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© 2020 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved. Many images courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.

© 2020 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved. Many images courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.

My Projects

 

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5

personal projects

and descriptions.

 

This is just a preview!

See these and

15

more on your

tablet or computer.

 

1

Dr. Keith Dippre

 

2020 music festival poster

 

 

The Music Department of Methodist University coordinates an invitational music festival annually featuring brand new composition performances.

I have designed posters each year for the event since its inception. This poster includes my own concept, with two creative commons licensed photos.

I provided layout and image

manipulation for the 18" x 36" format.

 

 

 

2

Fred and Debbie Seifer

 

stationery system

 

 

Fred and Debbie Seifer asked me to design a logo and stationery system for their llama ranch. I also created other designs as Mrs. Seifer began baking and selling muffin-top cookies which she called “Llama Bean Ranch Mookies”.

 

Logo design: 1999 Gold ADDY®

Tri-City Metro Advertising Federation

 

Stationery system: 1999 Gold ADDY®

Tri-City Metro Advertising Federation

 

1999 Judge’s Choice Award

Tri-City Metro Advertising Federation

 

2005 International identity winner

Logo Lounge 2 by Catharine Fishel

and Bill Gardner (Rockport)

 

 

 

3

Class Demos

 

adobe photoshop

and illustrator

 

 

AGD 2020 is the first imaging course within our B.F.A. in Graphic Design curriculum. I provide demos to the students on making selections and composites in Photoshop, drawing letterforms in Illustrator, and searching for special effects “how tos” online.

 

Here are three of my resulting posters that feature sci-fi film characters, but in impossible combinations with other stars.

 

 

 

4

Dr. Joel Sattgast

 

logo design

 

 

Pronounced Trek-ah, Trexo is a Greek term that means to run. Dr. Sattgast chose this term for his physical therapy and performance coaching practice.

His focus is on clients who are runners, cyclists, and triathletes.

 

 

 

5

David McCune

International

Art Gallery

 

north carolina glass

exhibition catalog

 

 

My faculty position at

Methodist University has

also garnered requests for design projects across campus.

 

This is a 56-page catalog for

“Igneous Expressions,” a show of 26 North Carolina studio glass artists, including the late Harvey Littleton.

 

 

 

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© 2020 Kerry Scott Jenkins. All rights reserved.

Many images courtesy of the next generation of top graphic designers.