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2022 AIGA Get Out The Vote Poster    Stand Up for Democracy    

Demonstrating the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2022 midterm election, as well as local elections to come, this poster was designed by Rosemary Murphy. This campaign is an online gallery of original, nonpartisan and apolitical posters generated by AIGA members for printing and public distribution by all. Click here to see the AIGA online gallery.

This Get Out The Vote poster design was selected by AIGA as one of ten nationally picked up by Typeroom to showcase on their site. Click the white + in the upper right corner to scroll through them.

2021 Collaborative Grid Project in Cyrillic  Together We Can Do More 

The nonprofit organization called(no name) Art Group hosts creative online exhibitions to raise awareness about significant world issues. In this project, 25 artists were invited to create a piece of a puzzle on the theme of Unity. Based on the notion that no matter where we are, who we are, or what language we speak, we really are all connected—and together, we can do more. I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute my sqquare, #19, based on visual geometry and mandalas. This is a link to the project.

A Very Quaker Holiday Poster Design Collaborative Project

The lights were brighter in Carnegie Hall last December when several lively groups of University of Pennsylvania Alumni performed "A Very Quaker Holiday" in Weill Recital Hall. Rosemary Murphy designed the poster in collaboration with fellow University of the Arts classmate and illustrator, Mark Schaeffer, for this unique keepsake piece promoting the event. This is a link to the poster.

Team Logo and Uniforms Philadelphia Flying Phoenix Womens' Dragon Boat Team

Philadelphia Flying Phoenix is one of the city's premier world class dragon boat clubs. With more than 150 members ranging in age from early 20s to over 75, the club practices on the Schuylkill River and works out together year-round. The team competes locally, nationally and internationally. This is a link to the uniform program.

Adobe Education Exchange

Adobe Education Exchange connects the design education community through professional development, teaching resources, and peer-to-peer collaboration.

Adobe Infographics in the Classroom • June-July 2018

Working with Adobe Illustrator to create the infographics and Adobe Spark to document and reflect on the process, this is a basic skills course about information hierarchy as a visual illustration of data. This is a link to my Adobe Spark Journal. Additionally, the course covered using grids, negative space, visual balance and color in this context. The assignment was to create an infographic based on informaton about Social Media usage. This is a link to my version of Assignment 1. The second infographic assignment was about children's environmental health and included a photographic background. I chose to include a graphic device framing each statistic rather than a representational vector icon. This is my version of Assignment 2.