Stuff I Should Have

NEVER Presented


School is a time to learn and explore, but also fall flat on your face and learn from your mistakes. Luckily, I have no shame and here is a collection of pieces I should have NEVER presented to anyone. 

 

Exhibit One: Bisquick

Ask: Go to the grocery and grab an item and make a retail space for it. Sounds easy enough? Right? WRONG.

My team and I went to the nearest grocery store and purchased a box of Bisquick. Being excited and naive, we eagerly met and conceptualized a store for people who were on the go, but still wanted to make home-cooked meals for their families. Here comes a Bisquick retail space that sells people dinners that only need to be taken home and baked. Our store was named Bisquik-ER.

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we literally put an "Er" on the end of Bisquick! Why!


Exhibit Two: Long John Silver's

In creative thinking we had the chance to re-do a project we deemed our "weakest." I decided to create a print ad for one of America's classiest, timeless, and most delicious seafood fast food chains.

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"You put a piece of fish on a tiara…

Never do that again."

-Mark Fenske

*Side note: the background is a close up of a chicken tender. This Added a texture to the piece. I guess people don't appreciate LJS as much as I do.


Exhibit Three: Chipotle Queso

Objective: Relaunch Chipotle's Queso. Say no more Fam.

Slow-Motion Queso

wasn't the best idea.

I shot the video/rapped over it/mixed+mastered the song/and ultimately presented this to a group of academics.


Exhibit Four: RUBE GOLDBERG

Objective: Make a Rube Goldberg Machine for Macy’s

PS: I made the Christmas trap instrumental in the background. Sometimes you need a ‘lit” Christmas.