“A little something I was asked to do for the Viewmont High hockey team.”
“Here’s a little preview of my first fabric collection with Cloud9 Fabrics, releasing February 2020. These patterns will be printed on cotton sateen and ready just in time for Spring! I can’t wait to get my hands on these.”
🎶 “Ain’t no mountain (America logo) high enough.” 🎶
My Roll: Proposal, design and art direction of the SLCC Landmark signs. Proposed each location and the design for each campus based on visibility and type of campus as well as the height and size. I was also part of the cement and material color selection with the builders and architects
Objective: a) to increase the identification of the college as you pass by, b) for aesthetic reasons c) to create an iconic landmark for the college and d) a great photo backdrop”
Anna Marie Coronado
“The final designs for the pop up banners!”
Ruben De La Torre
“Don’t know how I feel about it, but it was fun to do and good practice since I haven’t touched some cans in a while.”
“Just another flowery pattern for a project I’ve been working on.” 🙃
Katrina & Hudson Flores
“Hudson and I currently have a few pieces of our work hanging at the Tooele Library with the Tooele County Arts Guild and many other great artists. I took first place for my oil painting “Ethereal” and Hudson took second place for his Beautiful digital painting “Tavern of Lore”. He also entered another digital painting of the legend of Zelda. We love our art community! Go check out the art at the library, it’s up till the end of October!”
“We’re at DownEast in Millcreek this weekend!” 💖
“Sharing this brochure design I did a little while ago for a client wanting to advertise the Construction Loan Department of RanLife Home Loans. I had the opportunity to do some custom icons too😁 Thanks James!”
“Yesterday, I desperately needed a leave behind for an interview the next day, so in 3 hours I made a couple dotted grid sketch books using bright neon poster board, my printer and a couple staples. I’m pretty happy with how my ‘bright idea’ turned out and they liked it too.”
“Sharing some more designs, this was a proposal for a studio fan look to match some of the new aesthetics of studio or set lighting for those with more flexible environments that don’t want a ceiling fan.”
“Well hello there! Just wanted to show everyone something that I’ve been working on since January and I excited that it’s finally done! It’s my first time sculpting something so big out of polymer clay so there was definitely a learning curve. What do you think?”
Natalee (in the middle):
“I had the great opportunity to not only work on an awesome team, but was able to design the logo for Coca-Cola’s new app. Best believe I will be wearing this shirt proudly as soon as it cools down a bit.”
To see more of Natalee’s work:
Matt Page Sunstone Postmortem:
“It was great to see old friends, make new friends, meet friends for the first time in real life, glare at old enemies, and accidentally make new enemies by saying the wrong thing to someone. I Saw lots of awesome new art and became a fan of new artists.”
To see more of Matt’s work:
To read more about the Sunstone Symposium:
Katrina Angelina Parkinson
Because designers cannot sit still,
“My repurposed concrete project this weekend.” ~ Katrina
Katrina teaches art at Kendali Studios:
From Tanja: “It was a privilege to be able to create such a fun logo for @storeygirldesigns Looking forward to all the wonderful things in store for them this year!”
To see more of Tanja’s work:
Colleen Sanders Reynolds
Colleen has been on a road trip all summer photographing people, places and things for her business, Colleen Marie Creative.
To see more of Colleen’s work:
From Craft Lake City:
The Craft Lake City DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Festival was formed in 2009 by Angela H. Brown, editor and publisher of SLUG Magazine (Salt Lake UnderGround), as a way to showcase local DIY (Do-It-Yourself) culture.
Congratulations SLCC Visual Art & Design Graduates!
Katrina Flores is an art teacher and the small business owner of Black Rabbit Arts. She was born in Utah and has lived in Stansbury Park for the past fifteen years.
Matt Page is an award winning illustrator and graphic designer inspired by Mormon culture and pop culture culture – the two cultures that made him what he is.
Derek & Brighton Ballard
are Neuer Geist, a creative team committed to offering brand consultancy and design.
Davin Abegg is one of the founding members of Secret Abilities. “We’re just a spooky hot mess of a goof ball band that believes music should be passionate & honest, while playing for 2 people or 2,000 people.”