I'm currently helping with an art & writing collaboration website called Scribblehack, and was asked to do the 404 error page graphics. The theme of the website is exploration and adventure, so I decided to make the numbers 404 large, to act as windows into other worlds. I hoped this would make it seem as if Scribblehack was a vast universe, and that this page gave glimpses of places that were still unexplored. 
I also wanted to integrate the main graphic with the banner, and the banner with the top navigation bar, so pipes connect the numbers to the banner, and the sand at the top of the banner breaks up the straight line of the navbar a bit.
sketches/planning for the 404 page
final 404 main graphic
close-up of the 404 numbers
The pipes remind me a bit of laboratories, which I hoped would play to visitors' senses of curiosity (curiosity and exploration go hand in hand, right?). The lab reference helped me to have a bit of fun with the error message, too.
close-up of final banner
close-ups of banner fish
what the final page looks like, with everything put together

More projects:

2015
Fuck Content
A book merging Michael Rock's original and revised Fuck Content essays, with translucent pages that highlight their own framing.
2017
Star/light poster
A 35"x 50" poster on light pollution, composed with photographs I took of city lights in Providence.
2017
Ulna
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.
2016
Touch Me
Touch Me is an app that encourages museum visitors to touch the art. A collaboration with Laura Lin.
2019
Blue Arch
Blue Arch is a membership program that provides high-end living, working, and gathering spaces to improve the living quality of members. Members receive keys to a range of spaces and services, based on a variety of packages.
2018
Moon Milk
Speculative design and copy for a lunar cold cream with odd effects. Inspired by Italo Calvino's short story, "The Distance of the Moon."
2015
Ge|atin poster
A poster presenting two ways to view the food ingredient, gelatin.
2019
Eariously App
Logo, branding, and mobile UI design for Eariously, an app that lets you listen to the things you want to read. App by Nick Rimsa and Brendan Barr, UX design by Kia Jones.
2016
Interactive Grass
An interactive program that grows grass and sprouts flowers on screen wherever yellow is spotted on the webcam. Coded with Processing.
2018
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly
Redesigned the identity for The Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly magazine, and designed several issues from 2017-2018.