This project is a paradoxical informative piece about the dangers of internet addiction. Through the use of exaggerated internet gif culture, the functional website and poster series are aimed at warning people of this psychological disorder and offering them some simple solutions to fix it.
Everybody loves getting stuff for free! These banners emanate the satisfaction that receiving free items gives.
I designed these ads for to be displayed on google. Each of these is the 300x250 sized banner of a set.
The Simulus is a virtual reality headset designed for running on the treadmill. This technology will allow you to run anywhere in the world from the comfort of your gym. The more you run the more places you will be able to discover on your runs. The Simulus makes running on the treadmill a new motivating sport and will allow you to reach the goals you set for yourself.
This is a branding project for a pop up NYC Deli. I focused on creating a design which reflected the quirky spirit of NYC delis along with their utilitarian quality.
Prospect Park collects all of its mulch in a huge pile, which visitors only come across by accident. I felt that this impressive mountain of mulch didn't receive the appreciation it deserved. This is why I chose to create a fun zine and website to get people excited about mulch and attract them to this "landmark".
Running Heroes is a french start up which encourages people to run by giving points each time they go running. Then runners can go on the Running Heroes website and select prizes they want to get in exchange for their points. This allows the runners to get great deals and prizes for free and advertises for companies who are offering prizes.
These Facebook banners appear in the viewer's newsfeed. For each campaign I designed many banner variations to test which ads convert best.
This branding direction stemmed from a logo made by Danielle Franco and was then developed by the Design Corps class of Spring 2016. The logo portrays the ideas of hope and forward thinking while also referencing the architecture Growing Up Africa’s buildings.
The Museum of Jurassic technology describes itself as an "offbeat museum that is home to many bizarre relics." Located on Venice Boulevard in the Palms district of Los Angeles, this museum is full of unlikely discoveries made throughout history that would surprise anybody.
Les Issambres, a small coastal town in the French Riviera, inspired this lavender and lemon flavored gin. The label’s decorative elements suggest the fabrics of the region, which are often used to package lavender and other artisanal goods.
In 1933 the British Court traveled to the United States for the first time. Franklin Roosevelt Invited them to Top Cottage, his home in Upstate New York. He had a traditional American picnic prepared for them with hot dogs. The King Henry enjoyed his hot dog so much he had another
The End is an art and design bookstore for those who love books and making books. The store is named after the song "The End" by the Beatles. Here you can both get inspired and inspire others by selling you own self-published books, so that "in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make".
I created this gif for fashion photographer Bill Diodato, who i worked with in Summer 2014
These high end cosmetic products originate from Korea, which has culture of ritualistic skin care practices. SOA is bring's authentic Korean skin care to the rest of the world.
The Poppins Stash is a dipsensary located in Colorado run by two lovely ladies. The typographic logo and color palette reflects their motherly/quirky attitudes.