Posters

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STILL JAMES

Subtlety is key; in a short film that paces itself as slowly as coffee is brewed, this fantasy-drama calls for a poster that speaks softly while still offering intrigue. 

dir. Joshua Seigel

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PARDON OUR PIXIE DUST

 

To capture this documentary's exposé on Disneyland's effect on Anaheim, this degrades a classic Disney-style poster to hint at a story hidden beyond the public eye. 

dir. Matthew Serrano

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SEND IN THE SUN

Taking from the film's fantasy-driven style and inspired by the Monty Python aesthetic, Sun's poster strives to balance comedy and wonder just as the film does.

dir. Nick Jackson

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A MATCH AMONG SCREENS

Meant for conceptual use, this technologically-based 60s romance follows the blossoming of online matchmaking. Aligning with the theme of "firsts," this graphic's focal point centers on a digital pair. 

prod. Aaron Keteyian

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FRAIL

Don't give too much away-- in this visceral short, the shock is saved for last. Much like the film, this poster leaves most of the horror to the viewer's imagination.

dir. Jon Crawford

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DYING WITH YOU

 

We're dreaming up fantasies of the future and finding comfort in a bleak situation. This poster exemplifies the playfulness of a relationship without a home. Illustrations courtesy of Peggy Zisk.

dir. Sam Rutledge

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MORGUE

 

In a film that uses music as a means of showing a character's progression out of insecurity, as well as a hyperbolic use of feeling dead or alive, it's portrayal in a single image needed to combine both of those elements.

dir. Triston Davenport

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MOTHBALL

 

A simple poster for a simple film. Since we're forcibly trapped with our protagonist behind a barricaded doorway, Mothball's poster reflects the claustrophobia of this one-room comedy.

dir. Nick Jackson

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SOMETHING IN THAT ROOM

A dark comedy-thriller that hinges itself on over-the-top ridiculousness can only be represented by a poster that takes itself as seriously as the characters take themselves.

dir. Joshua Seigel

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THE FUNERAL

This film tries to find the humor in a morbid and delicate situation, and the poster tries to illustrate a central question: how does a person's reputation follow them after their death?

dir. Ryan Steel

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NOT THIS AGAIN

Expressing the weight of a situation is essential in a relationship drama-- visualizing the conflict hanging over their heads creates a stress that this short film thrives on. 

dir. David Nichols Jr.

Miscellaneous

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STACKED TYPE

This work is meant to showcase type's capability of being organized thoughtfully, even with the most random assortment of phrases.

11" x 17"

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GLYPH WALRUS

Created as a means of honing recognizability, this piece creates a familiar figure using only individual glyphs from various typefaces.

3300 x 2550

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SADDLEBACK SHOWCASE

This graphic was designed for social media use, as a way of advertising the lineup for Saddleback College's Spring showcase.

3000 x 3000

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THE LOST FILMS

A recent advertisement for a short film screening, meant to evoke classic noir while also poking fun at the films' prolonged completion.

27" x 40"

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