I created this film using Maya 2018. It is inspired by my love for Frank Ocean, along with my exploration of creating liquids in 3D programs, playing with color/texture, and camera movement.
waste not want not
This is a book I created for one of my design sustainability courses. The objective for this book was to call into recognition the waste that we, as consumers, create, and to document the process.
I took account of all of the trash I accumulated for a week straight, and then compiled the imagery, along with descriptions of the trash, into this book. I was incredibly surprised by the sheer amount of waste I accumulated over the course of just a week, and through this project, learned various ways to practice a more sustainable lifestyle.
a series of posters and editorials created for my typography class. we were asked to choose our favorite film, and create a new brand based off of the premise!
This is a series of graphics I am creating as I venture into experimenting with different styles of graphic arts. These are meant to reflect my observations on things I go through, and my thoughts on social issues. My main goal with these is to not think too hard about the final result, and instead spend time in the narrative/thought-process behind each graphic.
created using Maya 2018. animated typographic experiment revolving around lyrics by Frank Ocean.
a frame by frame animation I created by rotoscoping imagery using photoshop. 1/4
in my eye
rotoscoping frame by frame animations using photoshop. 2/4
rotoscoping frame by frame animations using photoshop. 3/4
rotoscoping frame by frame animations using photoshop
a rooster amongst yayoi
created using 3DS Max 2017. animated 3D model of a rooster.
a miscellaneous piece i created out of boredom, using my favorite colors at the time! (:
solange album redesign
a miscellaneous project i completed for a cover redesign of solange's "a seat at the table," one of my favorite albums
a mixture of hand drawn and photoshop methods inspired by a poem by maya angelou
exhibited in the 2017 after school project's art show in costa mesa, california
brockhampton alphabet - J
brockhampton alphabet - R
pediatric aids coalition
This project was done in tandem with my project partner, Yujin Tsuruo. We were inspired by Japanese minimalism, and decided to create this structure to fit the prompt - create an apparatus that would make it difficult for a ball bearing to get from one end to the other.
We laser cut all of the platforms, and individually glued the beams together. We then applied rice paper to the outside.