HEY THERE! MY NAME IS
Marci is a young designer that derives inspiration from her own multi-ethnic background to produce work that expresses words as a visual medium. She loves watching foreign movies and listening to French cafe music. She knows all about sushi and loves wearing all black attire. Marci enjoys being around people, going on adventures, and traveling! Marci is moving to Berlin, Germany. There, she will experiment with different mediums, learn German, and continue to explore experimental typography.
BORN: Fort Lauderdale, FL
FAVORITE TYPEFACE: Gotham
FAVORITE HEX CODE(S): #0B24FB
ZODIAC SIGN: Aries
MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL: Morning person
FAVORITE UFGD STUDIO MEMORY: When I was finishing Jarred's last project and I was getting help from my senior pals at the time to staple this book together. It was in the late hours and literally everyone was there. Will be missed.
DESIGN INSPIRATION(S): Alex Trochut, Nubia Navarro
CHECK OUT MY WORK BELOW!
GIRL ON THE TRAIN
This piece showcases expressive qualities of typography to enhance the power, mood, and reading experience for viewers. My goal in this project was to capture the identity of my statement visually through hierarchy, typeface design, and by creating a relationship through grid alignment. This poster is meant to capture attention from a distance and be engaging up-close.
POLITICS OF COLOR THEORY
Designed to capture the concepts of color theory in America, this booklet portrays the deep history of color psychology and how it can be related to the Declaration of Independence. Challenging the notions that the Declaration holds, this multi-narrative book displays how color, shape, and texture can influence human perception.
Capturing a client's identity through her clothing brand, Redefined Goods encapsulates a retro and fun play on recycling clothing into evolved trendy products. The name is hand-lettered to represent the organic brand, while the illustration displays her mission of reducing waste and repurposing articles of clothing.
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