Kaylee Prunty
Kaylee is a Utah-based graphic artist who creates beautiful and functional solutions for brands. Her work reflects her personality as an inventive, detail-driven, and energetic creator.


Role in the Pisco redesign
In addition to creating the logo used throughout the project, Kaylee worked on the print menus used at the restaurant. 

Dustin Pullman
Currently a senior Graphic Design student at SUU, Dustin anticipates his graduation in the Spring of 2019. He has been strengthening his skills and creative abilities for many years and is currently working as the Senior Graphic Designer for the College of Performing and Visual Arts (CPVA) on SUU's campus.


Role in the Pisco redesign
Dustin was responsible for exterior design, which included window spaces, signs attached to the building, and signs and boards used to direct customers to the restaurant.

Monica Lee
A happy cloud. We’ll throw some old gray clouds in here just sneaking around and having fun. In life you need colors. I thought today we would do a happy little picture.


Role in the Pisco redesign
Give him a friend, we forget the trees get lonely too. Let’s go up in here, and start having some fun. Even the worst thing we can do here is good. Don’t hurry. Take your time and enjoy.

DESIGNERS

Pisco Peruvian Cuisine was redesigned by four graphic design students at Southern Utah University as part of their branding class. Below are descriptions of their contributions to the project.

Billy Clouse
With years of work in journalism, Billy thinks of design as creative problem-solving. As a junior, he rebranded the NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, and is the sole designer for the 2020 WRHC Conference. 


Role in the Pisco redesign
Billy was responsible for designing Pisco's website, creating social media graphics, and rewriting the restaurant's digital presence.

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