacee Siler Black
“Precipice” – mixed media
“I drew and designed this poster for the show next week. I can’t wait! I might have a few prints for sale too.”
Anna Marie Coronado
“My mom wanted me to draw her for a book she’s working on.” #Illustrator #illustration #drawing #procreate #applepencil #ipad #characterdesign #characterillustration #character #childrensbookillustration
Sam Loertscher – DS Creative
“Our latest project.” #corporate #branding #wall #graphics #environmentdesign
Andrew Malin – Velleity Studios
Andrew is second from left.
“Release party at Dr. Volts for The Mighty Utahn #1 and Ruthless #2. Thanks everyone for coming by and showing your support.”
Katrina Parkinson – Karina Flores Art
“This is an oil portrait of my baby girl I did awhile ago.”
THE INK SHOW RECEPTION
Friday, November 16 • 5:30 – 7 PM
Introductions at 6 PM
October 30, 2018 ~ January 11, 2019
SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
South City Campus / Center for Arts & Media
Edna Runswick Taylor Foyer / East Entrance
1575 South State Street / SLC, UT 84115
In 2010, Salt Lake Community College Visual Art & Design Graphic Design students Nadya Bratt & Casey Kim created INK as a club for anyone interested in Graphic Design. After their graduation from SLCC, INK evolved into an online source for those passionate about the visual communication industry by offering access to news, resources, and networking.
VAD Associate Professor Kerry Gonzáles and caretaker for INK, is proud to share the talents and creative directions taken by Alumni & Friends of INK in this – the fourth annual – INK, an Alumni Art & Design Group Show.
Each piece showcases the design process from initial research and ideas to a completed product. And most importantly… how a good foundation in graphic design is used in a multitude of careers.
Graphic Designers Can Do Everything!
For more information contact Kerry Gonzáles:
“I had these pins made and am selling them exclusively at the Misplaced Showcase. It’s a symbol that means a lot to me along with a quote that means more. Please swing by and pick one up to help raise money for the Children’s Justice Center.”
Alisa Bishop Bradley
“Fall is my favorite time of year and it only took me my entire life to do an illustration that commemorates it! “
“I’ll be at GeekGirlCon this weekend!
Come by if you’re around! “
“Took a few days to relax for my birthday and it was just what I needed. Here are a few things I did for the Crate Paper, Inc. #cphooray collection. The birthday cake/treat pattern has me craving cake so bad.” 🙈💗
“I love it when I get to design something that truly speaks to me. Anything that combines birds and flowers is a win for me. Here is a peek at this pattern I did for #journalstudio The journal cover with this in gold foil is my favorite.” ✨
“A recent lettering project for one of my sister’s birthday presents. I loved pulling this one together!” 😁
Ben Heighton – Destroy Brand Graphics
“I wanna throw a ball
Gunna throw a ball tonight.”
#ska #puns #mustardplug #pug #mustard #destroybrandgraphics
Magen Mitchell – Obake Style
“We had such a great time at the Misplaced Showcase yesterday! Thank you so much to everyone who helped put this on, all the artists who participated, and everyone who came out to buy some art or just have fun!”
Lacee Siler Black
“Just found out ‘Precipice’ was selected to be a part of the 2018 SLCC President’s Art Show!”
Alisa Bishop Bradley
“I participated in this very cute recipe zine with some friends! I meant to share this earlier, but today is the last day to get the digital version! There’s 6 recipes with accompanying illustrations, mine included and it’s $5.
Proceeds will go toward Meals on Wheels America!”
Lacee Siler Black
“Sunday sketching. I guess I can’t wait for Halloween either.”
“In light of the fact I’m working on some music videos for the ‘Tab Choir’ and to celebrate their name change, I thought this mash-up was an appropriate kick-off to get things started right! Happy #LDSConf #GenConf weekend!”
“So excited to finally share this project I worked on with the Crate Paper team. I loved the florals from this collection.” #cratepaper #journalstudio
“Bonneville Flats mystery”
Melissa Hurd – Art with Melissa
“Order a custom portrait of your best friend! The finished piece delivered to you is a high resolution jpeg file, which can be printed as an 8×10 photo. (For a painting of more than one animal, contact me for details and pricing.)”
“Alt Press Fest at the Salt Lake Library today. Priya and I both have a piece in the free zine they’re giving away. Go check it out. There’s tons of cool stuff.”
Missy van Wagoner
“I may be bias but I’m so excited for my Merry & Bright Tag Bundle! This pack is more than worth it just for that ONE item! Click on my exclusive link and not only will you get this amazing bundle but when you use my link you get a extra special lil gift from me created by me for your eyes only! Click Click click it sounds like Santa or Rudolph is on their way!
THE MISTER MARROW CUSTOM SKULL SHOW RECEPTION
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 • 6 – 9 PM
Hosted by Obake Style & Sugar Skull Designs
October 2 ~ November 4, 2018
URBAN ARTS GALLERY
Shadow Realms Show
116 South Rio Grande Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Pictured Skull by Magen Mitchell.
Obake Style and Sugar Skull Designs invite you to the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll reception of the Mr. Marrow Custom Skull Show on Friday, October 19th.
Two local toymakers, Josh and Michael Baldi of Sugar Skull Designs, have created a line of articulated plastic skulls. Local artists, including SLCC VAD alumni Magen Mitchell of Obake Style, and Derek & Brighton Ballard of Neuer Geist, have customized these Mr. Marrow toys and their pieces will be on display at the Urban Arts Gallery from October 2nd through November 4th and run in conjunction with their Shadow Realms gallery show.
Pictured Skull by Derek & Brighton Ballard of Neuer Geist.
Come see all the fun interpretations of Mr. Marrow on the 19th and stay to hang out and chat with local artists! 💀🎨
Derek & Brighton Ballard – Neuer Geist
“Thank you to @slugmag and @babyzai_ for the fantastic feature!
Pick up the new issue and check it out.
Also, how stunning is the cover illustrated by our friend @jill_dehaan ?”
FROM SLUG MAGAZINE:
“Since 2015, Neuer Geist has been creating and designing images and products that reflect their own brand aesthetic. And in addition to that, they help other businesses grow and form their own. Through screen-printing, watercolor, graphic design and the newly introduced techniques from highly coveted risograph machines, Brighton Ballard and Derek Ballard offer an array of services that can refresh any business’ look and create an impression on the community. By combining their two entities—Derek’s consisting of dark, industrial aesthetics and a background in design, and Brighton’s comprising watercolor, line drawing and portraiture—the two maintain their signature look as Neuer Geist.”
To read more:
Photo: Colton Marsala
FROM SLUG MAGAZINE:
“As a lifelong visually and artistically oriented person, she pursued an associate’s degree in visual art and design at Salt Lake Community College. The program was primarily rooted in graphic design, but she realized that she could “take letters to some place new, and they didn’t just have to be a font,” says De Haan. Under the watchful eye of Associate Professor Kerry Gonzales—her “design mother,”—she was exposed to stern design methodology while also being encouraged experiment and push the boundaries of art and design (essentially, learning the rules first then when and how to break them.)”
To read more:
Photo: John Barkiple
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2018 • 3:00 – 7:30 PM
The Falls Event Center at Trolley Square
580 South 600 East / Salt Lake City, UT
As part of Design Week SLC, a national event, Spicers Paper & Kelly Paper hosted a unique design competition for local makers, printers, artists and designers. Multiple submissions from individuals, design agencies, colleges and universities showcased craftsmanship and the innovative ideas that take shape with paper. Wall hangings, formal art, sculpture, environmental structure and an element of fashion were displayed.
First Place winners were our very own Brittani Hodgkinson and Sarah Landeen, Graphic Design students in the Visual Art & Design Department at Salt Lake Community College.
Their piece depicted people riding a working(!) ferris wheel, a ticket booth, a cotton candy stand, all amid a woven quilt-like sea of green grass dotted with pine trees of many colors and patterns. A paper moon and paper sun adorned each side of the center of the wheel.
The amount of detail spent on each part of this sculpture is difficult to see in photos. Contest rules restricted each sculpture to at least 70% paper. Brittani’s and Sarah’s piece was at least 95% paper! Well done!
Congratulations Brittani and Sarah!