Collages for We Stories from an ongoing series exploring the definitions of the words neighborhood, race, prejudice, segregation, privilege, culture, social identity, activism, freedom, and diversity.
We Stories is a St. Louis-based organization that uses children's books to encourage a discourse about race between parents and young kids.
This book explores the concepts of identity and ownership, pairing Eula Biss's essay Relations with photographs by Amanda Williams, a Chicago-based artist and architect. The essay deals with themes of identity and race, while the photos capture vacant buildings awaiting demolition that the artist paints the colors of commercial goods associated with black culture.
Tasked with creating a brand to fill a gap in the current market, I developed Herbose, a system of herbal remedies for chronic but non-life threatening afflictions such as acid reflux, insomnia, anxiety, fatigue, and tension headaches. Struck by the prevalence of reported side effects of prescription drugs, I conceived of products that would seek to ameliorate common maladies in a more preventative, holistic, and natural way. Departing from clichéd associations with herbs, the brand seeks to fill a niche with a modern, customizable, and therapeutic approach to treatment. The brand is named Herbose, a melding of the words "herb" and "verbose," and includes tinctures (alcohol and herb concentrate) and dried herbs for infusions.
Promotional animated video for The Black Keys song 'Gold on the Ceiling.'
"Where the long lines are almost as famous as the masterpieces," reads the website of the Museo Uffizi in Florence, Italy.
This app tries to make those lines less [in]famous.
Maps, art guides, event calendars, and customizable itineraries make navigating both the ticket line and the galleries of this famous institution manageable.
Rebrand of Florence's first gelateria including menu and business card. Printed on ivory colored paper.
Screen printed fold-out book inspired by the podcast 'The Psychopath Test' by This American Life. Hosts discuss psychologist Robert Hare's Psychopath Checklist-Revised. The test, designed for an actual psychological profile, was light-heartedly taken by the hosts to see who had the most tendencies. Spoiler alert: none of them come close to the abnormal range.
Listen to the podcast here.
Fall 2016 calendar of events and speakers for Wash U's Sam Fox School of Art & Design.
Original typeface inspired by aviation.
Poster capturing the experience of a street in the city center of Florence, Italy.
Monogram and business card capturing the essence of the musician Andre 3000.