Songs about marijuana turned curated zine article. The zine, Open, includes nine other articles by designers, and aims to present social issues that will open your eyes.
The Salt March was a large scale act of civil disobedience led by Mohandas Gandhi to protest British rule in India. The march started on March 12, 1930 and ended almost a month later on April 5, 1930. During the march, thousands of Indians followed Gandhi from his religious retreat near Ahmedabad to the Arabian Sea coast, a distance of some 240 miles. The march resulted in the arrest of nearly 60,000 people, including Gandhi himself. Britain’s Salt Acts prohibited Indians from collecting or selling salt, a staple in the Indian diet. Citizens were forced to buy the vital mineral from the British, who, in addition to exercising a monopoly over the manufacture and sale of salt, also exerted a heavy salt tax.
A Change Gonna Come
A book that visually represents the lyrics of the song A Change Gonna Come by Sam Cook.
In the craziness of everyday life an easy and efficient way to keep your schedule on your phone is needed. In this project I explored what screens would look like for a visually based scheduling app called Timely.
A book chronicling the Fox Sisters rise and fall from grace.
In the 19th century, the belief in an active spirit plane blossomed into a full-fledged American religion. It was known as spiritualism and while there’s been plenty of debate about what to make of it, most people agree on when and where it started—1848 in a tiny town in upstate New York with the Fox sisters.
T-shirt design for the student chapter of the AIGA at Washington University in St. Louis that showcases the true life of a design student. The design was then used in a screen printing workshop for the whole chapter.
An infographic depicting my sent and received emails in a single day.
Know The Truth
Inspired by the D.A.R.E. program and its objectives, “Marijuana 101” is a campaign that updates and rebrands how teens are informed about drugs specifically marijuana. The campaign targets teens to educate them on the facts about drugs. The clichéd elements prevalent in drug awareness campaigns like D.A.R.E will be avoided, and inline with the strategy of the Above the Influence campaign; teens will be informing other teens about life experiences and facts about drugs. These are screens of a possible website for the campaign.
Race & Ethnicity Presentation
Slide design for Washington University in St. Louis event, “Race & Ethnicity: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue”. The slides included realtime curated photos and illustrations that were displayed during breaks. The quotes featured in the slides were also collected and curated in realtime from speakers and participants of the event.