A new design is now on display in Public Square on the art wall behind Rebol.
The new exhibit, designed by Terran Washington, does not have a title. Washington is a Midwest based graphic artist who creates illustrations for commercial and personal use across the creative spectrum.
He has designs used in advertising, product packaging, and beyond.
The purpose of the new display in Public Square is "showing love on digital platforms." The work is characterized by mixing hold graphic shapes, pattern, texture, and detail.
This process of alchemy has led to work with clients nationally and internationally on a variety of projects since graduating from Kent State University in 2012.
See more designs by Terran Washington.
LAND Studio is responsible for curating the art wall exhibits, which are made possible by a generous grant from the Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation.