On: Nuclear SemioticsBook, Research
In an effort to piece together a work of open-source literature & image, this book acts as a cohesive guide to the subject of Nuclear Semiotics. The studies & ideas are conducted by linguists, semioticians, engineers, chemists, artists, designers, and other practitioners from cross-disciplinary fields in the 1980s, by the US Government. The theme of being “hidden” in plain sight is used across the book to convey a visual narrative about the underlying environmental fear that Nuclear Waste instigates for Earth’s future generations.
145 pp, 8.25 x 10.25 in., Digital Print, 80 lb. Matte Black Text & 80 lb. Vellum White Text, Light Grey Linen, Blind Deboss, Case Bound. Edition of 25.
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Identity, Art Direction
Robbie Landsburg and I conceptualized and created an immersive website, identity, and robust social media campaign (including a face filter) for The Department of Design, CSUS during the 2020 pandemic. As a discretionary effort, we used COVID-19 motifs and the season to create an art direction that is funky, and kind of sickly. The site can be viewed here.
Collaboration: Robbie Landsburg.
Site fully developed by Robbie Landsburg.
Loud City SongInstallation, Study Abroad
Started during my time studying abroad in The Hague, Netherlands, as part of ReProgram, this installation asks the participant to engage in the creation of a “Loud City Song” by interacting with a controller that looks like it came out of an alley-way dumpster. When the buttons and knobs are used, sounds and footage are activated, creating a collage-like, fragmented, sensory experience.
Robbie Landsburg and I built the midi controller together, he then built the User Interface in Touch Designer. Henry Plesser documented this project and contributed to the collaboration through his unique take on film-making.
Collaboration: Robbie Landsburg, Henry Plesser.
Bath Salts—One (RR02)Lettering, Art Direction, Packaging
Lettering and Artwork for Bath Salt’s newest album. The electronic album is in the red, clipping, and extremely abrasive. Similar to the auditory effect of early black metal, the music is at first stressful and hard to listen on it’s surface, but over time becomes calming but eerie white noise for the background.
Lettering design commissioned by Renewer; a genre-blending post-rock band from Northern California.