St. Frankenstein is a wonderfully gorey screenplay by Daniel Benton, for whom I had the pleasure of designing this book cover. The story takes place in modern day Germany among gothic architecture and dark forest landscapes. The highly descriptive death scenes and experimental religious resurrections greatly impacted the imagery of the book cover. In a … Continue reading St. Frankenstein Book Cover Design
Sunset Cassette This graphic art piece is inspired by the emergence of synthwave and the revenge of vintage music technology. My husband and I are currently delving into this awesome music genre, and he and his friend have been starting to reacquire and listen to cassette tapes again. Special thanks to Scott Toomey and Mike … Continue reading Sunset Cassette Graphic Art
Poster for WBRU Summer Concert 24 x 36 inches Printed on cotton poplin Helvetica Neue In this project from a Poster Studio class, we were to create a poster for a current event in Providence. Through the process of brainstorming, mindmapping and sketching, I arrived at the concept of vibrate for this project which reflects the aspect … Continue reading Poster for WBRU Concert
Book Cover Design for Music Theory Series This project comes from a Graphic Systems and Structures course in which the focus was on using form to create a visually interesting composition with the principles of Gestalt. This book cover series uses form to demonstrate the Gestalt principles of proximity, continuation, similarity and figure-ground relationships. The … Continue reading Book Cover Design for Music Theory Series
Poster Design for the Conference on Small Molecular Science Printed on transparency film Typeface: OCR A Standard This project from a Poster Studio class introduced a reverse method of the design process. The process of this poster began with form creation out of randomly collected pieces of paper and collaged together to make an interesting … Continue reading Poster Design for the Conference on Small Molecular Science
Neon Noir is an abstract minimalist design depicting the 80s era American culture. This is achieved through color, angle, and composition. While evoking a techno dance vibe, it is also maintains a dark sense of mystery and femme fatale. Medium: Digital Neon Noir is available to purchase as a print and on various products via Redbubble, Society6, and Curioos.
Liquid Sound is a conceptual minimalist piece depicting a vinyl record melting, meant to evoke the smooth, velvety sound produced by vinyl records. Medium: Vector Drawing Available to purchase on Curioos, Redbubble, and Society6.