Nate Walton

Student Work

VAGD 210

Itried several variations on the poster project, and often allowed the students to help determine the subject for their poster project. Music often worked out well, and travel posters tended to be successful as well. One semester we decided to do quotations. We also scheduled space in the HFAC to show the posters each semester.

Music Poster

  • Winter 2012

Music Poster

  • Winter 2012

Music Poster

  • Winter 2012

Music Poster

  • Winter 2010

Quote Poster

  • Winter 2013

Quote Poster

  • Winter 2013

Travel Poster

  • Fall 2008

Travel Poster

  • Fall 2008

Travel Poster

  • Fall 2008

VAGD 210

The CD package was the final project for the computer applications course. Students dealt with visual systems, layout, typography, printing, and production. I tried to give them experience in all of these areas throughout the course so they would be prepared to be successful in this project.

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

CD package

  • Winter 2010

VAGD 210

Students were asked to create a promotion for a music album of their choice. They needed to design their promotions for a specific context and show their design in context.

Grooveshark Spash Screen

  • Winter 2012

Grooveshark Spash Screen

  • Winter 2012

iTunes Feature

  • Winter 2012

iTunes Feature

  • Winter 2012

Digital Album Cover

  • Winter 2012

Digital Album Cover

  • Winter 2012

VAGD 210, VA 112

Photoshop was an important part of the beginning computer applications design course, as well as the introduction to digital art. I tried to help students not only learn the software, but create interesting art in the process.

Open Project

  • Fall 2008

Open Project

  • Fall 2008

Self Portrait Project

  • Winter 2010

Found Image Project

  • Summer 2009