HIGH-QUALITY ARCHIVAL DIGITAL PRINT
19 IN. X 31 IN.
Brandon T. Truscott earned a Master of Fine Arts from San Francisco Art Institute with an emphasis in Design + Technology, a Master’s of Education with an emphasis in cross-cultural teaching from National University, and a BA in studio art with an emphasis in graphic design from Humboldt State University. As an in-house graphic designer in California, he worked for an international wholesale company with large corporate accounts such as Nordstrom and Walmart and was employed by The Glenn Group advertising agency in Las Vegas, Nevada as an intern. Through these opportunities and the direction of his own design practice, Truscott Studios, he has executed a variety of projects in the areas of Brand Identity, Publication, Package and Motion design. As an exhibiting artist in multiple mediums, he has shown sculptural installation at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists Gallery, paintings in The Luggage Store Gallery on Market Street in San Francisco, and won Best of Photography at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka, CA. His hand-made limited edition book of drawings won the Artist Book Contest at the Anne Bremer Memorial Library in San Francisco, CA. His art and design has been reviewed by critics in the Times-Standard, Art Business, PRINT Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, New York Times, featured more than 18 times in the AIGA Member Gallery and recently published by [BranD] Magazine, Hong Kong. Brandon is currently Coordinator of the Graphic Design Program at Utah Valley University, an Assistant Professor of Art & Design, and the Principal & Founder of Oibbio Books.
HIGH-QUALITY ARCHIVAL DIGITAL PRINT, 19 IN. X 31 IN., 2016
Three aliens toting AK-47s in black garb ride a white whale that has been muzzled. Crude oil is gushing where three machetes have been thrust into the whale. The US national debt total is exposed and a flag stuck into the whales back displays the phrase, American Dream, in Arabic lettering. The wide sand dune scene is overshadowed by a trail of crude oil that becomes a reservoir in the distance.