Each year the graduating class of SVA MFA Design come together to create two events, Thesis forum and the Thesis exhibition. As Art Director of Venture16 I had the pleasure of working with 5 of my fellow students to create the visuals for all of the numerous design deliverables.
Sarah Wilson Austensen - Art Direction
Kaitie Trout - Branding + Promotional Posters
Livia Ito - Branding + Web Promotional Banners + Exhibition Design
Radhika Maheshwari - Forum booklet + Exhibition Design
Rachel Costantino - Forum screen animations + Theatre Marquee
Yafei Wang - Forum Booklet + Brand Standards booklet
I also managed the SVA MFA Design social media pages for the event, check it out here: https://www.instagram.com/svamfadesign/
The creation the branding and website for The School of Visual Arts new incubator program.
A series of Lower East Side typographic installations.
Vomit Type is a typographic installation installed on Ludlow St. in the Lower East Side of New York, NY. Ludlow St. is one of the most crowded night life areas of New York City, where you can find puke and other lovely fluids on the sidewalks.
For Stefan Sagmeister's SVA MFA Design class, 'Can Design touch someone's heart?' we decided to touch the Ludlow St. local's heart.
Sabri Akın, Sarah Wilson
Welcome to Hell square + People are animals is a self initiated continuation of the type installations.
Made with real spaghetti!
I was asked to create a poster to promote Louise Fili's SVA MFAD guest lecture at The Art Directors Club.
Working with spaghetti consists of a very steep learning curve, but I can confidently say I would definitely work with it again.
The Jasmar Group is a forward-thinking and innovative network of skilled diversity and inclusion consultants. The Jasmar Group is based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The objective in creating a mark for The Jasmar Group was to communicate inclusiveness and diversity while avoiding the visual cliches of the HR industry. (eg. shaking hands and people holding hands in a circle.)
The developed mark represents the weaving together of individuals to create a stronger network.
The Living Room
Written by Diane Weipert
Produced by Briana Breen
Listen to The Living Room