As an illustrator who always had fun with his drawings, Saul Steinberg created carefully orchestrated drawings that maintained a touch of spontaneity. His work gives a fresh and funny perspective on American life and identity, and often touches upon deeper issues in contemporary culture. I wanted to create a poster that would reflect the vitality and playfulness of his drawings while immediately communicating a sense of his aesthetic as well.  
a few close-ups:

More projects:

2014
A History of Typography
a selection of spreads from a history of typography primer designed for Type II class.
2016
NYT Sunday Vows: "Please Submit"
an infographic on the New York Times Sunday Vows, created for a workshop with Nicholas Felton. A collaboration with Laura Lin.
2016
Editorial: Jon Burgerman
a web editorial project featuring an interview with Jon Burgerman. Layout optimized for mobile, with small interactive elements.
2016
Interactive Grass
an interactive webcam program that sprouts flowers when something yellow appears
2015
Fuck Content
a book merging Michael Rock's original and revised Fuck Content essays, with pages that highlight their own framing, or design.
2013
A Lasting Alaska
faux renaming and branding for an Alaska conservation group.
2016
Web Experiments
a series of web tests illustrating quotes with html/css
2017
Pasta Packaging
pastel pasta packaging that makes it easier to pour out pasta
2017
Incomplete Manifesto for Growth poster
a large 35"x 50" experimental poster pairing Bruce Mau's Incomplete Manifesto for Growth with Conway's Game of Life
2016
RISD 2016-17 Course Overview
infographic of the freshman curriculum for the RISD 2016-17 Undergraduate Viewbook