HEY THERE! MY NAME IS
Kenan Alemhoca is a graphic designer whose designs are packed with vibrant details, thoughtfulness, and personal intention. Kenan is practicing the interaction between textures chaotic design and simplistic modern design. His goal is to push the boundaries of design to expand and grow continuously as a designer. While a designer, Kenan is also known to be a Starbucks expert, a Nintendo Fanboy, and a fan of chill indie pop music
BORN: Bradenton, Florida
FAVORITE TYPEFACE: Brandon Grotesque
FAVORITE HEX CODE(S):
#BEAFE3, #CDD8C3 , #CED5D9, #F3BB2C, #F26C73, #2EBCAE
ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn
MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL:
FAVORITE UFGD STUDIO MEMORY: That one night where a couple of us got together and did like a food/movie hangout in the studio.
DESIGN INSPIRATION(S): My biggest design inspiration is design that is outside of my comfort zone
CHECK OUT MY WORK BELOW!
LOVE IS NOT DYING
“Love is not dying” is an album by Jeremy Zucker. Based on my interpretation, the album is about being reflective and is told through sounds of stillness and serenity and of motion and chaos paired together. I aimed to capture this through the visual pairing of chaotic, grainy, and manipulated texture and simple, clean, white detailing of blended geometric forms and structured lines.
I AM NOT AMERICAN
“I am not american” is a multi-narrative book combining texts of the Declaration of Independence and my narrative of the American identity. The Declaration and modern-day society share a strive for freedom through demonstrative actions. The book documents my engagement about America's war towards freedom; I cannot relate to this aggressive identity of America. The essence of the book is to answer two questions: what does it mean to be American, and am I American?
QUEER & DESIGN
"Queer & Design” is a digital space aimed to show and tell the voices of queer designers. The site holds two tools: an archive blog tool to discuss about the queer designer’s involvement with design and a podcast space to discuss about interaction of identities of both queer and designer.
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