Juried visual journal featuring the work of students at Florida Atlantic University. This journal focuses on work from Graphic Design, Architecture, Multimedia, and the Studio Arts.
VISUAL ANNUAL OF FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY ISSUE 2 | 2013 GRAPHIC DESIGN ART & PHOTOGRAPHY ARCHITECTURE FILM, VIDEO & NEW MEDIA 13 Visual Annual of Florida Atlantic University Remarque Brittani Wright Edgard Barbosa Kit Romero Carlos Francisco Michael J. Rice Kristen Kelly Sara Courtney Dan Duarte John Bernasconi Editor-in-Chief Art Director Layout Editor Layout Editor Logo Editor Editor Editor Founder Founder Designersâ€™ Edge Brittani Wright Trista Lam Sara Courtney Arielle Cacopardo Edgard Barbosa President Vice President Secretary Treasurer COSO Rep Faculty Advisor Stephanie Cunningham email@example.com Contact To find out more about Remarque and Designersâ€™ Edge, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/designersedge Special Thanks Roseanna Hassad Carlos Francisco Cover Photo Masthead Design Brent Rollins Chad Perna Demetrius Carter Designers’ Edge Eric Young Fatima Betances Fran Viera Kevin Mann Phyllis Bebko QEP Sabine Tinglof Stephanie Cunningham Veronica Metzler Vision Printing Editor’s Note The FAU Designers’ Edge student organization released the first printed issue of Remarque in Fall 2012 to showcase the creative programs in Broward. We immediately distributed them across the FAU campuses to help strengthen awareness of the new journal. We began promoting the second issue of Remarque during the Fall 2012 semester with flyers, Facebook posts, and word of mouth. Designers’ Edge held a competition to design the cover masthead during the Spring 2013 semester. Brent Rollins, a New York based graphic designer who presented a lecture at FAU in April, juried the 14 submissions. Carlos Francisco, a BFA graphic design student, designed the selected masthead. The Remarque team chose the student work for the cover image. Out of the many submissions received, we chose a digital photograph by BFA graphic design student, Roseannna Hassad. Designers’ Edge members, and other student contributors, helped make this issue of Remarque come together once again. The Remarque staff worked to encourage students to submit, jury the work, organize the content, and execute the production. After 6 months of promotion, we received over 700 submissions from 100 FAU students. We juried the work down to 150 works created by 67 FAU students. I thank all of you who submitted and those of you who were any part of the Remarque team. I hope you enjoy our second issue! Brittani Wright Editor-in-Chief 2 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Table of Contents 04 Faculty Interviews 06 Graphic Design 26 Art & Photography 46 Architecture 54 Film, Video & New Media 64 Contact Faculty Interviews Brittany Schade Graduate Teaching Assistant Visual Arts and Art History How do you like to tap into your creativity? Maintaining focus can sometimes be a difficult thing, especially since the internet is so distracting. So I brew some tea and select a good playlist and try to get into the creative zone. When this doesn’t help I tend to get inspired when I go outside for a walk. At a Designers’ Edge meeting this semester, the group decided to introduce something new to the latest issue of Remarque. Our success is rooted in who we surround ourselves with including professors, classmates and other colleagues. The faculty deserve recognition for the impact they make on our lives. They are here to help us try to find ways to take risks while we have the freedom to do so. Sometimes we take our education for granted and forget the value of the classroom experience. We must always remember that knowledge is power. A handful of students participated in these “student / teacher interviews” with professors that represent the work in this publication. We simply asked a list of questions relating to design philosophy and methodology. These questions are some that I am sure most of us have asked ourselves at one point in time. A sampling of their answers are listed here. Where do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years? Teaching. I returned to grad school to become a design professor. Starting this fall I will be teaching interactive design at Western Washington University. I am very excited to be able to teach in such an uncharted area of design. Tammy Knipp Associate Professor Visual Arts and Art History How do you measure success? I measure success through an evaluation process: a critical design analysis to define what and why certain elements were successful; to define why alternative applications were not suitable; and to articulate areas for further development. I don’t define success as a comparison to failure. What advice do you have for the design student? If I would define the term “student” from a traditional perspective, then I would describe someone who is enrolled in a typical classroom setting. Otherwise, in a larger context, I would define a student as someone who desires and continues to learn beyond the scope of the traditional classroom. My advice for the “traditional student” would be to recommend (demand) they take design risks during their educational years of schooling and not to produce work as a means to please or gain the approval of their instructor. The student who practices this methodology does so, claiming the professor is the determiner of their grade. In this scenario, the student chooses a “safe route” — avoiding risk-taking challenges. It is my observation that many students shy from taking risks due to their fear of failure. “Fear breeds ignorance” (defining ignorance as the lack of knowledge or education). To avoid failure due to fear is choosing to be ignorant — a dichotomy to that of which defines an education. 4 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Mark Franz Assistant Professor Communication and Multimedia Studies What design magazine/publication do you read on a regular basis (online or offline)? Dezeen, Designboom, and occasionally Wallpaper. What philosophy and techniques do you use in motivating your staff/fellow faculty members and energizing them? Classical conditioning. Deidre Hardy Director and Professor Architecture What do you feel is on the horizon in the field of design? Stephanie Cunningham Professor of Graphic Design Visual Arts and Art History Where do you see yourself in the next 5-10 years? It is impossible to know what happens next. I studied industrial design in undergrad but an internship threw a fork in the road that led me to graphic design. A chance conversation landed me in graduate school. My graduate fellowship landed me in the classroom. I came to FAU fifteen years ago with the intention of staying three years. You just never know. What was your least effective project? Sometimes the projects students perceive as least effective are the most effective. It just takes time and experience to understand the value of some lessons. I used to give students more projects with real world clients. I stopped doing it because I found that people looking for free work from students are not often the most open to the value of good design. While it is a useful exercise to work with a difficult client, your time in school is a short and precious time to be creative. You have your whole career to master difficult clients. Your time is better spent developing your skills and learning to defend your ideas. Challenges to work in collaborative efforts with other design professionals. Are there any specific books that you would recommend for the design student? All of Frank Ching’s books. Ariel Baron–Robbins Visiting Painting Instructor Visual Arts and Art History What aspect of design do you give highest priority to? John Sandell Associate Professor Architecture What is one thing that specifically motivates or inspires you? My belief in the human necessity of both sacred and profane cultural signs What advice do you have for the design student? Establish a rigorous work ethic, and seek out and construct your own poetic autobiography in work and life. P.S. Don’t be afraid to “play” (in the Gadamerian sense of the word). I would say the element of surprise is a great thing to give priority to because we are so saturated today with images that it’s like walking around in an art fair. The only thing that you’re going to stop and look at is the thing that surprises you. What philosophy or techniques do you use in motivating your students? I really push my students to be disciplined. If I can get my students to show up everyday and be ready to work, then good things will happen. I think that if people just kind of come and go, no one really knows if everyone will be there, and therefore they’re not motivated. If there is no activity going on in the room then it’s depressing to be there. That’s why I play music sometimes. Everybody is listening to the same music and it distracts everybody and is an icebreaker; we are all listening to music and doing our stuff together diligently. Graphic Design Cairo Beijing Mumbai Madrid Tokyo Paris Chicago NYC Rome London Poster Design 2000 1950 1900 1850 1800 Books of Cities Based upon Googleâ€™s N -Gram data, hereâ€™s the volume representation of books written about 10 major cities between 1800 and 2000. Edgard Barbosa Deconstruction Repetition Illustrator, 2013 Arielle Cacopardo Facebook Facts Illustrator, 2013 Ana Hernandez You Are What You Eat Illustrator, 2013 jun ad ua nn a ct itio hib ex ua jan lty m 1 cu l fa 1- 3 ry ch ar n Audrey Aurigemma Unlocking Freedom Photoshop and Illustrator, 2012 8 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Brittani Wright Media Influenced Photoshop and Screen Print, 2012 Carlos Francisco New Works InDesign, 2013 NINE INCH NAILS Major Studio Releases Audrey Aurigemma Anniversary Series Photoshop, 2012 Ellie Santangelo Patriotic Concert Poster Broward College Illustrator, 2011 Fatima Arbelo 9 inches Illustrator, 2012 Disciples On Campus Bible Talks Monday | 3pm | Sago Palm Tuesday | 7pm | Queen Palm Thursday | 12:30 pm | Sago Palm Devotionals Last 3 Fridays of the Month 7:30 pm | Palmetto Palm If accomodationâ€™s for a disability is required contact Allan (561)-932-8252 minimum of five (5) working days in advance of the date of event. Setareh Ghoreishi Jashn-e Esfandgan (Sepandarmazgan) Digital painting, 2009 Rita Sosa Postcard Project Collage, 2012 Edgard Barbosa Bible Talks Flyer for the Disciples on Campus student organization Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, 2013 Social Awareness W W W.SMOKEFFEX.COM This year, more than 300,000 Americans will die www.obesityinamerica.org from illnesses related to overweight and obesity. Carlos Francisco Obesity is Suicide Illustrator, 2012 Fatima Arbelo Whaling Illustrator, 2012 Jennifer Huang Cigarette Ingredients Illustrator, 2012 FLYWITHDIGNITY.ORG Setareh Ghoreishi Protecting the Environment Digital, 2009 10 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Kit Romero Con TSA Illustrator, 2013 Mona Hassan AIDS AWARENESS Photography, Photoshop, Illustrator, 2010 1 2 3 nemoc stroj kontinuum Machine continuum de la maladie siekte masjien kontinuum malattia macchina continuo gaixotasuna makina continuum sygdom maskine kontinuum betegség gép kontinuum granuloma slimība mašīna kontinuums кантынуум хвароба машыны ziekte machine continuümsjúkdómur vél samfelluliga mašina kontinuumas malaltia continuum màquina malsano kontinuaĵo maŝino Penyakit mesin Boala mașină continuum kontinum континуум заболяване машина haiguse katkematu masin enfermedad continuum máquina liga mašina kontinuumas Continuum machin sakit continuum machinemaladi Krankheits-Kontinuum Maschine Bolestmasjien stroj 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машыны ziekte machine continuümsjúkdómur vél samfelluliga hydrocarbon mašina kontinuumas malaltia continuum màquina malsano kontinuaĵo maŝino Penyakit mesin kontinumBoala mașină continuum континуум заболяване машина haiguse katkematu masin enfermedad continuum máquina liga mašina kontinuumas Bolest stroj kontinuum sakit continuum machinemaladi Continuum machin Krankheits-Kontinuum Maschine 1 Audrey Aurigemma Human Trafficking in the World, Illustrator, 2013 2 Manzi Liu Support Our Love, Screen Print, 2012 3 Janelle Garcia Disease Machine, Illustrator, 2012 Social Awareness Setareh Ghoreishi Jashn-e-Shahrivargan Photoshop and Illustrator, 2009 Rick McCawley China Water â„˘ Illustrator, 2011 Jashn-e-Shahrivargan is an ancient Persian fire feast in which the Shahriver angel protects metals on the earth and is in charge of the city and the king in the sky. This series of Chinese propaganda posters are a result of a challenge to make a modern day propaganda poster dealing with international issues. 12 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Layout Design Arielle Cacopardo Break Magazine InDesign, 2013 14 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Layout Design Fatima Arbelo Center for Creative Education Design Manual Illustrator, 2012 Andrea Cardenas Don Ramon Restaurant Menu InDesign and Illustrator, 2013 Introduction This design manual and branding package has been prepared for the exclusive use of the Center for Creative Education and its full intent is to establish a uniform design approach and brand identity for the organization. The design system manual provides a foundation for a new and clear communication of the CCE’s identity. It ensures that the center appears consistent on all official communications and that it gains a common “look and feel” throughout all mediums. This design manual includes the official guidelines and standards for the usage of CCE’s logo and stationery including official colors and typefaces – Enjoy! The science of perception examines how individuals recognize and interpret sensory stimuli. The brain acknowledges and remembers shapes first. Visual images can be remembered and recognized directly, while words must be decoded into meaning. Cognitive Sequence Shapes Reading is not necessary to identify shapes, but identifying shapes is necessary to read. The brain acknowledges distinctive shapes that make a faster imprint on memory. Color Color is second in the sequence. Color can trigger an emotion and evoke a brand association. Distinctive colors need to be chosen carefully, not only to build brand awareness but to express differentiation. Companies, such as Kodak and Tiffany, have trademarked their core brand colors. Form The brain takes more time to process language, so content is third in the sequence behind shape and color. Letterhead Business Card center for creative education Robert Hamon Stationery P 5 61.805.9927 F 5 61.805.9929 CEO 4 2 5 2 4 t h St reet . W. Palm Beach Florida 33407 Just putting your brand on the stationery is not enough. Envelope You need the formatting to be consistent throughout the stationery. A consistent logo will imprint the brand image much more easily. It also shows a united front for your company and delivers the message that you are efficient. center for creative education Business Card (2) 425 24th Street West Palm Beach , FL 33407 Robert Hamon CEO P 5 61.805.9927 F 5 61.805.9929 center for creative education 4 2 5 2 4 t h Street. W. Palm Beach Florida 33407 cceflorida.org Linda Pasinski P R O G R A M A S S I S TA N T • Letterhead •• 8.5in x 11in • Business Cards •• 3.5in x 2in • Envelope •• 9.5in x 4.125in center for creative education 16 425 24 th Street. | West. Palm Be ac h | FL 3 3 4 0 7 P h o n e 5 61.805.9927 | F a x 5 61.805.9929 info@ c c e f l o r i d a . o rg w w w.cceflorida.org REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Logo Design 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 DonCafe Restaurant . Bakery 5 D e s i g n s J ) 9 serenitea 13 E FA N ST I O D A. CHALARCA SON G R O C E RY 1 Andrea Cardenas Don Cafe Restaurant 2013 Leah Abusiewiez 2 The Big Gripper 2012 5 Catherine O’Rourke Sunrise Community 2013 Felix Peña 6 Syke Designs 2012 9 13 Kansas Wright Serenitea 2012 0 Ashley Wolfe 1 Benny’s on the beach 2013 Janelle Garcia 3 Candiques 2013 7 Michael J. Rice Quit Smoking Now 2012 11 Catherine O’Rourke Hideaway Food and Drink 2013 Andres Gonzalez Distefano & Son Grocery 2013 4 Michael J. Rice 1 Animal Aid 2011 5 Juan Felipe Ocampo 1 Never 2012 18 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 4 Andres Gonzalez Salty’s 2013 8 Esther Patton Metamorphic 2012 12 Ashley Wolfe Nella Luxury Resort Wear 2013 16 Ana Hernandez Diego Hair Stylist 2012 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 O rio n F I L M 25 Telescopes & Binoculars F E S T I V A L 26 PARAMOUNT DISASTER RECOVERY WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED 27 28 santé 29 30 Aquarium Maintenance Solutions 31 32 Beyond Blind INSTITUTE 7 Giancarlo Manco 1 Good Grief Monkey 2012 8 Allison Krupp 1 Capital One Redesign 2012 9 Merle Edward Causey III 1 Ziggy Zues 2012 0 Juan Felipe Ocampo 2 Biaru 2012 1 Michael J. Rice 2 Mount Frost 2011 2 Felix Peña 2 Owl Film Festival 2013 3 Aaron Umpierre 2 Orion 2012 5 Edgard Barbosa 2 Xcavenger 2013 6 Ana Hernandez 2 Santé 2013 7 Carlos Francisco 2 Cisco Processing 2013 4 Andrea Cardenas 2 Paramount Disaster Recovery, 2013 28 Brittani Wright Aquarium Maintenance Solutions, 2012 29 Brittany Schade Distinction / Discovery 2012 0 Ashley Wolfe 3 Friends of Greyhounds 2012 1 Amber Harris 3 Beyond Blind Institute 2012 2 Giancarlo Manco 3 Splash n’ Catch 2012 33 35 34 36 currencyquest www.currencyquest.com 37 39 38 Farmworker ZENITY 41 42 Coordinating Council of Palm Beach County A K E 44 43 ellazol Ola La C 40 UNDER GROUND pro hair styling S 46 45 47 48 center for creative education 33 Michael J. Rice Swift Swipe Car Care 2012 34 Amber Harris Currency Quest 2013 37 Trista Lam Green Plate Buffet 2013 41 Mona Hassan Ola La Cakes 2011 38 Melissa Grilli-Meunier Zenity 2013 42 Mona Hassan Caring for Your Needs 2011 45 Elena Joy Medina RaEDM Mobile App 2013 46 Nathalya Cardona Ploppy 2013 20 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 cce 35 Sabine Tinglof Cutting Edge 2013 39 Andrea Cardenas Farmworker 2012 36 Nathalya Cardona Tech & Hobbies 2012 43 Felix Pe単a Bellazol Pro Hair Styling 2012 44 Andrea Cardenas Underground 2013 47 Ellie Santangelo Whitewash Interior Design, 2012 48 Fatima Arbelo Center for Creative Education, 2012 40 Roseanna Hassad Ironberry 2012 Logo Contest The FAU Designersâ€™ Edge student group holds various annual competitions for the members of the organization. One competition is to design the new identity, or logo, for Designersâ€™ Edge for the upcoming year. The logo is used the entire year on all of our promotional items including posters, business cards, t-shirts and other printed materials. Winner This is a wonderful opportunity for the students to have the freedom to design a logo without any limitations. This year, we chose to have our peers do the judging. We posted every logo on our Facebook page and the student with the most votes, Trista Lam, was our winner. Trista Lam 1 1 2 3 4 5 Trista Lam Danielle Myers Edgard Barbosa Kit Romero Michael J. Rice Additional Entries 2 3 4 5 Book Cover Design 1 Michael J. Rice The Great Gatsby 2013 2 Leah Abusiewiez The Old Man and the Sea 2013 3 Mona Hassan Sherlock Holmes 2012 4 Aaron Umpierre The Three Musketeers 2012 1 4 2 3 22 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Packaging Design 1 Leah Abusiewiez The Big Gripper 2012 2 Janelle Garcia Candiques 2013 3 Michael J. Rice Swift Swipe Car Care 2012 4 Trista Lam Jai Alai Rebranding 2013 1 2 4 3 BFA Exhibition Invitation Winner Ellie Santangelo This competition takes place in the Broward Senior Seminar class. Each student creates an invitation design for the BFA portfolio exhibition. The judging takes place in class in two separate rounds. Ellie Santangeloâ€™s design was selected to represent the Spring 2013 graduating BFA class. The invitation is mailed to South Florida design professionals and FAU Graphic Design alumni. 1 2 3 4 Ellie Santangelo Michael J. Rice Sara Courtney Trista Lam 24 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 3 2 4 Art & Photography 1 Sabine Tinglof Guitar Mixed media, 2012 2 Eugenia Malioykova On Oil on canvas, 2012 3 Paula Rojas Color Tension Watercolor and ink, 2013 1 2 28 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 3 3 1 1 Eugenia Malioykova Champagne Railroad Oil on canvas, 2012 2 Paula Rojas Untitled Mixed media, 2012 3 Westley Cedeno Lava Sun God Reductive print, 2012 2 30 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 1 Chad Perna Untitled Work 4 Mixed media, 2012 2 Jeanie Giebel U Pull It Inkjet print on watercolor, 2013 3 Merle Edward Causey III Frank Hard point etching, 2012 2 32 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 3 3 1 Sara Grant Elephant Spirit Acrylic, 2012 2 Manzi Liu Two Things Oil on canvas, 2013 3 Sabine Tinglof Intitulado (Dance 1) Mixed media, 2011 2 34 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 1 1 Kimberly Heise Better Things To Worry About Oil on canvas, 2012 2 Michelle Friswell Finding Balance Digital Photography, 2012 3 Elena Joy Medina It Was On The Coffee Table Digital Photography, 2013 4 Rita Sosa Parametric Strawberry Folded Paper, 2013 5 Carlos Francisco Aged Digital Photography, 2012 2 36 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 3 4 5 3 1 Aubrey Ayala Timeline Phonebook Wire and paper, 2012 2 Roseanna Hassad Marbles Photography, 2012 3 Carlos Francisco Cuco Graphite on paper, 2012 2 38 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 3 1 Fatima Betances Catâ€™s Vision Photography series, 2012 2 Elise Raffa Epilogue Digital Photography, 2013 3 Brittani Wright Peekaboo Damselfly Digital Photography, 2012 1 2 40 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 3 1 Leah Abusiewiez Work To Be Done Digital Photography, 2012 2 Audrey Aurigemma Phantasmagoria Photoshop and Lightroom, 2013 3 Ashley Ackerman Mushroom Stairwell Digital Photography, 2013 2 42 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 1 Elise Raffa Allapattah Flats Digital Photography, 2012 2 Kimberly Heise Geese Fighting Monotype, 2012 3 Maryla Michel The Unknown Digital Photography, 2012 4 Jeanie Giebel Bucket Digital Photography, 2012 2 1 4 3 44 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Michelle Jones Eye Behind Shadows Contour Digital Photography and Photoshop, 2012 Architecture 1 Iuliia Fomina and Jose Daniel Bernal Solar Storyboard SketchUp, Photoshop, Rhinoceros, and Grasshopper, 2012 2 Armando Luna Keystone Rescue Station (Sections and Roof Plan) Rhino, Lumion and Photoshop, 2012 Keystone Rescue Station (Rendering) Rhino, Lumion and Photoshop, 2012 3 Christian Steixner The Nymph: A Metamorphosis (Sketch Model) Chip Board and Paper, 2012 The Nymph: A Metamorphosis (Physical Model) Bass Wood, 2012 The Nymph: A Metamorphosis (Longitudinal Section) Ink on Vellum, 2012 1 48 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 2 3 Demetrius Carter Wastewater Treatment facility Charcoal, 2013 Pen and colored pencil, 2013 In the Design Studio 8 course at FAU, we did drawing exercises that were aimed to engaging in our imagination of what a lab could be. The facility I designed will be used as a study of water purification. Scientists will be studying the different techniques in which to collect wastewater, purify the water and then send it back into the city grid. This facility will also be an educational tool as students from the community will have summer school classes available to understand the importance of potable drinking water in their city! 50 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Iuliia Fomina and Jose Daniel Bernal Trimo Bike Base – Project for the Trimo Urban Crash competition SketchUp, Photoshop and Illustrator, 2013 We challenge Trimo and its partners to energize the city! The poetics which the bicycle’s positive energy bring to the urban environment is embodied via human-recharged “batteries” made possible through Trimo’s modular solutions. During the day, the battery is energized by the users, and metaphorically, in turn they go on to power the city. At night, using led strip lights mounted on the modular units, charged during the day via photovoltaic panels, our Bike Base is a glowing reminder of and what really powers the urban core: humans in motion. 1 Paula Rojas Anamorphosis Drawing Ink on vellum, reflective paper, 2013 2 Paula Rojas Laboratory of ideas I Ink and watercolor, 2013 1 2 52 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 3 3 Maria Florencia Sapatta Mechanical Laboratory of Ideas Watercolor and ink on paper, 2013 4 Maria Florencia Sapatta Marine Laboratory of Ideas Digital collage, 2013 5 Rita Sosa Chicago Museum Mixed digital media, 2013 6 Rita Sosa Laboratory of Imagination #1 AutoCad, drawing and collage, 2013 4 5 6 Film, Video & New Media Cynthia Gutierrez Greebo the Spaceboy in the Human Body Comic Book Maya and Photoshop, 2013 This is a short comic book for the iPad game Greebo the Spaceboy in the Human Body, which tells the prologue of how Greebo the Spaceboy, an alien from outer space, accidentally falls inside the body of his human specimen. The game is a 2D Platformer game that takes place in the blood stream of the human body where Greebo the Spaceboy is trapped inside and must escape. The player must avoid shooting red and white blood cells and shoot the Bacillus and Coccus bacteria in order to survive. The models for the game were created in Maya and the game was put together in UDK game engine. 56 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 Greebo the Spaceboy in the Human Body Comic Book Cynthia Gutierrez 3D Modeling and Comic Book Cover Design Steven Wang Comic Book Cover Design Miguel Oubi単a Alvarez Game Programmer Roberta Schicchi 3D Modeling and Comic Book Pages. Maya and Photoshop, 2013 1 Juan Felipe Ocampo Chicago Pad 3D renderings, 2013 2 Eric Young Ashley The Zombie Slayer Posed Maya and Photoshop, 2012 3 Eric Young ericyoung3d.com logo Maya and Photoshop, 2012 4 Eric Young The Executive Maya and Unity, 2011 58 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 2 4 3 1 Anna Torlen Dyana Sculptris, 2013 2 Christopher Swain Shadows of a Dream Film Still, 2013 3 Grant Roberts Zombiegotchi 3D Character Model, 2012 2 60 REMARQUE | FAU VISUAL ANNUAL 2013 1 3 Lorenzo M. Ponce de León El Hijo de Hernández Don Álvaro and Miguel outside of the abandoned train station Don Álvaro and Miguel in the abandoned train station Miguel — “Mi personalidad no va a cambiar” Miguel and Marcela in the desert Film Stills, 2012 This is an independently produced full-feature film in Spanish based on the published work of a FAU faculty member and other qualified FAU students who traveled to Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha, Spain to work with professional actors. 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