Shakespeare In The Park
Poster campaign for the Public Theater's premier summer theatrical event.
Creative direction: Paula Scher
Identity system for the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. More info here
Creative direction: Paula Scher | Designers: Lisa Kitschenberg, Drew Freeman
MoMA: Weimar Cinema 1919–1933: Daydreams & Nightmares Exhibition
Conceptualization and design of title walls and wallpaper for an exhibition about the golden era of German film.
Creative direction: Julia Hoffman | Art direction: Ingrid Chou | Photos By Martin Seck
MoMA: Abstract Expressionist Family Activity Guide
Museum field guide designed to introduce children to the art of the Abstract Expressionist movement and encourage abstract expression of their own.
Creative direction: Julia Hoffman | Art direction: August Heffner | Photo By Jason Brownrigg
MoMA: School and Family Brochures
Layout of program information brochures.
Art direction: Ingrid Chou
MoMA: Film Calendar
Monthly calendar of MoMA's films, exhibitions and events.
Creative direction: Julia Hoffman | Art direction: Brgitta Bungard
Playful Type 2
Work included in Die Gestalten Verlag's new edition of Playful Type.
Cover designed by 44 Flavours.
Viacommunity Annual Report 2008-2009
Conceptualization and design for Viacom's inaugural pro-social initiatives annual report.
Creative director: Scott Wadler | Art directors: Nick Gamma and Shelly Fukushima
Silkscreen prints exploring perception and tangible elements on a 2-D plane. Originally investigated
by Robert Irwin with his Late Line Paintings.
The Cooper Union End Of Year Show
Typeface and identity designed for Cooper Union's student curated end of year show. The typeface is based off
Stephen Doyle's new logo for the school, using the oblique geometry and structure of the grid to create each
character, while the identity aims to deconstruct the characters.
Whatsoever Things Are True.
Whatsoever Things Are True was the senior thesis collaboration between myself David Maron, Rachel Matts, and Erik Winkowski at The Cooper Union School of Art. The title and collaborative inspiration began with the participants' individual interpretations of the phrase "Whatsoever things are true," which appears in the 1859 charter of the Cooper Union as the school's motto. Special thanks to Mike Perry for publishing the show's zine. More info here
Silkscreen Reclamation Project
Two posters designed and screen printed to experiment with typography as image and form using a quote by Mark Twain in regards to the relevance of words. Presented in a collaborative exhibition at the Cooper Union between graphic designer Paul Sahre, myself and four fellow design students: David Maron, Rachel Matts, Sascha Mombartz and Erik Winkowski.
More Info here
Screenprinted poster using CMYK color separations.
Cooper Union Open House Poster
Poster/mailers designed for Cooper Union's 2009, 2008, and 2006 open houses.
Photo-illustration designed for Nylon magazine.
Creative direction: Michael Pangilinan.
Cover designed by Michael Pangilinan.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
A collection of screen prints included in the permanent collection and shown at the SFMOMA exhibition: 265 and Counting.
See all posters here.
A design collaboration between myself, Sarah Mead, and Mogollon. Our collaborative successes were showcased in Graphik magazine. Cover image by Ben Long.
A poster designed for the UK music group Zero 7. Included in AIGA's 365/28 competition and a recipient of a AIGA 2008 Certificate of Excellence.
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