Justin Renyer, MFA

University of Oklahoma
Assistant Professor
Graphic Design
Office:(405) 744-6016
Fax:(405) 744-5767
Email: justen.renyer@okstate.edu

 

 

Evolve (logo design) / Evolve UK
Evolve (logo design) / Evolve UK
Graphex 42 (still from motion and sound design) / Art Directors' Club of Tulsa
Graphex 42 (still from motion and sound design) / Art Directors' Club of Tulsa
Graphex 42 (still from motion and sound design) / Art Directors' Club of Tulsa
Graphex 42 (still from motion and sound design) / Art Directors' Club of Tulsa
Bespoke (print design) / Ward III NYC
Bespoke (print design) / Ward III NYC
AM Theme (still from music video) / Other Lives
AM Theme (still from music video) / Other Lives
Paper Flowers (still from motion and sound design) / MTV Asia
Paper Flowers (still from motion and sound design) / MTV Asia
Make a Difference (poster and custom typeface design) / personal project
Make a Difference (poster and custom typeface design) / personal project
Memory Reconstruction (still from motion and sound design) / personal project
Memory Reconstruction (still from motion and sound design) / personal project
Memory Reconstruction (still from motion and sound design) / personal project
Memory Reconstruction (still from motion and sound design) / personal project
Volunteer (iPhone wallpaper design) / To Resolve project
Volunteer (iPhone wallpaper design) / To Resolve project

 

 

Justen Renyer was born and raised in New York City. He graduated from the High School of Art and Design, with an emphasis in Illustration. In 1993, Renyer received his BFA in Painting from Cameron University. In 2007, Renyer received his MFA in Visual Communications from the University of Oklahoma with work in motion design, video editing, photography and print graphics.

He collaborated with art and engineering students on Pulse Pool, a project that explored how access to otherwise unavailable corporal information affects human interaction. This multimedia installation was exhibited at the Museum of Science, Boston. His thesis project, a print and video installation of motion graphics, focused on the role of rhetoric in the War on Terror. In 2010, his work on the music video 'AM Theme' was recognized by the AIGA (the largest organization for professional graphic design) as one of the year's outstanding examples of design. The work has been placed in their permanent design archives and exhibited at the National Design Center in New York City. His current work is in the areas of graphic, motion, interactive and sound design.