Underline is a collection of underwear that subverts cultural norms and doesn’t divide according to gender. Without enforcing masculinity or femininity on its users, it allows them to shop according to their body, preference, and identity. Encouraging personal choice, Underline empowers its wearers while focusing on simplicity, comfort, and affordability.
Museum of Napping
7 out of 10 Americans don’t get enough sleep. Treated like a commodity, sleep is constantly traded in to meet the next deadline. At our museum, we educate visitors on the benefits of napping. We also provide a multitude of sleeping environments, ranging from sleep pods to plushy landscapes, all conducive to a relaxing and rejuvenating microsleep.
MICA Grad Show Identity
After several drafts from each designer, this true team effort was selected by our clients in the MICA Graduate Office. Created over six-months, the project encompassed more than 30 individual pieces.
Redesign concept for the Maryland Institute College of Art's alumni magazine. While the current magazine, Juxtapositions, is informative it does not accurately reflect the calibre of art and design at MICA. As well as redesigning and restructuring the magazine, I also renamed it 1826, the year the school was founded. MICA is the oldest art college in America, this is an important part of its history. This wordmark paired with vibrant colors and sans serif type, reflect the fusion of old and new, an integral part of MICA.
While designing 1826, I wanted to reflect MICA's design aesthetic, culture and energy. The magazine lends itself to being quickly browsed as well as providing immersive articles with exciting content and images.
Greenhouse is an application designed for the modern-day gardener. It allows you to read current articles, learn terminology, pick the right perennials and shop for tools. Articles are updated daily and come from a variety of reliable gardening sources. Greenhouse gathers and reformats them to be visually cohesive and engaging. Articles range from basic tips and tricks to specific plant care articles.
I wanted to create a colorful set of flash cards explaining the branches of modern physcial and life sciences, from biochemistry to molecular physics. I challenged myself to create an icon system that clearly communicated each particular branch of science. These icons were placed on square cards with a distilled description on the back.