Students earning their Graphic Design degree from FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising have the choice of specializing in either Branding or Entertainment graphics. Both programs prepare students for careers in Graphic Design within the apparel and entertainment industries and emphasize fundamentals such as sequential design and conceptual thinking. The Graphic Design/Entertainment portfolios reflect FIDM Students’ strong photo rendering skills and offer a fresh perspective on movie marketing through their key art, movie posters, outdoor advertising and web design concepts for feature films, television shows, music concerts and more.
This quarter, the portfolio of FIDM Graphic Design/Entertainment graduate Elizabeth Munoz caught our attention with her original illustration for Donnie Darko, her hand-rendered texturized title design for Godzilla and her wide range movie marketing concepts from Coyote Ugly to Iron Man to indie flick Being Flynn.
Browse Munoz’s full portfolio below, and make sure to check back during the next couple of weeks to browse more new graphic design portfolios by recent FIDM Grads. For more inspiration, browse our Portfolio gallery.
FIDM Graphic Design/Entertainment Portfolio
By Elizabeth Munoz
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