Posts Tagged: pollak

Get Back to What Matters

Placed in the high-stress environment of a design department in the midst of the last few weeks of the semester, this fleeting crayon installation is a reminder to get back to what matters — making with your hands, interacting with

Get Back to What Matters

Placed in the high-stress environment of a design department in the midst of the last few weeks of the semester, this fleeting crayon installation is a reminder to get back to what matters — making with your hands, interacting with

DIG DEEP/Typographic Installation

Installed on the exterior wall of the Pollak Building, one of Virginia Commonwealth University’s design facilities, this 16 foot by 4 foot typographic installation was made of treated plywood, white paint, galvanized nails, clear plastic straws, and pink and white

DIG DEEP/Typographic Installation

Installed on the exterior wall of the Pollak Building, one of Virginia Commonwealth University’s design facilities, this 16 foot by 4 foot typographic installation was made of treated plywood, white paint, galvanized nails, clear plastic straws, and pink and white

Tab Installation

I laser cut black paper and layered it over neon papers which were then tacked on a hallway bulletin board. Tabs are a familiar convention in print design, often accompany posters as a row at the bottom where passersby can

Tab Installation

I laser cut black paper and layered it over neon papers which were then tacked on a hallway bulletin board. Tabs are a familiar convention in print design, often accompany posters as a row at the bottom where passersby can