Erionna Tucker
Look At Us

I wanted to break down the stigma and bring humility to these mental illnesses. Also, to give a voice to people who are suffering from illness. To tell their story in visuals and interact-able elements.

There were 3 physical aims that would have been showcased. Such as creating 3 collages, photography, and a lot of graphic elements to create what they visualize of three different illness. Then creating a hearing part of sounds so you can what they hear alongside the hallucination/illusions or just when there on about life and they are having an episode. Lastly, there will be a mirror and in a mirror will be a reflection of you but written on the mirror would be a bunch of phrases and sayings of how they feel throughout this whole thing dealing with that and a book where people can included their experiences as well and give advice to bring it together of humanizing the entire experience. But all of this would have to be moved to an online book setting so there would be some changes however, I would make the book very interactive. For example, the pop-up book where you must pull and push thing to reveal other content. That is how things would go. All would still hold the message and the original concept but with a twist to it.

Erionna Tucker 
As a passionate and motivated professional, I am constantly striving to improve my techniques, expand my skill set and find new opportunities to grow. Each of my projects - both solo and collaborative - have provided this growth and allowed me to prove myself within this competitive industry. Please enjoy my portfolio, and feel free to contact any questions.

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Graphic Design Capstone Showcase 2020 and 2021
Advisors: Shiro Akiyoshi, Nathan  Matteson, and Heather Snyder Quinn