Design by Iván Delvasto, ’17 MVCD Master of Visual Communication Design

ASU communicators work with alums to create Hispanic Heritage Month graphics

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, three alumni designers collaborated with ASU communicators, the ASU Alumni Association and the Los Diablos alumni chapter to make new graphics to celebrate in Sun Devil style.

The new graphics appeared as part of the Oct. 8 Stanford game to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. During this same game, Los Diablos scholars were recognized in on-field celebrations.

Meet the designers:

Justin Gilbert, ’19 MVCD Master of Visual Communication Design

Gilbert was born and raised on the Southern Ute reservation, which founded his passion for revitalizing the Ute language and advancing Native American culture. Afterwards, Gilbert created Kuvua Design, a design company that creates brand identity systems for Native American-owned businesses with emphasis on strengthening the owners’ cultures. While working on his master’s degree at ASU, Gilbert created a game called UMU, which teaches players the Ute language of the Southern Ute people in Colorado.

Michael Torres, ’21 MVCD Master of Visual Communication Design

Iván Delvasto, ’17 MVCD Master of Visual Communication Design

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