A poster advertising the show 'Talk to Me' at the MoMA. The show is on interactive design and systems and how people use technological objects in their lives. I wanted to convey the sheer depth of this massive show, as well as capture its fun nature and heavy digital theme.
Book Covers for a series on cultural history. Meant to work together as a whole while still speaking about each book individually.
Culture encompasses a wide variety of things: history, art, music, religion, politics, literature, film, and countless other elements. But what is really at the heart of every culture is the people that make it up.
The darker side of branding: when a business is so successful at projecting a friendly, human image that people forget all the terrible things it is doing.
A series of posters calling attention to the real harm happening behind those colorful logos, and the disconnect between image and actions.
The World Science Festival is an annual celebration and exploration of science. It seeks to inspire and engage the public on this fascinating field.
A personal project reimagining what the (currently very dry) identity could be. The identity is flexible to reflect the diversity and possibility within science.
A series of posters based off of ridiculous Craigslist ads I came across in one of my many apartment hunt adventures in NYC.
The knife is one of mankind’s earliest and most versatile tools. Stay Sharp provides all you need to know to keep your knife in excellent condition. Includes information on care, history and proper usage.
Stay Sharp is based in the belief that knives are just as beautiful as they are dangerous, and should be treated as such.
William S. Burroughs has said that Naked Lunch is meant to be read in any order. At times both grotesque and beautiful, this non-linear narrative makes leaps in time, place and logic constantly. This book set breaks up the exhausting novel in 10 parts, so it can be read in any order, though the order is implied if one wishes to read that way.
Slice Harvester is a man on a mission, a blog, a zine, and now, an app. Colin Hagendorf spent years reviewing every single pizza place in Manhattan and writing reviews in the form of zines and his blog, which is equal parts pizza, punk rock and positivity.
Int his personal project, I imagined Slice Harvester as an App that lets you find every single SH-reviewed pizza place and embark on your own pizza-eating quest.