Senior Thesis 2016 when studying Graphic Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.
Visual identity for the post-resistance in Puerto Rico. Based in the current crisis the Island is facing, Farmacia Dolores' goal is to aid the people with resistance. The green represents the close relationship that Dolores shares with those who believe in the Independence of Puerto Rico. The Nu-Criollo flag to represent the topography of Puerto Rico and its different tones of green. It also carries a black star, which is symbolic to its shared ideology with the current Resistance in Puerto Rico, who have chosen the color black as their visual identity.
Models: Zoe Elefterin & Antonio Delvalle-Lago
The installation view was part of the Senior Survey presentation at Pratt Institute.
- Project Roles
- Art Director, Art Producer, Artist, Creative Director, Designer
- Personal Project
- Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Fabrication, Language: Spanish, Print
- Art, Environmental Design, Photography, Posters, Sculptures
- Project Industries