Each year, the Anderson Gallery hosts the VCUArts MFA Thesis Exhibition showcasing the cumulative efforts of the MFA students across seven disciplines within one building. I was tasked with producing a printed object which functions in three modes: a mailer, a brochure, and a poster. 

To accomplish this, I conceptually linked 3D computational rendering with the act of distinguishing one's interest in an artistic discipline. I chose primitive 3D shapes in Blender -- shapes that are the foundation with which a user can create with -- and linked that symbolically to the departments of VCUArts.
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