UW–Madison student Atilano Escobar, who is studying graphic design in the School of Education’s Art Department, will have his work displayed in a juried exhibition at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering in Brooklyn, New York. The exhibition is part of the annual Construct3D conference Aug. 1-3, which showcases works of digital printing from students and teachers across the country.

Escobar’s work, titled “Menpo,” utilizes graphic design, 3D modeling, 3D printing, and augmented reality (AR) to educate viewers on the history of Samurai war masks, according to his thesis adviser Taekyeom Lee, an assistant professor in the Art Department.

The work was shown in the School of Education gallery in May, before moving to New York for the conference’s launch this week.