Davin Abegg – Secret Abilities
Derek Ballard – Neur Geist
“‘Strife Elevated’ risograph print series available at God Hates Robots”
Anna Marie Coronado
“Designing some new brochures for work #graphicdesign #graphicdesigner #layout #brochure #indesign #owl“
Ben Heighton – Destroy Brand Graphics
“The Pandemics are making limited edition hoodies with art I created for them. Presale ends March 9th. They won’t be available for purchase after presale ends. Get one while you can!”
“I’ve added some new designs to Red Bubble. I’ve got some spirit animals and some fun jellyfish and narwhals, too. Check them out!”
“Wine bottle package design proposal featuring minimalistic logo and gradient inspired by the color of dark Malbec wine.”
#graphicdesign #packagedesign #logodesigns #logo #winebottle #winebottles #branding
“Here are some roosters I drew for a project in 2017 that didn’t end up going anywhere.”
Chris van Soolen
“18 x 24 charcoal“
“My spirit head mount fashioning the future helmet. Has a mushroom look to it.”
“2018 has been a whirlwind so far. Between rushing to complete tight deadlines and adventuring around Hawaii, I haven’t had a chance to post about this month’s @slugmag cover I had the opportunity to design, let alone flip through it. This morning I found a quiet beach and did just that. Pick one up at anywhere cool.”
“I found this quote the other day that I designed about 18 months ago as I was transitioning from my old secretarial job to my current design job. It feels just as appropriate now as I’m seeking out a position that’s more in line with what I want to do. Looking to blossom.”
“Tonight’s quick sketch. Long live the King!“
“Been drawing pizzas…”
“One of the most eye opening projects to work on. We at @saxtonhorne recently wrapped up this intro video for Juan Diego Catholic Schools. Great kids, great faculty, and overall a great school.”
Jill De Haan
“Just drawing a bunch of hooligan bees hoarding away lost languages and jewels.“
From Ryan on his business, Ink Formation:
“We’ve been featured in an article this week on Corner52.”
Check out the article here:
“Sometimes what you picture in your mind comes out even better on paper….or the computer. I’m completely smitten with these little Christmas gnomes I just designed for Indigo & Ink.”
“Next project. Structure started by Diemazz.”
From Obake Style:
“Magen wishes she was playing #animalcrossingpocketcamp but holiday sales have been keeping her too busy.”
Patrick Parker & Christopher Clark
“Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy this holiday message from the creative minds of Christopher S. Clark, Christian Lambert and team! Adam Bohl Ac, Katie Taggart McCarty, David Liddell Thorpe,Jacob Edvalson.”
“Little redesign and refresh for @utahtribebaseball.”
Kim Jeppson, a 2016 SLCC VAD Graphic Design graduate, used the Magnet Project from the Package Design class as inspiration! Kim made her five(!) nephews custom magnets for gifts. What lucky boys! These are incredible Kim!
POSITION – Vinyl Wraps and Decals Production Specialist
VAD Graphic Design alumnus Kim Jeppson, “This is a great place to work!”
Salary Range $20,000 to $30,000
“We are positive, high-energy, and customer-focused people with a team mentality that are looking for individuals with a similar passion and attitude towards life and business! If you exhibit these traits, and are looking for an opportunity to grow with an organization, then we would love to hear from you.
Visibility Signs & Graphics specializes in digital graphics like vehicle wraps, wall wraps, window wraps, and other wraps and decals. We design, manufacture, install, maintain, and repair all types ofsigns and graphics for clients along the Wasatch Front, and have the latest equipment and technology. The company is an equal opportunity employer, and is currently hiring in the Salt Lake City area.”
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CONGRATULATIONS to Erin Salazar, Anastasiya Bobrova, Kim Jeppson, and Kerry Gonzales!
2016 SLCC Graduate of Excellence Nominees
Three very talented Visual Art & Design students were nominated for the SLCC Graduate of Excellence Award. Erin Salazar, Anastasiya Bobrova, and Kim Jeppson were invited to attend a luncheon for all nominees with Dean Richard Scott of the School of Arts, Communication & Media. All three students will be graduating with an AAS in Graphic Design. Although not chosen this year, we are all very proud of their accomplishments and wish them the best of luck in their careers!
Congratulations to Trung Tram from the Fashion Design Department for having won this year’s SLCC Graduate of Excellence Award.
2016 SLCC Teaching Excellence Nominee
SLCC VAD Associate Professor Kerry Gonzales was nominated a second time in her career for the Teacher of Excellence Award given to a full-time faculty member. Nominees and guests were honored at the Faculty Convention Dinner on April 8th. Kerry holds the distinction of winning the 2000 Teaching Excellence Award as an adjunct faculty member, making her the first to win this award in the Visual Art & Design Department.
Congratulations to Jane Drexler, Associate Professor of Philosophy for having won this year’s SLCC Teaching Excellence Award.
Salt Lake Community College President Deneece Huftalin has made her choice for this year’s Thanksgiving Card Design Contest! VAD Graphic Design student Kim Jeppson created the winning design. Congratulations Kim!
Every contestant SLCC Visual Art & Design sent to Kentucky is coming home with a medal!
From left to right:
Isaac Nelson and Brett Amann: Gold in 3D Visualization & Animation
Kim Jeppson: Gold in Screen Printing Technology
Chad Erekson: Animation Specialization Rep and SkillsUSA Advisor
Andrew Wernick: Gold in Web Design,
Alissa Hicks: Silver in Advertising Design,
Betsy Hijazi: Gold in Web Design
From Chad Erekson:
“The accomplishment is all theirs, but their advisors and instructors did a good job helping them prepare. What a great friendly group. They aren’t just skilled competitors, but happy people and a pleasure to be around. Proud to have witnessed their accomplishments here. Thanks for letting me tag along. Also, thanks to Mark Kranendonk and John Kunkel. Their preparations and work made for a smooth operation.”