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MUSEUM OF GOD ABBA. Museum of God. Museum of Religions


ABBA. Museum of God. Stationery


ABBA. Museum of God. Promotional Packaging


Ikko Tanaka in El Paso. Exhibition Poster


AM Cassandre in El Paso. Exhibition Poster


StudentPublications Fall 2006 | Summer 2007

The University of Texas at El Paso

in Student Affairs

Empowering Student Success

For the past nine decades, Student Publications has served as a means for the university to provide a professional, hands-on work experience for the most eager and self-motivated students who wish to pursue and learn the craft of journalism and publishing. The department has produced some of the finest journalists and publishing professionals in the region and the country. Nearly all of the students have ventured forth to pursue successful careers after graduation. In addition, UTEP is one of the very few universities in the country that produces a bilingual magazine. Minero Magazine provides a venue for validating the university’s diverse culture and fulfills the rapidly growing need for bilingual journalists.

UTEP Student Publications. Informative Trifold


SUMMER OF

1966

This summer was known as

and the development of the Fillmore Auditorium.

the “Summer of Love”— a

Both venues used a new way of advertising, with

phrase that was copyrighted

psychedelic posters so bizarre that only stoned people

by producer Bill Graham. As the

could decipher the squiggly, blobby lettering and the

“hippie” movement developed

references to drugs.

dances where bands performed became a way of experimenting with free love, psychedelic

The most important representatives of this endeavor

drugs, hard rock, folk and experimental music.

included the well-known Big Five artists of psychedelic

These dances featured light shows, and new kind of

poster design: Wes Wilson, Rick Griffin, Alton Kelly,

graphics that enhanced the psychedelic effects

Victor Moscoso, and Stanley Mouse. They created

of the drugs. The dances started to get so big that

posters that broke the established conventions of

they had to move from the loft kind of party to the

graphic design, and they did so with twisting, melting

now famous dance halls. It was the year that saw

distorted forms that conveyed the atmosphere of the

the first Family Dog dances at the Avalon Ballroom,

dance concert experience.

Psychedelic Posters of the 1960s. Exhibition Catalog

“I sought out a person I trusted and he laughed and told me

that the Kool-Aid had been spiked and I was just beginning my first LSD experience.” Left / From The Jacket of Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.


BossaMinyo Restaurant. Japanese-Brazilian Cuisine


BossaMinyo Restaurant. Stationery


Stanlee & Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts.Promotional Bookmark


Border Public Theater. Independent Underground Theater Company


El Otro Lado/The Other Side. Border Public Theater Poster


The Shape of Things. Border Public Theater Poster


Suzi Davidoff Website. Welcome page


Suzi Davidoff Website. Art Collection Introduction


Suzi Davidoff Website. Artwork View


Suzi Davidoff Website. Biography View


Suzi Davidoff Website. Promotional Postcard


Fox Sports ID. 5 seconds ID proposal for contest


Building Reading Comprehension. Learning modules homepage.


Building Reading Comprehension. Learning modules index.


Building Reading Comprehension. Module versions.


Building Reading Comprehension. Module scenario with video.


Building Reading Comprehension. Scenario video.


Distance Learning. Template for online course.


Distance Learning. Template for online course.


Distance Learning. Template for online course.


Annual Juried UTEP Student Art Exhibition. Exhibiton Poster


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