Academy students & grads are in the pages of Creative Quarterly
Empire Vineyards packaging by Fred Carriedo, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. “Wine has been universally enjoyed and celebrated for over 8000 years,” says Carriedo. “This rich history inspired me to design a line of old-world French wines that would create an experience at the table for the target audience.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Christine George.

Empire Vineyards packaging by Fred Carriedo, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. “Wine has been universally enjoyed and celebrated for over 8000 years,” says Carriedo. “This rich history inspired me to design a line of old-world French wines that would create an experience at the table for the target audience.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Christine George.

Creative Quarterly magazine extensively features the work of Academy students and alumni in its recent editions. Issues #34–35 and #36 highlight the work of nine School of Graphic Design students and one School of Illustration graduate in its Fresh Talent Gallery, a regular feature of this leading journal of contemporary art and design.

The Fresh Talents in issue 34–35 include:
Amanda Smith (BFA 2013, Graphic Design)
Fred Carriedo (BFA 2013, Graphic Design)
Xinghui Li (BFA 2012, Graphic Design)
Flora Cruells Benzal (MFA student)
Siow Werm Goh
• Naomi Hoag (BFA 2012, Graphic Design)
Rika Putri (BFA 2010, Graphic Design)
Cecilia Hedin (BFA 2013, Graphic Design)
David Scott (BFA 2012, Graphic Design)
Shirong Gao (MFA 2013, Illustration)

Creative Quarterly issue 36 features the work of:
Ara Dizon (BFA 2013, Graphic Design)
• Flora Cruells Benzal

Design by Xinghui Li, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. “The inspiration for this book was the butterfly effect and chaos theory,” says Li. "The design represents the relationship between humans and nature. The butterfly symbolizes nature and appears in the photography, which shows the delicate interplay between all elements of the world.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

Design by Xinghui Li, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. “The inspiration for this book was the butterfly effect and chaos theory,” says Li. “The design represents the relationship between humans and nature. The butterfly symbolizes nature and appears in the photography, which shows the delicate interplay between all elements of the world.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

Design by Xinghui Li, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. “Shopping at Urban Outfitters should feel like walking in an urban forest,” says Li. “In the rebranding, wood is used throughout the store and in catalogs and promotional materials, and the color palate comes from natural sources. The idea is to help people get more in touch with the Earth and promote the recycling of clothing.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Matthew Wakeman.

Design by Xinghui Li, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. “Shopping at Urban Outfitters should feel like walking in an urban forest,” says Li. “In the rebranding, wood is used throughout the store and in catalogs and promotional materials, and the color palate comes from natural sources. The idea is to help people get more in touch with the Earth and promote the recycling of clothing.” From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Matthew Wakeman.

“S54—The Rebranding of Studio 54,” by Flora Cruells Benzal, current online student. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Class: Nature of Identity. Instructor: Hunter Wimmer.

“S54—The Rebranding of Studio 54,” by Flora Cruells Benzal, current MFA student. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Class: Nature of Identity. Instructor: Hunter Wimmer.

“The Mistress & The Spinster,” a set of typographic cards based on Jane Austen’s life and literature, by Flora Cruells Benzal, current online student. From Creative Quarterly  issue 36. Class: Type 2. Instructor: David Hake.

“The Mistress & The Spinster,” a set of typographic cards based on Jane Austen’s life and literature, by Flora Cruells Benzal, current MFA student. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Class: Type 2. Instructor: David Hake.

“The Mistress & The Spinster,” a set of typographic cards based on Jane Austen’s life and literature, by Flora Cruells Benzal, current online student. From Creative Quarterly  issue 36. Class: Type 2. Instructor: David Hake.

“The Mistress & The Spinster,” a set of typographic cards based on Jane Austen’s life and literature, by Flora Cruells Benzal, current MFA student. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Class: Type 2. Instructor: David Hake.

Design by Naomi Hoag, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Class: Type 3. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

Design by Naomi Hoag, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Class: Type 3. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

Red Stripe Beer rebranding by Rika Putri, 2010 Graphic Design graduate. “I wanted to redesign the label of a beer that needed to be brought to life,” says Putri. “My vision was to take Red Stripe from reflecting the simplicity of its name to embracing the incomparable Jamaican spirit, culture and liveliness.” Deliverables for this class assignment included a newly designed canned beer and a six-pack bottle carrier. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Tom McNulty.

Red Stripe Beer rebranding by Rika Putri, 2010 Graphic Design graduate. “I wanted to redesign the label of a beer that needed to be brought to life,” says Putri. “My vision was to take Red Stripe from reflecting the simplicity of its name to embracing the incomparable Jamaican spirit, culture and liveliness.” Deliverables for this class assignment included a newly designed canned beer and a six-pack bottle carrier. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Tom McNulty.

Fourteen Sixty-one Rum rebranding by Cecilia Hedin, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Christine George.

Fourteen Sixty-one Rum rebranding by Cecilia Hedin, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Christine George.

“De-evolution: Excess” by David Scott, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Roland Young.

“De-evolution: Excess” by David Scott, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Roland Young.

“De-evolution: Disconnection” by David Scott, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

“De-evolution: Disconnection” by David Scott, 2012 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Ariel Grey.

“Odyssey Years,” illustration by Shirong Gao, 2013 Illustration graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Marc Ericksen.

“Odyssey Years,” illustration by Shirong Gao, 2013 Illustration graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 34–35. Instructor: Marc Ericksen.

Design by Ara Dizon, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Instructor: Troy Alders.

Design by Ara Dizon, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Instructor: Troy Alders.

Design by Ara Dizon, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Instructor: Roland Young.

Design by Ara Dizon, 2013 Graphic Design graduate. From Creative Quarterly issue 36. Instructor: Roland Young.

Learn more about Creative Quarterly magazine.

Posted: Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
Filed under: Alumni News, Student Awards, Student Work
Tagged: