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Promotional material for a mental health symposium. Each triptych explores a different theme; symbolism, typography, and metaphor.
Visual Statistics of the New York Public Library
Infographic brochure based on what you may find while exploring the NYPL.
Inspired by peoples stories that others deemed suitable to be forgotten. This is a documentation of those that were taken out of society either voluntarily or by force.
Cornbread Threads is an online brand that buys and sells vintage clothing. The branding for Cornbread Threads was inspired by the vibrant graphics on many of their vintage tees. Considering they are based online and their demographics consist largely of Gen Z - Millenials, I wanted to create bright engaging graphics to be used across their social media.
The idea of the unconscious mind was made popular by Sigmund Freud and was later visually explored in depth by the Surrealist art movement. Having researched the unconscious mind for my thesis and always having had a great interest in Surrealist art, I thought it would be fitting to work with the two for this project. This zine, “Tapped,” explores the unconscious mind of a creative (me) through the creation of handmade visuals using the Surrealist technique of automatism. Automatism encourages the artist to express themself freely, without conscious thought. During the creation of this zine I used paint, tape, paper, ink, and found objects. I then digitally manipulated the visuals which are accompanied by Andre Breton’s 1924 Surrealist Manifesto.
Poets House Rebrand
The Poets House is a poetry library in downtown New York. In order to express the beauty and creativity that is poetry, I created a new identity and social media campaign based on the idea of motion and new technologies, to bring their library into the modern era and engage a broader audience.
Society of the Spectacle
Visual representation of 1967 philosophical writing, "Society of the Spectacle" by Guy Debord. This essay discusses societal issues such as consumer culture, alienation, and cultural homogenization. Video footage taken by me. Audio is not mine.