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SAIC MFAW Book 2016

It’s no secret that I have an affinity for using texture in my work. These usually come from surfaces and objects I photograph, documents I scan, or unintentional marks I make while I’m making other work. Lately, I’ve been working on making some of those intentional marks, well, more intentional. This started a few years ago while working on a book I was designing for The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s MFA in Writing Program. I’ve designed this book for the SAIC past 6 years and it has always been a fun project that encouraged experimentation. Last year, I created an image entirely made from wet coffee grounds that evoked the book’s theme, “Tectonics.” This year I created a unique texture made entirely of sugar.

Project Roles
Creative Director, Designer
the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Conceptual, Creative Direction, Maintaining Schedules, Management of Teams 1-10, Managing Budgets, Mixed Media, Project Management
Art, Book Covers, Books, Concept Art, Typography
Project Industries
Education, Media, Non-Profit
SAIC MFAW Book 2016
SAIC MFAW Book 2016