A haiku of what I do
Creating is fun
Hello, I’m David Laferriere, a designer, and illustrator with geek-like tendencies. I believe in designing for the reader and every print job should be built so it can be repurposed for different mediums. I also drew on my kids’ sandwich bags, experiment with ChromaDepth 3D Art, and anamorphic art, make cut-n-fold paper things, and mess around with WordPress.
- Graphic designer in the Marketing and Communications office at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts.
- Design and produce the Wheaton alumni magazine.
- Visually support content with well-thought-out page designs, maps, information graphics, and illustrations. The end user, the reader, is who I design for.
- Member of the University and College Designers Association, 2014 to present.
- Software: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, After Effects, WordPress, Google Drive, Word, and Excel.
- Former newspaper page one and features designer including maps, infographics, and illustrations.
- Rhode Island School of Design, BFA Illustration.
- Board member for over 20 years and president of the Attleboro Arts Museum from 1989-1993 and from 2016-2020.
- Board member of the Attleboro Farmers Market from 2010-2021.
- Empty Bowls Attleboro Area, a founding member, designed the logo, identity, and website.
- October 2022, my art is featured on a utility box in downtown Attleboro as part of phase 1 of Think Outside the Box.
- February-April 2018, Sandwich Bag Art, Evelyn Silva Gallery, Hill-Roberts Elementary School, Attleboro, MA
- November 2015, ChromaDepth 3D piece, Then and Now exhibition at the Attleboro Arts Museum
- March 30-April 5, 2013, Sandwich Bag Exhibit in Madrid, Spain
- March 2012, I exhibited my ChromaDepth 3D works in the Community Gallery at the Attleboro Arts Museum.
- 2010, exhibited in the juried show, Seeing Double, at the Attleboro Arts Museum.