- Graphic Design WorkThese are graphic design pieces that I have done while being a student at the University of Maryland as well as working as a graphic designer at the Art & Learning Center in Stamp.
- Pin Up SpreadsThese are mock-up magazine spreads that I made for one of my favorite art styles of Pin Up.
- Art & Learning CenterThese are graphic design pieces that I did while working at the Art & Learning Center where I promoted different gallery exhibitions, classes and other events. Below are a series of posters I designed to promote Spring classes that were being held at The Stamp.
- Art & Learning CenterThese are pieces that I did to promote different artists that were holding exhibitions at The Stamp. This particular poster I designed is for "InResponse" which was an exhibition emphasized on minimalism. So I decided to stick to a simple color like gray and played with the text. Although the piece is monochromatic, the eye is able to play with the arrangement of words.
The American Red Cross
Below is a poster that I designed for a fundraising event at the University of Maryland. It was for Haiti relief and development. Here I played with the concept of the word Haiti. Since this was a fundraising event on a campus, I thought, how can students feel like they can contribute without feeling guilty? Students can give change. So I designed a poster that could convey this simple message: give change (any amount of change!) that can go towards Haiti. Students can see this jar of change being filled up one coin at a time.
- Icograda Design: Jinan, ChinaThis next project was a project that had been created while I was in Jinan, China. Six other graphic design students and I (all from the University of Maryland) were invited to China to co-create design pieces to be displayed at an exhibition at the University of Shangdong. The exhibit won first place out of 30 other universities.
I designed this particular piece and others from my team helped in its execution of typography, print and layout. This tree fuses both Chinese and English typography demonstrating how we can grow together and how family is the same no matter the country or language.