Submition for Graphite Interdisciplinary Journal of the Arts exploring the topic of networks.
The graphic comments upon online user access to digitial content; what is considered relevant is copied and translated across multiple platforms resulting in a canonical interpretation of what is deemed socially "relevant."
Print, November 2013.
Poster for the 15th annual Bruin Run Walk at UCLA. For more information about the cause visit bruinrunwalk.com
Print. Poster 08,5"x 11," February 2014.
This 2-part series humorously inspects the topic of sexual relations in the 21st century through the creation of a fake sexual education workshop.
The first part is a poster that visually imposes a sterile and serious tone, reflecting the presentation of modern sexual education. The content of the poster (images and text) stands in contrast, forcing a light-hearted jab at the underlying confusion based from sexual exploration. 22"x 28."
The second part is an informational brochure centered around "21st century sex." The brochure plays off the poster mainting a clean visual language while juxtaposing content that is both confusing and engaging. The brochure comes in two sizes: a special edition 8,5" x 11" and a 5,5"x 8,5" standard edition.
Print + web, November 2013 - January 2014.
Front-end website re-design for UCLA's Westwind literary journal. In the process of construction.
Poster for the Student Committee for the Arts at UCLA's
4th annual David Sedaris writing contest.
Print, various colors. 22"x 28", April 2013
Double sided flyer advertising against rape culture.
Print 5,5"x 7", January 2014.
Poster for the Student Committee for the Arts + Campus Events Commission at UCLA's Dirty Projectors concert
The gif showcases different versions of the poster; the subject of the overlaying images was choosen at random to emulate the seemingly random musical quality of the Dirty Projectors.
Print 24"x 36", May 2013.
Informational programs for UCLA's Film 150 final presentations.
Print flyers 8,5"x 11", May 2013.
Poster for UCLA's digital photography class titled "Be who you want to be."
The poster emulates the style of Takashi Murakami's "Flowers and Skulls" exhibit, putting an american twist on a japanese classic. Playing on American cultural icons (vís-a-vís Barbie) the combination of un-mutilated Barbies with burnt Barbies highlites the inherent undertones of a "normal self-image" that are culturally mis-represented in our youth.
The Barbies + Barbie parts are individual stickers stuck onto a blank canvas. The gif digitally represents the process of agreggation.
Print 24"x 36", August 2013.