“Maybe we need to look at this world less like a sqaure and more like a circle ”.


Tahiry Cumbicus is an Ecuadorian graphic designer and illustrator from the NJ/NY region whose focus on intersecting emotive qualities, conceptual thinking, and problem solving in the world of design. She has an advance art education, studying both visual art and graphic design through out high school and in university. She applies those skills in her work. Her crearive approach is based on self identity, imagination, news outlets, music, nostagia, artbooks, movies, and observing her surroundings. 

Brand Identity, Data Visualization, Web Design, Print Matter & Digital Collaterial

• Express Newark - Residency Partner
• ACM: Senior Capstone Exhibition 2020
• Scarlet Magazin - Summer 2020
• Pan(*)cha Zine : Love Zine Edition
• Matchbox Zine: December/February
· M.O.H.E.
· VDAY Collection
· Visualizing Equitable Growth
· Neo Flower Power
· Cyanotypes
· Reduction I, II, III
· The Retrospectives Series
· Experimental Zine
· NO NAME CLUB (coming soon)

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Graphic Design - Poster Design, Mockup Design

Reduction I, II, III (Senior Capstone 2020)

Communication plays a key role when creating relationships and networking in any environment. There are different ways in which people can communicate such as verbal, non-verbal, written, and visual. The overall project is called “What is...”; a multidisclinary project with digital and printed material that aim to showcase a new view on communication. 
“What is…” aims to explore the relationships of visual communication and demonstrate how far visual language can be reduced before losing its meaning. This can be done by exploring facial expressions, body language, and written text.

Reduction I,II,III is a three-part poster series. It expands on non-verbal communication through the human body and objects. The images in each poster projects visual cues and symbols in which the body is commonly used and how we interact with those cues within the environment. The front of the posters are abstracted and reduced to its possible placement. The back of the poster elaborates on the use symbols and perception in which can be used to signify how people use these visual cues in everyday life.