For my infographic I decided to take some key statistics of immigration within the United States and organizing it into a pleasing, easy to read manner which will also incorporate the issue(s) at hand. There are many subsections that pertain to this topic within the United States to many for me to take on my own but if you would like the source for all of this information just email me. Many children such as myself, in the states are immigrant children and have been brought up differently, unlike you’re average american households.
The Statistics are pertaining to:
- Refugees and Asylum Seekers
- Immigration over time: TOP STATES
- Children with immigrant parents
Jairo is a child of two immigrant parents, both fleeing from the Nicaraguan insurrection back in the 70’s and 80’s. Growing up in south Florida with Spanish as a primary language. Specializing in many multi-media outlets and analog visuals, Jairo is pursing his dreams as a communications design major at Pratt, in New York.
It’s no secret that racism is a prevailing problem in America. It’s not something that happened overnight it’s a deep-rooted issue. It affects a lot of things, but one of the big things in today’s society would be police brutality. How would you feel knowing you’re more likely to be killed or even harmed by police simply for the color of your skin? I in no way intend to bash police because I know for a FACT that it’s not all police, heck my mom is a detective so I have a lot of internal insight of the workings of a police force. Again this is not intended to bash, I simply want to shed light on facts. People deserve to know the truth about what’s going on.
Catlyn Smith is an artist originally from Paterson, New Jersey currently enrolled at Pratt Institute. She officially started her artistic journey in 2012 at PCTI, where she worked to receive an Adobe Photoshop certification. She’s constantly working on new styles and concepts. Stay tuned
RETRO CASH is a currency created to bring back the past, with an 8-bit feel and color scheme inspired by early Nintendo games.
Extreme sports began their rise to stardom in the mid 1980’s, since they ratings have continued to climb and with it inherent risk. Extreme athletes and daredevils alike push themselves to the absolute limits in the name of insanity despite the risks. Unlike most sports a mistake in an extreme sport most often results in death. This info-graphic was created to shed light on the injuries and fatalities behind extreme sports. The accompanying “Project Truth” image was created to honor the victims of extreme sports accidents using news headlines related to their deaths.
Sage Lilly is a New York based Illustrator and designer currently studying at PrattMWP. His work is inspired by nature and world around us, relying heavily on his own experiences. He is currently available to work with clients.
The “True” I inspiration the classic Supreme Logo. The Supreme font used Futura font. White font and red back. I still tried some another color; I put them on the below. Because it is a tidal brand, the color should be bright. Red is very bright, and people can see it at a glance. The font does not need too many colors. I think one color is enough.
Yaocheng Li is an international student that is currently studying at PrattMWP. Originally from Dalian, China, Yaocheng came to Utica to study and learn more about art. He like art magic and movie.
Video games are becoming more and more popular. I really enjoy and like to play games, so I want to research more about what popular game types are. Different types of games have been popular. Before, board games were played by everyone and it was everywhere, but then video games got more popular. Throughout the time, games have changed and people interest of also change. I would like to research more about the gaming topic.
Shanze He is an international student that is currently studying at PrattMWP. Originally from Shanghai, China, Shanze came to Utica to study and learn more about art.
Baoxian Zhong is a Chinese student at Pratt Institute in Utica, New York. Zhong is interested in Communication design. Zhong played Pipa at Chinese traditional orchestra at high school.
With the development of China’s reform and opening up, more and more Chinese students choose to get a better, higher education abroad. It is known that thousands of Chinese students go to America to get a higher education and the number of them is still increasing every year. However, it is not an easy process to get a good accommodation in an unfamiliar place for an international student, especially when they have totally different languages and traditions. As Yan and Berliner (2009) mentioned in Chinese International students’ academic stressors in the United States that Chinese students are not only one of the biggest groups of foreign students on American campuses, but also one of the international groups that experience greater challenges adapting to the American educational system.