During Kelly Chu's first year at UCLA, she designed The Absurd Kind of Uniformity in Carolina Trigo's typography class, which includes eight booklets representing an eight week design process of book covers for Walter Benjamin's Illuminations: Essays and Reflections and On Some Motifs in Baudelaire, a poster documenting a typographic paper sculpture, and a small intro/artist statement card.
Quinton is pursuing his second Bachelor’s degree at the Art Center College of Design studying graphic design with a focus on interaction design. After years of suppressing his creative spirit at desk jobs, Quinton finally decided to follow his passion and talents. He moved out to LA to attend Art Center almost two years ago and hasn’t looked back.
Oliver Lo studied architecture in college and spent nearly a decade as a teacher in an economically underserved public school in Los Angeles. He was looking for a creative outlet outside of teaching and took up graphic design classes being offered by the public programs at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. After five years of taking design classes “for fun,” Oliver finally enrolled as a full-time student.
Kittaya is a 23-year old student at Cal State University Northridge who was born in Bangkok, Thailand. After taking her first graphic design class at a community college, she started cultivating her passion for design. We saw her type work at play in Kittaya's conceptual project and just had to ask her about her inspiration.