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Typography 101

Typography 101

This group show features typography pieces from four outstanding students in Typography with Prof. Glentz Brush during the spring of 2020. The artists/designers are Ellen Tierney, Elijah Thurston, Sarah Smith and Patrick Marcotullio.

Ellen Tierney
BFA Graphic Design

A little bit about me:

I am most inspired by artists who use their talent, skills, and influence as a platform for change. Raising awareness through design and the arts not only catches the attention of an audience, but resonates with them on a deep and meaningful level. Art is a visual way to communicate, and we can change the conversation to see the results we need for a better future. 

Sarah Smith

BA Graphic Design

A little bit about me:

One of my biggest inspirations are the Designers in my life and the work that they put out. With each of them having their own styles and accomplishments it helps me then push myself further from finding my own style to my accomplishments. My favorite and primary medium is Digital Media, but I have recently gotten into digital Photography. One of my proudest accomplishments is that I placed first in Mass. for a design competition 2 years in a row.


Elijah Thurston

BFA Graphic Design

A little bit about me:

I love exploring color and creating work that visually engages the eye and gives the viewer a sense of emotion. My inspiration comes from my subject matter, the artists around me, and working with other people. I appreciate a sense of symmetry, and I’m continually pushing myself to create balance within my work. I love to have fun with whatever I am doing, and I try to approach everything with a positive outlook!


Patrick Marcotullio

AA Photography


A little bit about me:

I am inspired by the design work around me in day to day life, and work I see on Instagram. My favorite medium is both digital and film photography. I love the instant results with digital photography, but I also like the process of developing film and prints. One of my greatest accomplishments was when I had some of my work shown in a local gallery in my hometown.


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