As the pandemic spread developed across the world in the spring semester of my junior year, I created Quaranchella, a parody festival with a lineup based on the common quarantine experience. The poster imagery is centered around a face mask, and the hand-drawn elements represent the homemade, using-what-you-have nature of life during a global pandemic.
And of course, no festival is complete without merch. I designed sold the shirt below to support WHO's COVID-19 Response Fund. 
This piece won 1st Place and Judge's Choice in Advertising Design in AEJMC's Best of Design contest, as well as Honorable Mention in Poster Design in the Southeast Colloquium Creative Contest. 
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