Elle Anderson

 
Elle Anderson typography poster Futura Tubthumping This is a poster that focuses on one specific typeface and song and communicates the connection between the two
Elle Anderson poster Joys of Being High promotional lecture series Disney weed addiction candy  This is a promotional poster for a make-believe lecture series. Inspired by an article about a man who goes to Disneyworld with his family and friends and his best friend’s addiction to weed, this poster relies heavily on collaging to indicate how candy is like weed for kids, as well as the childlike innocence it symbolizes.
Elle Anderson billboard promotional Free Willy orcas SeaWorld paradise Save Whales  This is a billboard promoting the issue surrounding orcas being held captive at SeaWorld.
Elle Anderson poem series poetry Denim Day 2019 typography imagery Snatched Back  These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.
Elle Anderson poem series poetry Denim Day 2019 typography imagery Consent Is  These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.
Elle Anderson poem series poetry Denim Day 2019 typography imagery My Survivor Poem  These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.
Elle Anderson poster series inappropriate content YouTube Kids pop culture memes internet  These are a series of posters made to showcase the issue surrounding inappropriate content on the YouTube Kids app. I have used pop culture references from various videos and shows, as well as communication through memes to symbolize their relations to the internet and convey that what your child could be watching on YouTube might seem innocent at first, but then turn out to be something else entirely.
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Elle Anderson

Hello, my name is Elle Anderson and I am a graphic designer graduating from Otis College of Art and Design in May 2020 with a BFA in Communication Arts. From a young age, I’ve been an amazing artist and drawing was, and is still, one of my favorite hobbies. As I got older, I developed an interest in more digitally-geared art, such as how logos and credits were made in film and television. That’s when I decided I wanted to start studying graphic design during my sophomore year at Otis. Social media and video editing are also areas of expertise, and I have had experience doing social media professionally, including having taken video editing classes. Additionally, I am experienced in the Adobe pipeline (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator). I have an interest in marketing/advertising, writing my own novels, and illustrating children’s books. I am a designer, a storyteller, and a collaborator. Being constantly inspired by the world around me, it is my desire to promote topics such as healthy eating, internet safety, feminism, and autism awareness through my advertisements. I also plan to write and illustrate my own children’s books one day.

This is a poster that focuses on one specific typeface and song and communicates the connection between the two.

This is a promotional poster for a make-believe lecture series. Inspired by an article about a man who goes to Disneyworld with his family and friends and his best friend’s addiction to weed, this poster relies heavily on collaging to indicate how candy is like weed for kids, as well as the childlike innocence it symbolizes.

I’ve composed a billboard promoting the issue surrounding orcas being held captive at SeaWorld. The poster communicates a whale’s version of paradise and freedom through imagery.

These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.

These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.

These are a series of poems I made in honor of Denim Day in 2019. The top mediums explored are typographic manipulation and imagery; the typographic manipulation being used for emphasis on important phrases and stanzas, and the imagery being used to symbolize innocence.

These are a series of posters made to showcase the issue surrounding inappropriate content on the YouTube Kids app. I have used pop culture references from various videos and shows, as well as communication through memes to symbolize their relations to the internet and convey that what your child could be watching on YouTube might seem innocent at first, but then turn out to be something else entirely.