â€œ This is a selection of works that range from class assignments to professional solutions. Enjoy!â€?
Selected works I
corporate identity / stationery / design manual / brochure posters / brand extensions / environmental graphics
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Logo signature, sub-brands, and stationery
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Design Manual 1” binder, 8.5” x 11” sheets
â€œ By promoting lectures, publishing educational resources, and creating community opportunities, CLIO helps expands the field of designâ€?
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Mail-in promotional kit
8.5â€? x 11â€? brochure, saddle stitch binding
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Lectures poster series A1 23.375â€? x 33.125â€?
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Lectures books
8.5â€? x 11â€? book, perfect binding
Identity Studies: Converge Conference I
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Converge conference identity
CONVERGE 08 Expanding Design
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Conference poster 18” x 24”
“ Converge is a place where designers, scientist, artists, etc., gather to share ideas and solutions”
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Conference invitation
9” x 4”
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Conference staff t-shirt and ID badge
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Sketchbook & promotional items
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Outdoor graphics
CLIO Resource Center for Designers / Indoor graphics
Studiocom / Logotype design & stationery system
“ It’s being a great experience and privilege to work with such creative talents at Studiocom.”
Studiocom / Web site rebranding and environmental graphics
â€œThe best intern everâ€?
Maurizio Villareal Executive Creative Director
layout & grid systems / booklet / book / book jackets
Design Methodologies / Process Book binder
1” binder, 8.035” x 10” sheets
“ I enjoy and value process because it’s helps me understand, explore, and build strong solutions”
Internship / Booklet spreads & cover
7.25” x 8.75” booklet, saddle stitch binding
place to grow, to “atransform, and to evolve my aspirations as a designer.”
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Meet the Chef / Book cover & spreads
7.5” x 7.5” book, perfect binding
Barnes & Noble / Photomontages
Barnes & Noble / Book jacket Impressionist artists series
6.75” x 8”
brand identity / packaging systems
Palmas Skin Blends / Brand identity & packaging system
Café Yaucono Clásico / Process book & packaging system
exhibition / experimental
Einstein Exhibit / Theory of Gravitation poster
24” x 36”
T H E O R Y
Albert Einstein observations and theories forever changed we see Universal Gravitation, Einstein pondered his view of General
ARISTOTLE 300 B.C.
and understand the universe. In relation to Newton’s Law of Relativity, which states that large mass objects, such as the Sun, bend “space-time” with their gravitational force.
Greek philosopher and scientist Aristotle According to Newton, gravity has an immediate effect. For example, if the Sun suddenly disappears all the planets on the solar system will immediately be released from their orbits. Yet Einstein
lectured in Athens about “falling bodies” trying to find their natural place in the center of the Earth.
Italian scientist Galileo Galilei concluded with his experimentations that all objects fall in the same acceleration, unless air resistance or some other force acts upon them.
23 years old English scientist Isaac Newton theory states that the gravitational force between two objects is directly proportional to their masses.
theory predicts that gravity travels at the speed of light, therefore we wouldn’t feel the release of gravity immediately.
Validating Experiments Excess Precession
MERCURY ORBITING THE SUN
Mercury’s orbit was one of the puzzles that the Newton’s gravity theory and calculations couldn’t explain. The orbit is an ellipse, an oval geometric shape that the sun is not exactly in the center of the ellipse, so Mercury’s position wasn’t the same as Newton predicted. Einstein gravity theory confirmed this phenomenon.
1919 an expedition lead by Sir Arthur Eddington captured images of an eclipse that confirmed Einstein General Theory of Relativity. The images proofed that light is bent by gravity when displaying stars in different positions before and after the eclipse.
The purpose of this experiment is to test Einstein theory in a pristine orbiting laboratory, reducing background noise, producing the most precise measurement of the local space-time. The gyroscope is set at polar orbit, and set on a distant reference point. As the time passes, the telescope axis movement in the place of the orbit and the plane of the Earth’s rotation.
Theory of General Relativity
E I N S T E I N ’ S
SPACE -TIME FABRIC
WARPS AND CURVES
OBJECTS FOLLOWS FABRIC
Isaac Newton's 1687 description of gravity was
Einstein mathematically showed that massive
To Einstein, space-time valleys create the effect of
considered scientific law until Einstein's General
objects, such as the Sun and planets, bend
gravity. So, the bowl-shaped warp made by Earth's
Theory of Relativity, published more than two
"space-time,” or four-dimensional arena in which all
mass, for example, alters the course of an object,
centuries later. Newton had explained gravity as a
things exist. Imagine the depression you make by
like a satellite, that travels into that warp.
force that instantaneously acts over a distance, and
standing in the middle of a trampoline. Roll a ball
the result is a pull between any two objects in the
across a trampoline's surface, and it is redirected by
universe.This concept is still today.
the "valley" your mass forms.
APRIL 16 - DECEMBER 30 2008
The Two Sides of War / Anti and pro war three–dimensional poster
â€œDesign in a Bordertownâ€?
Ed Fella Professor / Designer
Ed Fella Quote / Poster
11” x 17”
interactive / brand experience / visual style / motion graphics
Savannah for the Arts / Logo design
Savannah for the Arts / Web site design
Scholastic The Stacks / Moodboard & home page comp
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