From April 10th through May 21st, the Leatherby Libraries exhibited the graphic design work of Francisco Lugo ’17, in an series titled: A Two Cents’ Worth P.A.L. Located on the 1st floor in the Hallway of Art, the featured student exhibit proved some well needed cheer to students finishing projects, exams and final assignments of the semester.
Francisco Lugo is a native of Orange County, California and the oldest of four siblings. At an early age his father introduced him to the power of visual imagery. Francisco is a Hispanic Senior Graphic Design Major at Chapman University. He is passionate about using his artistic skills to bring creative, original, and positive ideas to life, and to foster storytelling through design. To this end, he would like to infuse more Graphic Design into new and sometimes overlooked ares, such as children’s books.
Thank you, Francisco, for sharing your work with us!
Are you a student at Chapman University? Are you interested in exhibiting your art work at the Leatherby Libraries? Let us know! Contact Esther Shin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 714-532-6027 for more information.