An active typographic mark for Boston area photographer Coleman Rogers' music photography.
Inspired by the notion of the collection itself being curated, 500 unique images were curated from frames of a three-minute 4k video shot during the making of this short film. These 500 frames became an edition of 500 unique posters for the exhibition.Read More
After an exciting & productive workshop in June 2015, we found ourselves bombarded by the abundance of documentation we had created, and the question arose—what to do with it all?Read More
Commissioned by Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the project is a curriculum mapping experiment that seeks to serve both the immediate needs of students and to provide a deep institutional history of Harvard through its curricular history.Read More
In this second iteration of Boston University College of Fine Art's publication, Spark. The inverse colors from the Fall issue have been applied to this issue as its primary color scheme.This color system carries these colors through logo, overlays, gradients, and type treatments.Read More
A Bit in the Abyss consists of a digital storage server in a small shipping container, similar to those used by the Internet Archive for storing the scanned, hard-copy source media they acquire.Read More
The Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) fosters the growth of open access to science and scholarship, within Harvard and beyond. The fluid motif, generated by algorithmically deflecting lines through the title text, expresses the flowing, supple nature of knowledge under conditions of open access.
Experimental Teaching as Design Practice was a one-day workshop supported by the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching.Read More
An identity system and publication design were created for Boston University’s new biannual prospectus, Spark.Read More