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BFACD Student Spotlight: Gabriela Carnabuci

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CMD + — A publication that focuses on the social issues that come about with technology.

Gabriela Carnabuci is currently a second-semester senior pursuing a BFA in Communication Design from Parsons School of Design.

She is driven by the integration of type and language, and uses it as the main engine within her work. Her interests within design disciplines range from printed material, such as packaging and publication design, as well as digital media, including UI/UX design, motion graphics, and data visualization. As a designer who is obsessed with detailed work, she focuses on experimenting with cross-platform design as a means for effective communication.
For two years in a row, her design work was exhibited at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center in New York City. Recently, she was chosen as a student guest speaker for the AIGA/NY event: “Day in the Life: SF x NY” and was also recognized as a promising student in typography by the Type Director’s Club. In February of 2017, she was chosen as a ‘Student to Watch in 2017’ by Graphic Design USA.

Excerpts from the Street — A program which highlights the act of listening and storytelling by allowing users to listen to snippets of street chatter, and write short stories based on these sound clips.

Hubble Wiki Book — A book that is centered around the Hubble Space Telescope.

The Book of Job: Simplified — A book that highlights the most relevant aspects from The Book of Job.

Maximus Roman — A typeface which combines classic Roman form while integrating the playfulness of early circus typography.

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