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Spring 2022
Grad Studio I
Secrets Are No Fun... 
Many Separate Parts
          Infinite Thoughts
          Feel What You Feel
Fragments of Life
The Ramp
          Holographic Music
Butterflies
Unlocking the Space Between
          Web of Grey’s Anatomy

Fall 2021
Senior Studio
Fluid Design 
Uncriticized
Direct Shot
Reflection
Out of Bounds
Motion Graphics
Stein’s Sprinkles 
1 Word: Explode
ASMR
Transient Light
Basketball

Spring 2021
Grad Studio I
Analog < 2020 < Digital
Liminality of the Elevator
Burn(ing)(ed)
Drop the Ball
Shawshank
Junior Type
Lollapalooza
Soft Serve
Strawberry Music Festival
i’m lovin’ it
Curtain

Fall 2020
Senior Studio 
27-1024
Design Nomads
GenZillennial
Protest: Impact & Empathy
A Typographical Metaphor
Motion Graphics
Dystopia
Home
A Piano
Tender Buttons
A Red Hat

Spring 2020
Grad Studio I
Sound of color
Re-Memory
Fenway Typography
COVID-19 Crisis
Limbo
Motion Graphics
Zoom
Breakslow
Layers: Tender Buttons
Neolithic Age
Poetry in LA

Fall 2019
Senior Studio
Brand Matrix
Brand New Worlds
Experimental Typography
The Persistence of Posters
Beasts of No Nation
Interactive Design
Time Will Heal
Sounds of Sunday
Water Waste
10-eye
See it All

Spring 2019
Senior Thesis
Evolution of Words
Dirty Water
The Body is The Bind
Nostalgia 
Primordial Soup

Fall 2018
Grad Studio I
Motion
Unmoved Mover
Rx Bag
Organic Color
Peer Biography

Spring 2018
Senior Thesis
The Waiting Room
The Proprium Method
Tragedy and Growth
Odalisque Now
Favors As Currency

Fall 2017
Grad Studio II
Humor
XB16
Index 17
Meanings
Layered Narratives


Mark



Student Name: Taryn Rostovsky
Project Title: Languages and the Evolution of Words
Project Description:
Languages and the Evolution of Words explores the idea of linguistics and focuses on the origin of the English language. Graphic design is the art of presenting ideas, opinions, and experiences with visual content. Like graphic design, words are a form of communication and a way to express a concept from one thing to another. This thesis is a study of how new words become part of our daily dialect.

My body of work emphasizes the research behind these questions:What is the derivation of the dictionary and how is it decided what words are worthy enough of an addition? What were some of the first-known words? How did people learn to speak the same words and understand each other? Whatmakes a word complete? If writing began after language did, how do people know when language was first used? 
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