Published in the Spring/Summer 2010 Volume 7, Number 1 issue of Ninth Letter, Eight Short Films About Architecture by G.C. Waldrep, offered readers a very abstract discussion on ideas presented through film and architecture that was broken up into eight sections. Short films were shot that vaguely pointed to a thought or idea within each of the eight sections and then numbered accordingly. The short films were then presented on their own spread in black and white oriented vertically as to be reminiscent of a film reel.
A collaboration with Nate Baltikas.
A monospace typeface designed specifically for the code-crunching, technomaniac nerds who continue to enhance our lives with new and previously unimaginable software feats.
The character set for Segfault was created with a noticeable weight disparity devised to aid in distinguishing the pervasive and at times distracting punctuation and other non-alphabetic marks from the letters that make the code actually readable.
"Stop Being Sheep" is an online conversation amongst designers that was dissected into this little booklet showcasing my favorite quotes. The text is juxtaposed against a tiny lamb that becomes interested in the conversation only to become overwhelmed and quite literally loses its head.
The "Food, Health, Place & Sustainability" Film Series focused on the value of eating organic and local. The poster's primary goal was to grab the attention of the viewer with its big type.
The design of the scholarly arts journal, Visual Arts Research, employs a mechanism of hierarchy based on alternating point sizes of uppercase letters seen in the running heads, cover, and inside cover. This utility is both modern and easy to understand. The cover takes a pure typographic approach to create a minimalist aesthetic that echoes the journal's prestige and aptitude for informing modern arts research.