International Year of South Korea Logo
The image, meant to convey a narrative of community, consists of a flock of birds flying in unison towards the sun, which is represented by the image found on South Korea's flag. The birds themselves are inspired by Korean Magpies, the national bird of South Korea. Their forms are influenced by shapes found in the Seal of Seoul, the image representing South Korea's capital city
Sierra Billingsley, a Bowling Green native, is working towards completing her BFA in Graphic Design at WKU. She's interested in the accessibility of graphic design and its ability to reach many people at once. She strives to create content that allows the fundamental narrative of the source--whether it be an object, person, or group--to shine through and be easily empathized with. Her goal is to create engaging work that people can connect to on a personal level.