Various Fashion Advertising Print/Web
Artistry TV - Youth Xtend
Symrise Nextplorers (Digital Platform Concept only)
Visionaire 61 - Larger than Life
Guinness World Record held for largest sized fashion magazine.
www.visionaireworld.comConcept and design exploration in conjunction with Visionaire Team: Cecilia Dean, Stephen Gan, Stephanie Chao, Greg Foley
Typographic Light Installation
LED lights, acrylic cubes, audial experience
Each sculpture 6” h x 12- 24” l x 6” d, approx
“Deconstructed Reality”—in a world where seeing is believing, using the premise that our realities are limited by what we are willing to believe—questions how our visceral, emotional and metaphysical conceptions shape our reality; how we perceive the known and unknown; and how innovation and experience relate to design.
“All that you see or seem” —a fragment taken from Edgar Allen Poe’s “A Dream Within a Dream” serves as the lingual metaphor. Poe’s 1848 prose poem Eureka pinned him an inspirational yet appropriate literary exploration as he was interested in and published work on cosmology, and on the material and spiritual universe.
A dream within a dream is a poem which personally evokes a sense of ethereality within a universe of unknowns. Displayed here through photography, “Deconstructed Reality” [the first in a series of planned installations exploring how design and quantum theory relate] exists as a three-dimensional, immersive light installation.
Curated Digital Calendar.
Take Your Time
Environmental Typographic Installation
Proposed alternative advertising campaign for NYC parks
(Union Square, New York City)
Symrise Ad (Concept Only)
Creative Director—Gabriel Eid, Sr. Art Director—Edouard Nardon
The Responsive Eye (2009)
This poster was created to commemorate The Responsive Eye's 30 Year Anniversary Show of Optical Art at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York City. Fitting with the system and idea of optical art, this triptych poster was designed to be experienced linearly top to bottom.
It is interactive for the human/responsive eye. The viewer is directed to first stare at the top section, then project their response/stare at the middle section, then continue to the bottom (all white) section projecting their visual experience on the blank canvas. The objective is that the human eye projects the complimentary colours to which it has been looking at(top section -), mixed with the apparent visual vibrations of high contrast black and white lines (middle section), finally projected onto a white canvas at the bottom results in a visually vibrating and colourful experience.
Inspired by the always fabulous Draplin Design Company's FIELD NOTES of Portland, Oregon; I created a self-promotional piece outlining everyday Munnisms.