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Game of Thrones - Christmas is Coming Card

Cecile Elliott

game of thones christmas card  

Christmas is coming! Give your loved ones a warm welcome from Westeros this holiday season. Card features Jon Snow and stockings from all the members of House Stark with the phrase "Christmas is Coming". Perfect for Game of Thrones fans, this card is sized 4.25x 6 and comes with a white envelope. Card is blank inside. Purchase card on Etsy here

Isotropic Chaos

Cecile Elliott

This was a piece I designed that was purchased by the University of Wyoming for display in their Custodial Services building so the workers could have a piece of art in their building to look at daily. I went to the unveiling of the piece where the workers could ask questions about the piece and provided beverages and refreshments throughout the discussion.

Design Guide

Cecile Elliott

Design Guide

Included in this aid for designers and engineers in their use of after-fabrication hot-dip galvanizing are design considerations; the collaboration among design engineer, fabricator and galvanizer; types of materials suitable for hot-dip galvanizing; combining different materials and surfaces; welding procedures and flux removal; as well as the mechanical properties of hot-dip galvanized steel. More than 30 full-color illustrations are included. 28 pages

Hot-Dip Galvanizing for Sustainable Development Publication

Cecile Elliott

HDG for SD

This 28-page publication discusses the sustainability of hot-dip galvanized steel by examining both the environmental and economic impacts of utilizing the product. The vendor was contacted early in this project to ensure there would be no issues printing on recycled paper, as uncoated paper typically soaks up more ink and has a different look than some more finished papers. The layout was intended to be open and airy and have plenty of spaces for many of the technical graphs and illustrations.