UW-Stout Graphic Design & Interactive Media
Senior Show Fall 2023

Not Only Agriculture,
But Also Growth

Julia Quella

Julia is a graphic designer and artist living in Menomonie, Wisconsin. She has an interest in alternative photo processes and enjoys carrying physical processes into her design work. With an interest in publication and type design, she harmonizes art and design for distinctive print-based communication solutions.

Not Only Agriculture,
But Also Growth

Heirloom

Heirloom, a book on food justice, aims to educate a wide audience by presenting diverse yet accessible content. It's designed to engage readers of any background, offering foundational concepts in food justice and articles from key voices in the movement. Through this, it seeks to educate, amplify farmers' voices, and foster a fairer, healthier food system.

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Not Only Agriculture,
But Also Growth

Heirloom

Heirloom, a book on food justice, aims to educate a wide audience by presenting diverse yet accessible content. It's designed to engage readers of any background, offering foundational concepts in food justice and articles from key voices in the movement. Through this, it seeks to educate, amplify farmers' voices, and foster a fairer, healthier food system.

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Julia Quella

Julia is a graphic designer and artist living in Menomonie, Wisconsin. She has an interest in alternative photo processes and enjoys carrying physical processes into her design work. With an interest in publication and type design, she harmonizes art and design for distinctive print-based communication solutions.

Julia Quella

Julia is a graphic designer and artist living in Menomonie, Wisconsin. She has an interest in alternative photo processes and enjoys carrying physical processes into her design work. With an interest in publication and type design, she harmonizes art and design for distinctive print-based communication solutions.

Heirloom

Heirloom, a book on food justice, aims to educate a wide audience by presenting diverse yet accessible content. It's designed to engage readers of any background, offering foundational concepts in food justice and articles from key voices in the movement. Through this, it seeks to educate, amplify farmers' voices, and foster a fairer, healthier food system.

View the full project