Midwest Food Bank came to my church asking for help remodeling, organizing the space, and cleaning, but I wanted to contribute my special skill set. I also wanted a good excuse to try something I had never done before: designing a typography based mural.
Typography, Illustration, Branding
Before I started the painting process I spent several hours sketching the Bible verse “I was hungry and you gave me food.” I incorporated wheat from the food bank logo, three-dimensional elements for the type, and a sense of motion that carried the illustrations across the page.
Once ASU Spring Break commenced, I was ready to paint. I recruited five of my classmates to help. The food bank mural provides an uplifting backdrop for volunteers working in that space. Many volunteers have taken their pictures in front of this wall, sharing their photos on social media. I have never worked on a more rewarding project than the food bank mural, and I hope to continually work for organizations that help grow our community and drive positive change.
Mission Possible Café is a non-profit cafe that employs the homeless. They asked me to paint a wall mural for their restaurant. Throughout the whole design process, I teamed up with two of my classmates, Hailey Tang and Quincy Reams. We designed several logo and wall mural options for them to choose from, as well as their menu board in their restaurant.
Typography, Branding, Environmental