“Alice Picard is a graphic designer, illustrator, and visual artist. She completed a degree in graphic design in Montreal (UQAM) after doing a semester in Strasbourg (HEAR). Her rather eclectic approach is characterized by the versatility and the experimental side of her graphic approaches. Alice’s work usually flirts with the hybrid of several techniques, to infuse meaning into each project. She is based in Montreal and likes the color yellow a little bit too much.”
“I am a designer and creator. I currently study at OCAD University working toward a Bachelor of Design in Graphic Design. My passion is my reality. I express myself through bold, bright colours constantly trying to challenge my perspective by finding the hidden nuances in clear sight. I always catch myself staring at my surroundings with fascination, adoration and wonder, finding the beauty in the mundane.”
“Shan Stride is a film set designer based in Cape Town, South Africa. She has worked on a number of high profile feature films, including "Maze Runner," Netflix's "Mowgli", and the 2020 Disney live-action version of Mulan. Shan's job is to create architectural plans and digital 3D models for the purpose of conceptualizing and constructing film sets. In addition to accepting film contracts, Shan also offers private lessons in Sketchup and AutoCAD.”
“As a professional designer, Kelton Bumgarner provides art and creative direction for Philadelphia-based boutique UBIQ. He has worked on numerous projects from concept to completion, including several sold-out collaborations with brands such as New Balance, Diadora, Saucony, Asics, and Clarks. His experience includes digital, print, and photo art direction; product surface design; web design, e-commerce, and social media; retail & environmental design, merchandising, and installations.”
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“Robyn is designer with extensive experience in product and platform design, responsive web, and print with a concentration and more enthusiasm for the digital and interactive side. She has been successfully using human-centered design to help inform and enhance the overall user and customer experience connecting and forming stronger and more meaningful bonds between product and person.”
Updated on August 5, 2019 | By Steph Davidson
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