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Academic Level at Time of Creation


Date of Creation

Fall 11-15-2019

Artist Statement

I have always liked to create things and make interesting pieces of artwork. Making work in the design field has been very delightful and engaging for me. Learning about how people react to imagery even when its digital or print has been one of the biggest things, I have learned from becoming an artist and focusing in graphic design. I chose to do graphic design because of my experiences with past classes and pieces that bring joy to me. As well as, the aesthetic you can achieve doing design work. Being able to create sleek, clean, and simple designs to fit the modern style is very pleasing and catches my attention and others. Seeing or knowing that my viewers of my work can understand it and also get a vibe of interest into the pieces gives me a satisfactory feeling which I enjoy.

Most of the work is made digitally, but always starts from sketches with a pencil and paper. Easiest way to make many different ideas for a topic is starting from paper and pencil then you can scan your desired pieces to the computer and go from there. Being able to make multiple revisions digitally is one of my favorite things about design and also the use of technology is amazing of all the beautiful things you could create digitally. Along with digital design I can also do print design as well which is another reason why being a designer you can do many things that can do physically and digitally.

Currently, my work has been inspired by advertisement and my poster design class. Experimenting with layers and colors to create diverse and complex posters that are also very clean and concise. Being able to continue this aesthetic in my current work brings me joy and hopefully viewers of my work can appreciate and see what I see with my work.


Jim Bryant


Digital Prints made into 24" x 36" poster prints displayed. These posters are designed to be dynamic with photoshop layering and effects. Most of the effects and words for the artwork is context of the movies or related to the movies themselves. They are meant to be fan poster that you would purchase after the movie was launched or even before for marketing and pushing out content for the movies. It all started with the Joker poster and experimenting on what I could do to expand on seeing what I could push outside the words that relates towards the movies.

Photo Credit

Larry Eakels

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