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A Facebook group, originally created for astronomy classmates trying to get their homework done, was made public and has grown to over 1000 members and gets an occasional updated design from JMF.
Loitering With Intent
One of the first assignments in Typography 101 class during college was to hand draw a design for the phrase "Loitering With Intent", pushing the artists to consider how best to visually communicate the implicated meanings of the words and phrase.
Analogous Head of a Famous Robber
During a Color Theory course project in college, this painting was a lesson in Analogous colors while recreating the "Head of a Famous Robber" by Paul Klee.
During a Halloween tour of the George Bush Library in College Station, Texas that allowed visitors to wear their costumes and participate in various activities throughout the tour, one photo opportunity lead to a moment of inspiration for the artist.
One of the first official Photoshop projects by JMF was during a Digital Imaging course where the assignment was to photoshop a bottle with elements reflective of the artist's personality based on a billboard advertisement the professor had worked on.
A high school project required carving a piece of linoleum and rolling ink across to create stamped art. While one of the stamps was entered into the Arlington Museum of Art's Student Art Exhibition, unfortunately none of the original inked stamps have survived.