INK SHOW RECEPTION
Friday, October 27 • 5:30 – 7 PM
Introductions at 6 PM
October 25 ~ November 30, 2017
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 third 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:
Keith is the founder of Miri Gallery located at 3605 South West Temple, Stuite C in Salt Lake City.
For more information on Miri Gallery:
“Updated the website design, including a link to my flickr stream where you can find my event photos!” ~ Catherine
To see more of Catherine’s work:
From Saxton Horne:
“We’re thrilled to hear the work we did for Volunteers of America, Utah was selected as one of the pieces in the @aigaslc 100 show! (We’re definitely patting ourselves on the back.)”
Peterson was the graphic designer on this project which received a Merit Award at this year’s AIGA 100 Show.
To see more of Peterson’s work:
To see Volunteers of America Gala:
Missy Dial van Waggoner
“Happily designed art, paper + gift goodness by Missy.”
To see more of Missy’s work:
“Rituals: Make Game Day Legendary”
By Peterson Timothy, SLCC VAD Graphic Design 2010
The Utah Jazz were looking for a campaign that would help honor one of the most loyal fan bases in the NBA and increase game attendance. In recent history, the Jazz have worked to find the perfect equation that gets fans excited and pushes them to buy tickets and attend games, in spite of a less than ideal win-loss record. However, with this up-and-coming young team, alongside Coach Quinn’s leadership, ticket sales and attendance are up, and season ticket sales are at record breaking levels within the NBA.
With that said, the Jazz were also looking to give back to the fans, to tell their stories and highlight what makes Utah Jazz fans some of the best in any sporting league. From moments with the cowboys in rural Utah to the “Pink Grandmas” who attend every Jazz game in their pink jerseys (so their grandson could pick them out of the crowd), this video was meant to show who Jazz fans truly are and why they are the best. “Rituals” reiterates that no matter where we are from, what we do, or who we are, there is one thing that brings us all together: We Are Utah Jazz.
This was an amazing project to work on, and one of my favorites – from the initial brain storming and pitch meetings, to concepting and storyboards, to filming and editing. As part of the creative team, I was fortunate to contribute every step of the way and was privileged to see this project through to the end. It was great to be so heavily involved and to see the combined vision of the agency and client play out in the end.
Peterson Timothy was born and raised in Utah. He currently designs for high-profile Saxton clients like the Utah Jazz and Salt Lake Bees, and previously Lead Design and Creative Director at Idea Factory and YESCO Outdoor Media.
Sometimes having a few extra tools or resources in our utility belt is all the difference in spending hours or minutes on a project. Below are just a few of the free graphic design resources and tools I use that help me get the job done. I have left out a few of the obvious items such as Adobe Creative Cloud, Coda, Sketchbook, etc. in favor of more less known items. Take a look and feel free to let me know if you have other suggestions that are not on my list.
– See more at: timothycd.com
We are pleased to announce the brand spankin’ new – OFFICIAL INK SLCC Logo!
Congratulations to the WINNER of the INK SLCC Logo Design Contest:
This logo is a universal symbol for INK SLCC. As a group of students and alumni who are serious about design (but don’t take ourselves too seriously), we needed a mark that would convey solidarity, professionalism, critical thinking, creativity and approachability.
Peterson’s design communicates these traits with the use of bold dynamic lines, heavy type, a strong figure ground relationship and an ambigram element that reads identically right-side up or up-side down.
Great work, Peterson.
Over the new few weeks, we’ll begin integrating our new fancy logo into everything we do. Keep your eyes open fo it. Change is coming.
If you need the logo for any purpose, please submit a request through the contact page.
THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the INK logo design contest!
And congratulations to the 3 finalists (in no particular order):
We hope to announce the winner at the next INK meeting tomorrow. This meeting will be at the same Bat time, on the same Bat channel (a.k.a. “Our regular meeting room”).
Date: Tuesday, November 29th
Location: Parlor B, sub-level of the Student Center @ Redwood Campus
Time: 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Don’t forget to bring work for the critique if you have it!… And if you can’t make it, POST your work right MEOW!
See you tomorrow!