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DYLAN LYNX DESIGN
Fashion & jewelry Design / Digital Content Creator
Original Designs & Studies
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For my thesis project, I focused on ski apparel. In my research, I found that there is a lack of versatility when it comes to men's ski pants. The NOMAD SKI Adaptable Bib System fits the needs of any skier. The removable bib allows the user to wear it as an under layer, an external layer, or not at all! From harsh backcountry conditions to leisurely spring days at the resort, you only need NOMAD SKI!
Since the pandemic started, getting changed in the lodge has become more of a stressful experience. Reducing the number of items you need to bring with you to the mountain would be a massive help, and NOMAD/SKI can help with that problem!
Final project for soft goods studio, Fall 2020
Headwear concept - High fashion anonymity This hat is for someone who wants more anonymity in our new masked society while making a statement. This person wants to be noticed while not being identified. Combining a classic design like the pillbox hat, first popular in the 30s, became prevalent in the 50s and 60s, with a formal face covering. The two different veils, one a fine metallic mesh resembling an artificial chainmail material, gives the piece a high fashion, almost medieval aesthetic.
Made with thrifted Levi's Jeans.
Personal Procreate Study
Surface Modeling watch rendering project - I used my favorite Nixon watch
3D-Realization project final rendering. In the shops we turned the body of the water bottle on the lathe and vacuum formed styrene to make the body. Unable to finish in the shops due to Covid-19
Entered in DWR champagne chair contest. Made only with champagne bottle parts (cork, foil, and wire)
Using laser cut acrylic pieces, we were faced with creating an additional element to existing vases that would accentuate the piece and the flowers inside. The inspiration behind my design was a flower opening, blooming and showing its innermost petals - a rose in full bloom.
Made for Visual Communications spring 2019. The outer had to include the full alphabet, swell as every weight and style out given font came in, such as italic, bold, light, etc. We were told to use a grid system to design our layout. We were only allowed one hue and as many tones as we saw fit.
Vector trace of a watercolor inspired by Frida Kahlo's Aztec garden build by Diego Rivera. This piece is inspired by the colors of Casa de Azul in Mexico City.
Final drawing for Vis 1. Full value (only using hatching/crosshatching) drawing of a room in the MFA that includes paintings, statues, and display cases with objects inside.
Scholastic art award winner - Silver Key
Scholastic art award winner - Silver Key
Color and Composition Final project. Final version cut out of Color-Aid and glued to an 8x8 composition. This piece consisting of high-key colors and geometric shapes took over nineteen hours to finish.
Porcelain items in Art of Europe wing -MFA (Unfinished Sketch)
Porcelain items in Art of Europe wing - MFA (Unfinished Sketch)
Rough sketch of a statue at the MFA. (Unfinished)
Vector drawing of my best friend awaiting breakfast. This piece took me a month to even wrap my head around due to the high detail, my lack of adobe skills, and graphic design knowledge, but since I was determined to get it done I slowly picked away and figured it out piece by piece until the composition was done.
View past the Mt. Washington rage far into the valley of New Hampshire. The reference picture for this drawing was taken on my namesake trail "lynx" hence the name.
Vector drawing of a home on the ocean in Bermuda I saw while on a boat traveling to the other side of the island. The colorful homes and white roofs of these Bermudan bungalows are what makes the island look so unique.
Design project showing accurate transparencies using organic nonrepresentational shapes.
Abstract vector drawing of the Ipswich bay.
My first poster design made for a poetry competition in my high school where the winners would go on to regional and eventually national levels. My novice graphic design skills made this a bit of a struggle but I was determined to to make it look correct as it was going to be plastered throughout the school.
Coil pot with leather strap woven within the rim.