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Molly Witte

BFA - graphic design

I came to discover my interest in design after noticing a pattern in my life of myself being strongly attracted and drawn to certain colors, patterns, fonts and other design elements as well as innovative and creative concepts. Whether it applied to a layout in a magazine, a packaging system for a product, a design on a fabric, a billboard, etc., it dawned on me that good design had a sort of hypnotic effect on me. This realization drew me to choosing to pursue the field of design and has shaped my work since.

No matter what I’m designing, at the end I want my work to stand out among others whether it is packaging that jumps off the shelves, a poster that screams out of an entire wall, an identity that puts others to shame, or a website keeps the viewer from clicking away. To accomplish this power of dominance, I create every piece in an attempt to focus on some combination of qualities that I value and admire in design, including strong bold, sometimes unexpected color schemes, mesmerizing patterns and rhythms, both complex and simple, clever overall concepts usually involving a play on words, and finally a unique, and sometimes handmade quality. Although I aim for a combination of these qualities in every piece, in the most general sense, my posters highlight my love of color, my screen prints feature patterns and rhythms, and my packaging systems typically offer a witty concept.






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