Kentaro Kawamatsu, a senior visual communications and design major designed his “apicius spice” exhibit with the tagline “Make taste more harmonious.”
Senior visual communications and design major, Sarah Miller designed a line of “persona” perfume which was displayed at the Walker Art Gallery.
Senior visual communications and design major, Manami Nakai’s egao cha exhibit featured a Japanese tea set and Japanese sweets that would be sold in Japan and America. “Egao” means smile and “cha” means tea.
This winter, eight senior visual communications and design majors showcased their work at the Walker Art Gallery in the “An explosion of good taste” exhibit from Nov. 22 to Dec. 6.
The Walker Art Gallery devotes over half of its exhibition season to the display of student work. Justin Geiselman, a senior visual communications and design major from Kearney said he realized early on that jobs in this field can be highly competitive wanted to be ready. “I chose a graphic design degree to become well rounded instead of focusing on one specific skill,” Geiselman said. “I knew it would broaden my horizons and open up many different opportunities and possibilities for jobs. Though I am selling myself as an illustrator, I want to prove I can do more than just draw, including design projects like layouts, web design and packaging."