Our Tumblr site – Art of Full Sail – showcases recent work created by students, faculty, and staff. Updated daily, the site features some incredible looking branding campaigns, concert posters, computer animation projects, and more. The pieces below were the most popular posts on the site in June, based on notes and page views. Check them out, then be sure to follow us on Tumblr for more inspiration. (Note: Each photo below links to the original Art of Full Sail post on Tumblr.)
This Christina Aguilera graphic was put together by Melissa Marks (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate). She created a tribute to Lady Gaga using a similar technique, which we also shared on Art of Full Sail earlier this year.
“Dragon Ball” is a stunning example of a shading and lighting project by Luke Gonet (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate).
“Jackalope,” by Jordan Powers (Game Art, 2013 graduate), was inspired by the video game Hawken. “I was originally aiming to create a realistic Hawken mech for a portfolio,” says Jordan, “but once I sketched out this mech I immediately loved the attitude and cartoony character it had. I named it Jackalope, a mythical creature known for being small yet ferocious.”
Ziarekenya Smith (Digital Arts and Design, 2013 graduate) created this typography poster in tribute to Miami Heat star and 2013 NBA Finals MVP LeBron James. This isn’t the first time Ziarekenya has created a LeBron-inspired art; one of his T-shirt designs was featured on LeBron James’s website.
This beautiful scene was created by Kaleb Gibson (Computer Animation, 2012 graduate) using only computer software.
This poster for the film World War Z was designed by Mackenzie Fletcher (Digital Arts and Design, 2012 graduate). Here, Mackenzie created a skull using a blend of the weapons that different characters in the story use to fight zombies.