Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly
Graphic Design, Print Design, Editorial Design
Redesigned the identity for The Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, and art directed and designed several issues from 2017-2018.
An interactive program that grows grass and sprouts flowers on screen wherever yellow is spotted on the webcam. Coded with Processing.
A poster on deforestation—its causes and the future.
Branding for a membership program that provides high-end living, working, and gathering spaces for members. Members receive keys to a range of spaces and services, based on a variety of packages.
A 35" x 50" poster on light pollution using photographs I took of city lights in Providence, RI.
Appetizers & Apéritifs
An invitation to a kick-off party for the 2015 Gutenberg Dinner hosted by The Printing Museum in Houston.
An opening show and exhibition showcasing four display typefaces by 8eyes type foundry. A collaboration with May Kodama, Kaitlyn Nee, and Taryn Oshiro-Wachi. Advised by Font Bureau's Richard Lipton.
Speculative design and copy for a lunar cold cream with odd effects. Inspired by Italo Calvino's short story, "The Distance of the Moon."
Inspired by Rebecca Solnit's A Faraway Nearby, Ulna is a typeface optimized for body text that references the rough edges of boulders, bones, and ice.
Alpha is a wide, serif display face with alternate widths and a flair for drama. Created with guidance from Font Bureau's Richard Lipton.
Phone Book Iterations
Iterations of a phone book cover, based off a joke—"they're still printing the phone book?"