Saturday, September 16, 2017

Final posters 30x40 from the Fall 2016 class. Selected work.

All posters printed in full color 30x40. Download full PDF of the posters shown below. Note: additional student posters can be found in the same directory (see full list at bottom of this post).

Jordin Kelsey: Recreational Drugs

Yuko Kuranuki: Nobel Prize

Monica Lira: Port of Oakland

Lingling Ma: Women's Hygiene

Christopher Maka: Golden State Warriors

Eugene See: Evolution of Apple 

Paula Guidugli: Violence Against Women

Claire Harcourt: CMYK RGB PMS

Jiaying (Ivy) Li: California Travel

Dina Marzouk: Obesity


Download full PDFs of the posters listed below.

01 02 Jiahuan (Chloe) Gu: Breakfast Effect
01 01 Colleen Fujimori: Netflix
01 03 Jordin Kelsey: Recreational Drugs
01 04 Yuko Kuranuki: Nobel Prize
01 05 Monica Lira: Port of Oakland
01 06 Juliana Loo: Endangered Species
01 07 Brenda Lopez: Fracking in Usa
01 08 Lingling Ma: Women's Hygiene
01 11 Eugene See: Evolution of Apple
01 10 Christopher Maka: Golden State Warriors
01 12 Arshia Singh: Bay Area Pollution
01 13 Gratas Sparnauskas: Plastic Oceans
02 01 Ramin Ghazinoori: Health SFSU
02 02 Paula Guidugli: Violence Against Women
02 05 Jiaying (Ivy) Li: California Travel
02 06 Luis Martinez: Cowboys Running Backs
02 03 Claire Harcourt: CMYK RGB PMS
02 07 Dina Marzouk: Obesity
02 08 Julianne Mccarthy: Film Diversity
02 09 Kelly Sekins: Video Games
02 10 Jeanette Silva-Torres: Coral Reefs
02 11 Andrew Snarr: NBA Power Teams

Wild card projects (various formats) from the Fall 2016 class.

Open format (wild card) project from Fall 2016 class. Selected work.
For this project, students were free to select the topic, the format, and the size of their project. The images only show a sample page from each project. Click below for complete projects.
Download full PDFs of the projects shown below.

Brenda Lopez: Sea Level Rising

Christopher Maka: 311 SF Non-Emergency Reports

Eugene See: Steve Jobs Patents

Jordin Elsey: The Ideal Woman

Paula Guidugli: Environment Price





Monday, July 11, 2016

Final posters 30x40 from the 2015 class (some examples)

A few example from the Fall 2014 class. In most designs, R was used for early prototyping and sketching, with Illustrator for final design.
PDF files of most of the 2015 posters shown below can be downloaded here.

The Ups and Downs of San Francisco Living, by Harlan Frost

The Scale of the Syrian Migration Crisis, by Kate Allbee

E-Waste, by Alisha Brink

  
San Francisco Parking Tickets, by Lauren Holmes

The Grammys, by Paulina Zepeda

The Importance of Needle Exchange, by James Schenck

Green vs Black, by Elena Cornejo

 Express Lanes Effectiveness, by Taylor Ridgway

 
The Digital Divide, by Elizabeth Ordway

Caffeine Addiction, by Eunyoung Shin

Incarceration Nation, by Shea Sjoberg

Netflix: Behind the Scenes, by Daniel Gorostieta

 The Bees Knees, by Torii Burnett

The Oil Industry, by Sophia Quang

Shark Attack Facts, by Isabella Zhang

Stroke, by Malissa Tallett

World's Largest Airlines, by Amanda Higgs

 
 How Long Until It's Gone? by Hien Truong

The Changing Face of Television, by Adrian Ochoa

 Play Like a Girl, by Sarah Donald

Blrrd Brdcst, by Ricardo Baltazar

The Evolution of Paper, by Karen Loccisano

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Final posters 30x40 from 2014 class (a few examples)

A few example from the Fall 2014 class. In most designs, R was used for early prototyping and sketching, with Illustrator for final design. In Fall 2014 section 1 was taught by Pino Trogu (noted as: PT), while section 2 was taught by Stephanie Tang (noted as: ST).
PDF files of the 2014 posters shown below can be downloaded here.

 Andrew Steinmetz: General George Patton (PT)

 Ani Aghajanyan: Sugar Guide (ST)

 Christopher Hurtt: Kayne West (ST)

 Claudia Paz: Consumer Spending (PT)

 David Wong: Identifying California Diversity (PT)

 Jessica Nourse: House tv show (PT)

 Heather Russell: Sex Ed: What's Missing? (PT)

Mona Chiu: Glacier Data (PT)
Note: this project is actually an interactive website built using Tableau. Click below to visit:

 Nicholas Laythe: Long and High Jump (PT)

 Olivia Abundis: Play Like a Girl (ST)

 Ran Yang: Disney, the land of movies (PT)

 Ruby Robertson: Global Compost (ST)

 Tommy Chu: Assassin's Creed (ST)

Willie Yapching: Studio Ghibli (ST)