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SENIOR YEAR BABEYY!!

Well that was a crazy ride, wasn’t it? We can actually say that we went through an entire semester of college in the midst of a pandemic. Not many people get to say that! This fall was definitely a blur, and producing work was a little more stressful than usual…


I found out about printmaker Emma Nishimura through another one of my studio classes this semester: Artist & The Book with Lynne Allen. From the moment I started watching a video of Nishimura, I knew I felt a connection with her. Based in Toronto, Nishimura is a fourth generation half-Japanese…


When James first gave our design group this assignment, we can honestly say that any of us knew what the Impact & Empathy project was, nor what our final product was going to look like in the slightest. Nonetheless, our group trusted the process, and started to dive headfirst into…


Humorously enough, our third and final project for Motion Graphics was actually the only project where my idea didn’t do a complete 180 in the middle of the process! …


It took me a while to land on an idea for our second Motion Graphics project, Tender Buttons. Towards the beginning of the process, I was super stumped on what to make. Initially thinking I would create a hand-drawn, frame-by-frame animation, I came a long way to my final draft––a…


For my first-ever Motion Graphics project, I decided to create a stop motion animation depicting both my secret word and my passion for a cappella music.

Notes from my first brainstorm for the project

I started out with a brainstorming session, thinking about alternate meanings for my secret word, passions of mine that I wanted to incorporate into…

Greg Bond

Graphic Design student at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts

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