Series of workshop posters for a symposium at the MIT Media Lab, with logos composed of found objects relating to the theme of “DIY - Technology of the People, by the People, for the People”
Logo and materials for inaugural Innovators Guild event in Detroit: a field trip centered around a hackathon. The basic tenet of the Innovators Guild is to bring together thought leaders and other innovators in a new “space” –both real and virtual–to talk, share ideas, and support each other.
Logos for: 13FOREST gallery . DIY symposium: “Technology of the people, by the people, for the people” . MIT Media Lab initiative: The Innovators Guild . one-of-a-kind clothing and accessories collective v pliant . Creativity Labs @ Indiana University's Make to Learn initiative . MIT Media Lab workshop exploring the future of retail . 8th art festival exploring the boundaries of art forms
Branding for the Creativity Labs @ Indiana University's Make to Learn initiative, which leverages DIY culture, digital practices, and educational research to advocate for placing making, creating, and designing at the core of educational practice
Designed and produced for Leah Buechley of the MIT Media Lab and SparkFun. From Amazon.com: Textile Messages focuses on the emerging field of electronic textiles, or e-textiles—computers that can be soft, colorful, approachable, and beautiful. E-textiles are articles of clothing, home furnishings, or architectures that include embedded computational and electronic elements.
Branding for V Pliant, a small independent company producing what they call 'reconstructed clothing' –unique, one-of-a-kind items of clothing and accessories made from vintage and unusual or reclaimed materials
Branding and materials for the MIT Media Lab’s SynBio-themed presence at SXSW.
Branding and materials for the MIT Media Lab’s presence at SXSW
Identity and promotional materials for a two-person artist collaborative that produces regular exhibitions and art events. Cathy McLaurin and Gayle Caruso collaborate to create conversations between their pieces through juxtaposition and balance
Cotton bandanas screen-printed with information useful for navigating an urban environment with only the items carried in a backpack. Conceived by artist Cathy McLaurin and distributed at Occupy Boston in October 2011 as an experiment in the informal presentation of formal information