This project was all about pet adoption. I chose this topic because, as a life long pet owner and animal lover, This topic is something I am passionate about. As I was researching I was excited to find out that this was one fight that we were winning. Adoption rates are at record highs and Euthanasia rates are at record lows. This “True” design was made to show that companions come in all different sizes.
Josh Mahoski is a graphic designer currently attending Pratt MWP. Prior to attending Pratt, Josh lived in Bridgewater New Jersey where he attended Somerset County Vocational Technical School(SCVTHS) part time, for graphic design and silk screen printing. While there he discovered his love for design and decided to make a career out of it. Josh is mainly inspired by music,specifically classic rock and blues. outside of graphic design, Josh also plays guitar and does martial arts.
In a world full of ongoing issues and conflicts, it’s nice to know there are some battles we are winning. Adoption rates in the U.S. have been at a record high, and Euthanasia at a record low. Even though things are looking up, hundreds of dogs and cats are still being put down due to overcrowded shelters. The point of my infographic is to draw on this momentum and help to further increase adoption from shelters. All animals deserve a safe and loving home.
This Variable series print, is 12 separate prints with a different piece of the word, “Imprint” on it. This resembles a branding design done by Michael Beirut. The prints themselves were inspired by Andy Warhol’s Pop art works
This week I collaborated with my friend Matt Kim. We put his ink drawing skills and my digital skills together to create this.
This weeks design is going to be an experimental silkscreen print on jeans.
This weeks pick design was inspired by Michael Bierut
this pick design is a radial pattern experimenting with a new technique I learned
Happy Halloween! Halloween themed pick design
This weeks pick design was for Utica Proud. Thought it was a good way to connect the two projects
This week I took a look at designer David Carson. Inspired by his typography I decided to create this pick out of music quotes.
This design was inspired by Milton Glaser’s illustrations.
pick design week 2
Inspired by Malaysian designer Tang Yau Hoong, these picks reflect his use of negative space