After carefully tracking my time during the first year I worked as an independent designer, I was left with a ton of data that begged to be visualized. Staff at The Rake magazine saw it asked me to run it as an annotated visual feature.
Summer camps at the Bakken Museum provide a space for kids to play with materials and learn through making. I took the same approach to design a T-shirt featuring their mantra “Think it. Make it. Improve it. Show it.”
Inspired by the typography on Japanese packaging, I nestled custom letterforms in a field of non-letterform shapes to create an all-over design meant to encourage exploration and discovery.
Inspired by the ever frenetic James Victore, I practicing working fast and loose, grabbing quotes and taking screenshots from a webcast and combining them with… [leafs through his piles of ephemera]… IKEA instructions. Done!