Professor Tarbell’s Birch Balls are all natural, birch tar-based gum balls. The package design, an intersection of old-fashioned medicine tins and modern environmental values, can be clipped to anything for convenient access in the great outdoors.
Mission Inflossable is a fictional militia hell-bent on sabotaging dental operations. This booklet is a guide to using the multitude of unique tools in the Mission Inflossable arsenal.
Defy Magazine caters to thrill-seekers around the world. Those who crave adrenaline will find information on the newest gear and popular destinations within dynamic layouts that balance sleek edges with rough-and-tumble playfulness
The Write Tool for the Job draws from data collected over four days keeping track of everything I did with a writing utensil. The results are graphed in a number of ways, highlighting connections between time of day, type of use, and duration of session.
Clarendon is a typeface originally designed by Robert Beasely in 1845. This poster compares the timeless typeface to the similarly immortal Sherlock Holmes. Equally versatile, both are governed by a sense of rigid logic and renowned for their abilities to clarify information in a practical fashion.
Every year, the College of Saint Rose School of Art and Design sends out Studio 324, a newsletter highlighting recent student work, the latest news on faculty and alumni, and a schedule of upcoming events. The circle, square and triangle are three of the most fundamental geometric shapes, representing the basics of art education.
A poster advertising the annual Senior Art Show at the College of Saint Rose, prompted by the theme of invincibility. The firewalking ritual that serves as a rite of passage in cultures around the world represents the Class of 2015’s admirable work ethic and dedication.
A book of personal illustrations made to accompany creation myths from around the world. Each spread is intended to be enjoyed individually, as a combination of traditional narrative and digitally illustrated imagery.