We are proud to have commissioned so many talented individuals throughout the decades and eagerly await celebrating your contribution of good to the world.
Graduates of the IWU Division of Art + Design epitomize the values instilled and honed in us during our college years. They live all around the world, work in the careers of their dreams, and utilize the skillsets gifted to them by God. Collectively, they have earned the titles of ceramicist, educator, cartoonist, art director, travel photographer, and designer. Highlighted below are just a few professionals who formerly walked our halls.
Jake Sneath, 2012
Jake Sneath is a visual artist who works primarily in alternative and camera-less processes. Rather than work representationally, Sneath uses the the physical print as well as installation works to provide experiences of sublime wonder and beauty.
Lorelei Verlee, 1972
As the founder of Creative Women of the World, Lorelei enables women in poverty to start small businesses selling their own handmade crafts.
Danielle Evans, 2009
Specializing in food typography pieces for national and international commercials, billboards, and editorials, Danielle has worked for clients such as Target, Disney, Washington Post, Bath and Body Works, and McDonald’s.
Devin Goebel, 2014
Beginning with an internship at the world-renowned Hatch Show Print, Devin’s passion for printmaking earned him a full-time position after graduation.
MAGGIE HUBBARD, 2013
Maggie’s artwork has been shown in exhibitions across the U.S. and focuses on bringing significance to the mundane aspects of life.
CHRISTIAN BARRENO, 2013
Christian started his own photography and cinematography business, Imaging by Christian. Since then his list of clients includes Southwest Airlines and Epic Assemblies.