_concrete utopias

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A mailable poster for an architecture symposium on 1960s concrete architecture. By referencing experimental films by SuperStudio that question human existence, the poster speaks of the era and its architecture without literally representing architecture.



_masters thesis exhibition

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The collateral for the School of Art Masters Thesis Exhibition is inspired by the curator, Rachel Hooper's introduction for the show, where she writes about how each artist's background plays a pivotal role in each of their thesis pieces. The paths they have taken to get where they are today are an integral part of the design, interacting with artist's names throughout the catalogue, poster, and invitation.



_marimekko museum book

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Marimekko is a museum book that accompanies the proposed Marimekko exhibition. It goes into an in depth history of Armi Ratia, the founding of Marimekko, and the companies iconic designers and their designs that have shaped Marimekko into the company it is today.



_reply all: a lecture series

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Reply All is a fictional lecture series focusing on the ever-evolving role of technology in our lives. We are constantly bombarded with small bursts of information, and technology is in charge of organizing it for us. The juxtaposition of unorganized handwritten information (old technology), with organized typographic information (new techonology) portrays this idea.



_neodborník podmínky

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Neodborník Podmínky (laymen's terms in Czech) the master of direction and information, is inspired by the pioneer of information design Ladislav Sutnar. Sutnar did work with industrial catalogues in order to come up with a clear, concise way to present information to customers. He also innovated point-of-sale design, and published a book about it. Neodborník Podmínky transforms Sutnar's essence into a foldable paper toy that will always point you in the right direction.



_kabel

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Kabel is a geometric typeface designed in 1927 by Rudolf Koch. He was a master calligrapher, and over half of his typefaces were black-letter faces. He was resistant to creating geometric or sans serif typefaces, Kabel being his first. The poster references graphic design of the 1920s, and telephone wires are used since the typeface was named after the first trans-Atlantic telephone cable.