jetPack™ is a new and innovative personal care line from jetBlue Airways that transports comfort and bliss through essential products for your in-flight experience.
Inspired by the visual form language of different components of the brand and air travel, the products and packaging have been designed to reference the simple geometric shape of an aircraft’s window. The photography and art direction also make reference to jetBlue’s hometown of New York and its gridded structure that becomes apparent from an aerial perspective.
Risograph-printed flyers promoting the Walker’s design blog, The Gradient (distributed at the Walker’s 2018 Insights Design Lecture Series)
Printed booklet containing the text, Looking for Vito, by Michael Schiavi. Originally Published through the Cinema Journal and University of Texas Press.
The Alvar Aalto Library (AAL) in Vyborg, Russia was designed and built by the modernist Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (1927–1935). Originally built on Finnish land, the library is now home to the Russian community of Vyborg. Aalto’s library is considered a milestone in the history of modern architecture. Aalto’s highly reasoned and unique design approach, in conjunction with a new palette of modern building materials, led to the blending of spare forms with Aalto’s appreciation of the natural and social conditions of northern Europe at the time. (© World Monuments Fund)
The new identity allows the library to position itself as a larger cultural institution and landmark by creating a cohesive system that showcases the library’s museum, archives, exhibition, and performance spaces. The new variable logo also allows the identity to function seamlessly through digital and printed materials. It was important for the new identity to appeal to new visitors without alienating the existing audience. After all, the AAL isn’t just a public library full of books, but a space providing a unique opportunity to learn and explore through a multitude of different resources available for the local community and visitors.
Identity created for the 2019 Alvar Aalto Architecture Conference taking place at the Alvar Aalto Library in Vyborg, Russia.
The conference is one of Scandinavia’s most anticipated design and architecture events. and brings together design professionals, students, and design fans from around the world. The conference is recognized as a leading, international event and a forum for discussion in the field of design. Together with the Alvar Aalto Symposiums and the research-focused seminars, these events have attracted thousands of architects, designers, researchers, teachers, and representatives of media during the past years. This year’s location at the Alvar Aalto Library in Vyborg, Russia, is an appeal on behalf of high-quality design and history.
Gallery guide for Simon Denny: Games of Decentralized Life, 2018 (Galerie Buchholz)
Double-sided printed poster for the Walker Art Center's 2018 Queer Film & Video series. A film series showcasing independent work from international and emerging filmmakers who have crafted bold, audacious, and visually stunning new films.