Visual Storytelling Project

Visual Storytelling Project

Students in the 455 Advanced Graphic Design: Storytelling class are working in groups to develop and tell visual stories using blogs and social media. We invite you to check out and participate in these projects ranging from creating an archive of personal meaningful objects, to recording work in progress, to documenting absurd confessions. Below are story project descriptions and links to follow. Enjoy and share!

Please send comments or questions to Katya Reka (reka@nmsu.edu), Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Media Arts


Sognar Studios

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By Chris Shelton and Joshua Duran

Screen Print Posters/ Custom toys by Chris and Josh. *we’re just two guys and we’re having a good time*

https://instagram.com/sognar_studios/


Preservation of Memory

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By Caitlin Furphy

Follow me through the process of my thesis show, collecting meaningful objects and documenting them. 

Post your own memory #preservationofmemory

https://instagram.com/preservation_of_memory/


the.escape.isis

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By Jorge Barrera and Miguel Valle

Sarah Cortez, Reporter from the Barcelona Online News.

https://instagram.com/the.escape.isis/


It’s a Work in Progress Blog

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By Chelsea Thomas

http://its-a-wip.tumblr.com/


Absurd Confessions

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by Valentin Guereque and Marlene Flores

Make an anonymous confession. Go to – ask.fm/absurdconfessions (it’s anonymous!) or by email: absurdconfession@gmail.com

https://instagram.com/absurdconfessions/

https://twitter.com/absurdpanda

http://ask.fm/absurdconfessions


hello_whos_this

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By Ashley Hall and Jessica Lopez

The story of an air head and a killer. #HelloWhosThis Scary but funny.

https://instagram.com/hello_whos_this/


Creative Minds NMSU

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By Marisa Leger and Katelyn Tuning

Featuring art and design work from students at NMSU. Follow us and use#creativemindsnmsu for a chance to be featured!

https://instagram.com/creativemindsnmsu/


I wanted to be a doctor.

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By Brandon Eisenschenk and Alex Cano.

The “I wanted to be a doctor” blog is a blog dedicated to dreams, both fulfilled and lost. We ask people what they wanted to be, and what they became.

http://iwantedtobeadoctor.com/

https://www.facebook.com/iwantedtobeadoctor?_rdr=p


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