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Graphic Design Exhibit by APSU Student Lamar Opens Dec. 6

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Marco Lamar, a graphic design major from Clarksville, will be showing his style of work during a weeklong exhibit in the Trahern Gallery, beginning Dec. 6.

Lamar specializes in making work that he considers not the typical design path. While normal graphic design consists of primarily working with company identity, making websites and other work related tasks, Lamar thinks graphic design can go beyond this type of work.

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Marco Lamar, a graphic design major from Clarksville, will be showing his style of work during a weeklong exhibit in the Trahern Gallery, beginning Dec. 6.

Lamar specializes in making work that he considers not the typical design path. While normal graphic design consists of primarily working with company identity, making websites and other work related tasks, Lamar thinks graphic design can go beyond this type of work.

            Using video, dancing, poster design, fantasy writing and other influences, Lamar steps outside of the normal designer box to be more artist than assumed designer. He said his work is inspired by things such as Russian constructivism, European electronica, dancing, massively multiplayer games, fantasy role-playing, and other things in order to bring a unique persona that is his own. Whether he is going by the “Revolutionary” or “Captain Fantastic” or just “Marco,” one thing for sure is that he is guaranteed to always entertain with whatever he is showing.

            For more information, contact the APSU Department of Art at 221-7333.