Inspired by the genius of Jack Kirby, and Frank Miller, this series connects the hyperbole of comics with that of social media. Melodramatic hands mirror the imaginary power we ascribe to likes, followers, friends and tweets.
This series harkens the International Design of the 1960s and 1970s and the symbols documented by Henry Dreyfuss. Each piece humorously captures the love and disdain we feel for our devices as they addict, distract and consume us.
These simplistic color and typography studies deconstruct and then reassemble perspectives on social media, government, religion and other pillars of society.
This triptych uses the iconic bottle shape to toast the Coca Cola corporation. Through simple manipulations, Red, White and Blue tell the unfiltered tale of how the soft drink giant made our entire world unwell.
Pun with Type
Like the cordyceps fungi, these visual puzzles give birth to dissonant ideas by hijacking the meaning of words. Each adheres to barebones constraints– letterforms, color and repetition; while at the same time, shattering the expectations of the viewer.