The work of Chris Scott, a 2007 graduate of Trinity’s art and design program, was recently featured in Etape, a Paris design and visual culture magazine. The magazine highlighted Scott’s design work for Chicago’s Isinglass Theater.
To see the featured designs, visit the magazine’s website: http://www.etapes.com/une-identite-visuelle-issue-de-masques-tribaux
Since his graduation from Trinity, Scott has worked with Gertrude, Inc., Draft FCB, and Leo Burnett. He recently started a Chicago-based company called colorandstory, which, according to the website, “creates relevant design across branding, print, film, packaging, environments, advertising, digital communication and new media.”
Professor of Art and Design John Bakker said that less than a year after Scott graduated, his website design work was referred to in an article in the Chicago Sun-Times. To view Scott’s work, visit http://colorandstory.com/work.html.