This section is dedicated to all my miscellaneous passion projects including, prints, posters, and books (as indicated by the title). Have fun browsing!
This is one of my best selling poster designs. It shows data information in a way that is purly visual, no longer giving the viewer any graphical or directional information as the elements origanally intended.
This print experimented with layering maps until they were no longer seen as information, but act as shape and object. It is printed on a delicate Asian paper and cut to resemble the size of a folded map.
Jellys takes organic and geometric shapes and puts them together. Typically, it would be expected that the geometric would be computer generated, and the organic by hand. But, this design is the opposite which creates an added layer of contrast. Screen printed blocks of color give a pop art feel as well.
This is a page from a collaboration book. The pages are layered risograph prints to create a base pattern. Then, distorted letters are screen printed on top in red.
This print takes the organic form of trees and cuts through the image with a geometric shape. The tree at its very basic is a triangle, so by combining the two, there is a relationship created. This is a lithograph print which is a very complex printing process involving heavy stones and machinery.
This book takes a literary classic and distorts it increasingly as the reader flips through it. Each page was printed on a risograph, then hand sewn, covered, and bound to resemble a proper book. The distortion the reader discovers invokes a interesting agitation as they flip through, unable to actually read any of the book. The distortion also creates interesting visual designs with text as shape rather than a channel for information.
This book illustrates how shapes interact depending on how they are configured. The clear printed pages interact differently with the colored shapes depending on which side the page is turned to. The shapes also appear different if they are rectangles or circles, the color they have, which direction the gradient goes, and how many shapes are on the page. The pages are risograph prints and the book is hand sewn.
This book is folded in a way that reveals a poster in the middle. The concept of this book was to layer and distort maps so they are no longer seen as informational maps, but can only be seen as shape. The cautionary color scheme, destructive wave bitmapped image, and line repetition help give a sense of intensity or destruction.
This accoridian book is cut in a way to interact differently when it's closed, open, and standing up. The simple phrase "go with the flow" is positioned staggered down the pages resembling items floating in the water. Each section of the wave is treated in different mediums including watercolor, acrylic paint, and screen printing.