Art Camp Library
A website designed to provide inspiration via interesting combinations of images scanned from Brooklyn studio Art Camp’s library of books. Designed with Art Camp, developed by Dalton Saffe.
How To Perform Magic
A compilation of pages from instructional magic books found in the New York Public Library Performing Arts building – all written instructions have been removed to leave just the hands. 324 pages, 8.5 x 11 in.
Home Alone Survival Guide
Part of a project by Max Siedentopf – done in response to a daily list of photography challenges to do while quarantined.
Milk For A Dadaist
This project began as using the familiar Dairy Pure labeling to package milk in unconventional containers, however evolved into an entire grocery store in which every product is packaged and labeled as “whole milk” regardless of its function.
These posters were designed based on events at Tsurumi Ryokuchi Park in Osaka, Japan.
This book catalogs New York City payphones and their corresponding phone numbers. 8.5 x 5.5 inch, 64 pages.
Red Cross Salt
A rebranding of Red Cross Iodized Salt using only two colors.
A book that chronicles several months’ worth of spam email. 4.5 x 7 inch, 300 pages, perfect bound.
A Sharp Knife
A series of posters based around an aphorism – “the tongue, like a sharp knife, kills without drawing blood.”
Images of a sad, wilted carrot juxtaposed with facial expressions rendered in clay. 8 x 10 inch, newsprint with opalux cover, 100 pages.
Eye Drop Manual
An absurdist interpretation of an instruction manual for a Japanese brand of eye drops. 3 x 3 inch, newsprint.
I had a dream about being on television with aliens and created this booklet to act as an intergalactic version of TV Guide. 5 x 7 inch, 80 pages, newsprint with mylar cover.
LP Portfolio Dividers
To separate the projects in my sophomore year portfolio, I created a series of LP covers based on the experimental style of vintage production music library records.
No Accident Zine
In this project, the class was assigned to make a zine using only the contents of another classmate’s social media account. 4 x 4 inch, two-layer tracing paper cover.