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ALUMNI FOCUS: Natalee, Matt, Katrina, Tanja & Colleen

Natalee Cooper

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:
https://www.instagram.com/nat_a_ree/


Matt Page

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:
http://mattpagedotcom.com/

To read more about the Sunstone Symposium:
https://www.sunstonemagazine.com/upcoming-symposiums-and-events/


Katrina Angelina Parkinson

Because designers cannot sit still,
“My repurposed concrete project this weekend.” ~ Katrina

Katrina teaches art at Kendali Studios:
kendalistudios.com


Tanja Rapson

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:
https://www.behance.net/trigby
https://www.instagram.com/tanjarigby/


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:
https://colleenmarie.myportfolio.com/


 

 

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ALUMNI FOCUS: Paul, Natalee, Molly, Nadia, Amber & Matt

Paul Asay

Salt Lake’s Sherman Johnson (3) and Matt Williams (7) walk to the dugout during a game on May 6. (Paul Asay/Salt Lake Bees)

From Paul:
“Stoked to have a few more shots in this weeks MiLB photos of the week. “

https://www.milb.com/milb/news/minor-league-photos-of-the-week-may-4-10/c-229436736/t-185364810

When Paul isn’t taking photos for the Bees, he is the creative director at Bikewagon.

http://www.bikewagon.com


Natalee Cooper

From Natalee:
“I believe the best way for a child to learn is by having fun, so I designed this poster for just that reason. What kid doesn’t love animals and fun colors? Not to mention it makes the perfect accent in your favorite little ones bedroom.”

To see this print:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/485388544/animal-alphabet?ref=shop_home_active_2


Molly Dallimore

Molly recently exhibited several pieces at Main Stream Coffee & Desserts in Pocatello, Idaho.

To see more of Molly’s work:
mollysdallimore.weebly.com


Nadia Dolzhenko

Nadia works as a designer for the Park Record….

“Feel free to check my latest “Special” @ The Park Record:
http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx…


Amber Giles

Just another of Amber’s great typography designs.

To see more of Amber’s work:

behance.net/ambergilesart


Matt Page

Matt recently was accepted into Comic Con SLC, Sunstone Symposium and Craft Lake City. He is going to be busy this year! Here is Matt’s third and final set of novelty cards coming out soon.

To see more of Matt’s work:
http://mattpagedotcom.com/

NEWS: Alumni at 2015 DIY Festival!

DIYers

The 2015 Craft Lake City DIY Festival was held at the Gallivan Center on Friday, August 7th and Saturday, August 8th. Several VAD Alumni participated:

Natalee Cooper
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/exhibitors/#natalee-cooper

Obake Style / Magen Mitchell & Nick Burke
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/exhibitors/#obake-style

Katrina (Flores) Parkinson
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/exhibitors/#black-rabbit-arts

Derek Ballard & Brighton Metz
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/exhibitors/#neuer-geist

Esther Longmore
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/exhibitors/#esther-longmore-llc

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.

Since then, Craft Lake City has expanded the DIY Festival to become the state’s largest, local-centric, two-day arts festival, with over 200 local artisans, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Building, two stages for musical and dance performances, local food vendors, food trucks and hosting over 40,000 festival attendees.

Furthermore, the organization seeks to enhance Utah’s DIY arts culture by broadening the definition of “craft”  to encompass all things handmade – including craft food, STEM and DIY engineers (electronic makers).”

For more:
craftlakecity.com/diy-festival/