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Our Timed Lives



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Collect Your Horizon


Fig Leaf



Worldview Poster


Branding for Knoll





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︎ I'm a recent graduate of Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Graphic Design and previously a Design Intern at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.


︎My work is a bold, playful, & introspective attempt to put some color into the world.


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Collect Your Horizon


Poster 18 x 24 in.
Bookmarks 2 x 7 in
Hand-drawn Alphabet
Fall 2019

The starting point for this project was an interest in scale. Deciding that horizon lines are a powerful indication of scale and position in the world, the next step I took was using images I’ve taken that have a horizon line to create a horizon poster.

Collection Posters:

The posters also serve as an archive of the research that went into developing a visual language for this project. The first poster, Inclusion, indicates all of the elements I kept with me throughout the process, and the second one, Exclusion, highlights the “dead seeds” from the research.
Inclusion
Exclusion

Horizon Viewfinder Bookmarks:


Cut out the white rectangle and hold
this strip up to the horizon.
The second portion of this project was to make the collection public. I began to think about my own movement throughout the world. I then created a horizon line view-finder, that also serves as a bookmark. It is a reminder to others to also be present and to stay connected with the world around them.

Initial Sketch:

Refinement:

Final RISO Printed Bookmark:



Front
Back
Color Variations

Type:


I then expanded the hand-drawn lettering into a full alphabet.



Horion Typeface



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