Facebook: Gotta Catch ‘Em All! Poster
Poster about a new generation of trading card games–with friends instead of cards. Body copy is Is Facebook Making Us Lonely? by Stephen Marche from The Atlantic.
A branding identity including a logo, letterhead, information sheet (with research essay,) invoice, business card, envelope, and 12 by 9 inch folder made for a famous typographer. Carol Twombly was one of the few leading female typographers in history, establishing herself with her time at Adobe and created a variety of fonts including: Myriad, Trajan, Rosewood, and Adobe Caslon.
Simple, image-based, one-page website about the Bauhaus in Weimar movement. Website is solely composed on simple divs and explores a handful of famous historical figures and work during the Bauhaus movement. All text is derived from personal research.
A website separated into five sections designed with a peer to go with Toyo Ito signage. The body copy is copied directly from Toyo Ito’s website, while photos are from multiple sources, including personal scans.
A diptych of typographic posters done for Typography I. In Fall 2013, I was assigned to write a short paper on the historical significance of Sabon, and its typographer, Jan Tschichold. All the essay text was body copy for the two posters.
A project from my screenprinting class, an image was separated into various levels of lightness, then layered with screenprinting.
A semiotics matrix done with a deck of playing cards as the subject. All images are self-taken with the exception of a lottery machine and lottery balls (I could find any in Hawaii.)