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North Ogden, UT 84403 slothticastudio.com Costumes sculpture product design 801.682.4032 sculpture Costumes product design Upper Crust Client: Upper Crust Cookies Problem: Branding a boutique style of cookie that would transcend the idea that cookies are just a snack for kids. Solution: Focused colors of the mark around another fine food, wine, to create a visual relationship between the two. Warm reds and deep browns to simulate a rich gastronom- ical delight. Upper Crust Upper Crust 4400 N. Burningham Rd. Park City, Utah 84060 f 555.546.6833 p 555.546.6831 firstname.lastname@example.org Upper Crust 4400 N. Burningham Rd. Park City, Utah 84060 m o .c es ki s o u co h pp it u w e in d Upper Crust p 555.546.6831 f 555.546.6833 email@example.com 4400 N. Burningham Rd. Park City, Utah 84060 Cookies dine with us uppcookies.com d i n e w i t h u s u p p c o o k i e s . c o m Client: Hell’s How-To Problem: Web site and branding for a Halloween projects site to appear more profes- sional than other sites like it, while appealing to the hard-core Halloween audience. Solution: Making the site as disgusting as possible without impeding the dissemination of information. The theme is centered around what appears to be the meat of a corpse. Made the site a “one stop” for those looking for Halloween projects by adding a gallery for inspiration. TRACKING SASQUATCH Client: Sasquatch Society of Toronto Problem: Creating a web site that could be enjoyed by a greater audience than cryptozo- ologists and bigfoot enthusiasts. A simple, short site that could act as a starting point for deeper research into the topic. Solution: Setting a them of some sort of observation camera out in the forest making the first discovery of bigfoot. Clicking on links gets you, the user, ever closer to making the discovery. Emphasis on making the site interactive and more like a game while still relay- ing information. A U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y ARTOMATION FACTORY Client: Utah State University Artomation Factory Problem: Creating a logo and product catalogue to be handed out at an art exhibition. The theme of the exhibition was to be centered around the robots in the show, each hav- ing individual background stories. The buyer was meant to buy the “story” of each piece. Solution: The catalogue should have a story just as its contents. Set the theme in a post apocalyptic world where the imagery could be both retro and eroded. U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y ARTOMATION FACTORY Utah State University 2 3 LONG NIGHTS ALONE in your shanty house out in the nuclear wasteland got you down? Have the limitless hours of cultivating harsh and lifeless earth only to retreat into unbearable solitude caused you to lose all hope in scraping by for a seemingly pointless survival? Let Sanford & Son Robotics supply you with the perfect companion and kindle that fire of friendship. Only Sanford & Son Robotics can deliver that special someone straight to your door or hole in the wall/ground. The Sanford & Son catalog is at your disposal and brings you only the finest examples of robot companionship for you to choose from. Sanford & Son Robotics Spring Catalog 75 A.B 4 The company History 5 IN TODAY’S POSTWAR society, Sanford & Son under- THE HISTORY OF Sanford & Son is of salvage. It seemed when all was for noth- stands companionship is hard to come by. What happened adorned with only the red, white, and blue. ing that Fred could turn to the scrubbing droid to Rover? What happened to those smiling neighbors? The company has remained in the Sanford and its unfaltering loyalty. Having Disho as The Bomb. For the past 75 years, Americans like you and family since The Bomb. The matchmaking a loyal friend deeply touched Fred, and once Sanford & Son have been living off the rubble of service’s conception began in the mind of the Red Menace seemed to have vacated the A our grandfathers’ legacies, long since crushed by The Grandfather Fred Sanford, buried in a hole wastes he emerged with the insatiable will Bomb. As we are well aware of, society has changed during the Red Invasion. Fred Sanford lay to share his discovery with others who had drastically since the Good Old Days; in fact, society may in wait as the Red forces swept overhead lost their loved ones to the evil of the Soviet The Utah State University Artomation Factory is a leader not still exist. Persons now have hundreds of miles of executing anyone not already vaporized Union. Fred Sanford returned to his son, in creativity, technological advancement, and patriotic survival in a world gone mad. nothing dividing them. Sanford & Son understands by the blast. Surviving only by devouring and current owner of Sanford & Son your plight. We know first hand that the roads are peril- his fallen fellow patriots, Frank Sanford Robotics, who had survived off of cat food ous, that pirates and mutated animals and zombies and befriended the one object still untouched by and stuffed pastries, and toured the nuclear disease stand in your way. And why migrate to one the blast in hiding with him, a dishwasher he desert along with Disho’s belly full of scrap in of the few settlements when the Reds could live lovingly dubbed Disho. But as time wore on search of other human survivors, thus opening U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y ARTOMATION FACTORY only a household away? In a world when beneath the war torn surface, Fred began to Sanford & Son Robot Caravan. it’s perfectly sensible to trust no one, realize that the dishwasher was still only a Sanford & Son remains a trustworthy patriot. Sanford & dishwasher, and washing various objects with Disho began to feel boring and unnecessary. Today 75 YEARS LATER, our dedication to connecting Son Robotics sells com- panions, never comrades. Having been an experienced mechanic before the Red War, Fred used pieces of machinery humanity with friendship remains the same. The Sanford Promise caravan travels across the nation to supply people with their loved ones. Sanford & The business has stayed in the family for and military equipment buried in the hole, AT Sanford & Son Robotics, our Son would like to say, though all our suppli- three generations; the name was changed along with some good old Sanford family robot companions are gathered or assembled ers are the cream of the crop, Utah State due to the success of the company, stretching ingenuity, to construct a fully functioning by only the finest topnotch craftsmen. Each University Artomation Factory is into multiple caravans and courier services, automated personage, or robot. Disho and his robot companion is painstakingly constructed the pinnacle of robotic companion construc- to Sanford & Son Robotics and so creator became swell pals and had as much with found materials from yesteryear, to tion. You will find that no other robots have it remains today. Lamont and his son Denny fun and happiness as one could buried under become the friend of today! We take tin cans quite the love and personality of those coming now travel around the scarred American the ground, cleaning and collecting rocks and and transform them into treasured chums! from Artomation and brought to you by San- continent bringing you, the consumer, the U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y scrap and eventually massing a vast collection Artomation, a group of talented young ford & Son Robotics. So peruse our highest quality robot companions. craftsmen employed by Sanford & Son to bring you quality companions, has its home in the rubble of Utah State University ARTOMATION FACTORY pages and find that special someone for you. S&S A (Right) Fred Sanford taught his son, Lamont Sanford, everything there is to know about connecting a person Utah State University in Logan, Utah. The University had been built as a fallout shelter; and as the radiation from The Bomb cleared, our talented craftsmen- RTOMATION FACTORY with that special robotic someone. Fred passed the family business on to Lamont, who personally spreads and-woman, as well as their forbearers, toiled friends throughout the nation. In this picture, Fred away in the dark underground on various shows a robot to his son, Lamont, in an illustration of how family is so important to the Sanford business. projects– not the least of which was robotics. Fred was attacked along his trade root, and his wounds These exceptional workers honed their skills can be seen here. Fred continued along the robot route over the generations since The Bomb, creating with only one leg until is death in 45 A.B, 45 years after The Bomb. a community of artists and artisans that (Left) Disho, Fred Sanford’s first robot, lives on as the breath life into the harsh, cratered landscape. company’s beloved mascot. Utah State University is our major stop as our Utah State University Artomation Factory Sanford & Son Robotics Spring Catalog 75 A.B 20 21 THE BROBOT MOBILE Beverage Unit was HALEX-9, or Heuristic Automated Liaison for Extraterres- created by Shafe Co. Robotics to trial eXploration, was sent to earth from another galaxy deliver beverages with a friendly to study humans. His original body incinerated when he demeanor and atmosphere. The landed here, leaving him without protection. The nearest Brobot 101, 102, and 103 are the object to him when he landed was a gumball machine last of their kind due to the great which he used as a shell. He now attempts to make demand for beer during nuclear contact with his world and is very peaceful. war. Over time, the Brobot will Name HALEX-9 metabolize its own beer, so Creator Jen Ewell units 101, 102, and 103 are Height 24” hammered 24-7. Price $3200 Robot Brobots 101, 102, 103 Creator Jon Trimble Height 10” Price $30 each Utah State University Artomation Factory Tired of having to get off the couch to fetch another beer? Never fear, your bro is here! With the Brobot Mobile Beverage Unit a night on the couch is a ball game with your bros! Need another brewski? Holla at your bro and get your stein in no time! So sit back and throw em back bro! A U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y ARTOMATION FACTORY U TA H S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y ARTOMATION FACTORY Client: Norton Publishing (a.k.a. class assignment) Problem: Redesigning a book cover accurately reflecting the content of the book. Solution: Imagery with a whimsical and horrifying feel. High contrasting colors for optimum eye catching while on the bookstore shelf. Client: National Association For the Proper Treatment of Bees Problem: A poster to raise awareness of Colony Collapse Disorder in Bees. Solution: Imagery focused on suffering and pain of a starving honey bear. The idea that consequences will raise concern. Ha Ta ke pp a y No ch Client: University Party Committee an -Y ce Problem: Make a poster alluding to the end of the world. Conveying the idea of doing , y ea ou something wild and crazy before you can't. Guerilla advertising for 2012 New years party. ar r 12 e go Solution: Bold colors for catching the eye from afar and use of an image one may find on in d i /2 g to a n 1/ his or her bucket list. y 12 e wa y ON WHAT THE MOVIE A R REFER TO AS A OARING AMPAGE EVENGE ROARED AND RAMPAGED IVE BUT I HAVE ONLY MORE THE LAST THE I’M DRIVING TO RIGHT NOW THE ONLY LEFT I AND WHEN I ARRIVE AT MY DESTINATION AM GONNA Client: Kill Bill film Problem: A poster that displaying feeling and imagery of one of the many powerful monologues from the film. Solution: Establishing a connection to the film by using its color scheme and focusing on the violence of the film. Client: USU Folklore Department Problem: A poster to draw undergraduate recruits to a little known program. Solution: Made a giant poster with very bold colors and angles. Inspired by courses actually taught at the university. An especially fun class was about “big fish stories.” Client: Skullcandy headphones Problem: Expanding demographic through a new product while keeping within the Skull- candy brand’s visual rules. Solution: Creating a stylish headset with a focus on comfort to expand to any Joe-Six- Pack looking to be warm and comfortable while listening to music. Extensive trend watching and research to find what colors, patterns, etc would be popular upon the time of the product’s release.