Every year the Hauske Family Foundation send out an annual report to highlight the achievements of the year including donations and charity events. I had the opportunity of designing the report for 2020.
This font is inspired by the withering and decay of plant life and intoxication. Intoxication itself is actively dehydrating the body as one drinks alcohol. The body is then like a plant in a drought. The slouchiness of a withering plant also reminds me of an intoxicated person.
Lyric Opera Poster
This poster is intended to reflect the dynamic performances that you would go to see at the Lyric Opera House.
Vienna Beef launched the #HotDogStandChallenge to support Hot Dog Stands throughout the Chicagoland area after the pandemic has left many restaurants devastated. The challenge? To see who could visit the most hot dog stands in just 60 days and become the ultimate wiener, winning the title of Top Dog.
Breaking the silence
Breaking the silence is a campaign to create awareness around and ultimately help stop microaggressions happen around the campus of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Hunger Can't Wait
The Hunger Can't Wait Campaign is a conceptual campaign for The Food Bank Movement that would serve to aid in spreading awareness on food insecurity in America and calling to action support for ending food insecurity.
Redesign of a chapter in The Power of Punctuation by Martin Solomon.
LAUGHLIN CONSTABLE INTERNAL BRANDING
While an Intern with Laughlin Constable I worked with the copyright intern to create new Anniversary Cards for employees that had been working at the company for a great number of years. I also created a new set of notebooks to give out to new and existing employees.
Olivetti Lettera 22
Redesign for the Olivetti Lettera 22 Typewriter manual and type guide. This manual is designed to emulate the layered staircase structure of the typewriter keys. The staircase accordion design allows for a user friendly flip through from page to page with a fun interactive experience.
This typeface was inspired by the Joseph Muller Brockmann Beethoven poster designed in 1955. Originally designed to replicate the complexities in Beethoven's music, this poster uses the grid system to bring this idea into typography.