Rachel Seviell and Tyler Quintin, students at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas

Rachel Seviell and Tyler Quintin, students at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas

Rachel Seviell, a student at Washburn University

Created by Rachel Seviell, a student at Washburn University
Sponsor: Topeka Shawnee County Public Library
Subject: Thinking of possible design ideas using previously submitted Dream Rocket project artworks for a new vinyl bookmobile wrap. A collaboration between Washburn University students and surrounding elementary schools. 
Professor: Marguerite Perret
Title of artwork: Topeka’s Book Mobile
Theme: My Favorite Story
Materials/techniques used: Permanent Marker on Watercolor Paper
What is your artwork about: My artwork is my take on a compilation of young student’s drawings and paintings. The painting that stood out to me most was one done of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.” This is one of my favorite artists, so I decided to use his style and art throughout my design while also including the theme of reading and Topeka. 

Tyler Quintin, a student at Washburn University
Created by Tyler Quintin, a student at Washburn University
Sponsor: Topeka Shawnee County Public Library
Subject: Thinking of possible design ideas using previously submitted Dream Rocket project artworks for a new vinyl bookmobile wrap. A collaboration between Washburn University students and surrounding elementary schools. 
Professor: Marguerite Perret
Title of artwork: Reading’s Out of This World
Theme: My Favorite Story
Materials/techniques used: Ink, Marker, Graphite, and Colored Pencil
What is your artwork about: A major theme of the children’s artwork was planets and space. I wanted to combine different aspects of their work to make one design that was fun and full of energy. My piece illustrates how reading can open the door to new worlds.