Art + Design
Rhode Island School of Design Latinx Student Club, Mango Street, 2019-Current
I worked on the branding and graphic design for Rhode Island School of Design’s Latinx student club, Mango Street in collaboration with Natalie Olaya and Kerbin Rosario. As I founded the Latinx student club on campus, I understood the importance of the club’s branding identity to help establish its efforts futher. Instagram: @risdmangostreet
Rhode Island School of Design Architecture NOMAS Chapter, 2020-Current
I am currently the graphic designer for the NOMAS Architecture Chapter at Rhode Island School of Design.
Voting Graphic Designs, 2020-Current
As a First-Generation Mexican-American, it is important for me to create bilingual voting graphics. The Latinx vote within the United States is very important which is why there must be more opportunities for bilingual information to be shared to Spanish-speaking individuals. I made bilingual infographics as a personal project to share within my Latinx community in Kansas City. Through First-Gen Chisme, I initiated a Voting project that allowed visitors to click on their state’s popsicle that then led them to information on their state’s voting registration deadlines.
Memory Conchas Mexican Bread Pillows
Prof: David Scanavino, Spring 2019
The Mexican bread, other known as conchas, represents a warm comfortable memory that one feels when eating the sugar bread during special ocasions or in regular days. The form of stuffed pillows invites participants to feel similar emotions of comfort and warmth as they are cuddled within the bread.
Year 20 Vending Machine-Summer 2020
The vending machine features 50 designs that celebrates a memory as I turned 20 years old.