Work | Watkins Graphic Design Senior Showcase

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Watkins College of Art, Design & Film says
Watkins’ Graphic Design majors Chris Davidson, Lacy Frazier, and Sam Woolson will be in the spotlight for their senior exhibition WORK on Thursday, May 5, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The senior show, on display one night only in the lakeside Cecy Reed Student Center, will coincide with the opening of the final Fine Art and Photography senior exhibition in the Currey Gallery.

The portfolio showcase, which is free and open to the public, will introduce to the community three outstanding graphic designers and illustrators through print and multimedia projects in advertising, packaging, branding and identity, digital publishing and illustration.

Originally from Madison, Alabama, Chris Davidson is a designer and artist — and typographic fanatic — who creates products, packages, advertisements and brand identity that explore the honesty behind relations between the designer and the viewer. His mediums range from screen print, linocut, and paint marker, to scanners and adobe InDesign, and his work has been seen in Watkins’ all-school juried show and in Graphic Design’s Split & Twisted competition.

Originally from Austin, Texas, Lacy Frazier will present illustration-based work mostly based in pen and ink, watercolor, and some vector art. The work ranges from illustration and character design, to packaging, branding, and advertising.
While at Watkins, Lacy’s work has been juried into the Split & Twisted show, as well as winning two local Addy awards in ad campaign categories. After graduating Lacy plans on returning to Austin, where she will be focused on illustration-based design.

Sam Woolson will be presenting a style that combines printmaking techniques and illustration. She loves carving away at linoleum and woodblocks, intaglio, and screen printing, and enjoys experimenting with colors and type.

For more information, visit the show's website [that’s six Works].
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By: Watkins College of Art, Design & Film

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