Book Design Portfolio

The following portfolio showcases: book design / cover art / publications / marketing collateral / newsletter / MFA Thesis / sketch book / research publications + menu design

THE FLAMINGO’S SOCKS: HORACIO QUIROGA’S FABLE
PUBLICATION DESIGN
5.5” x 8.5”
2008

Work created for visiting artists Steven Farrell, project involved grafting a fable with a non-related knowledge domain, recreating a secondary narrative structure where the narrative arch, and domain are both visible.

GRAPHIC EXPRESSION OF INTERNMENT
BOOK DESIGN
13” x 11”
Spring 2008

MFA Thesis Publication

ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA
BOOK DESIGN
8.5” x 11”
2007

Research Publication

TYPE + CODE: PROCESSING FOR DESIGNERS
book DESIGN
8.5” x 8.5”
© 2009

Managing editor, book design

ARTISTS SPACE BOOK
BOOK DESIGN
8.5” x 11”
1998

Book design; interior page spreads

INDIE PUBLISHING: Exhibition Catalogs
BOOK DESIGN
7” x 8.5”
Princeton Architectural Press, 2008

Instructional tutorial and case study

NO NEGATIVE
BOOK DESIGN
9” x 7” Landscape
2007

Black and white Polaroid Land Camera

BOOKS LIE : THE NONSEQUENTIAL POWER : THE DIS-ORDER OF PAGES
BOOK DESIGN
9” x 6” Portrait
2008

This book is in continuous development — examining the restructuring of personal sketchbook pages. The book restructures sketches and pages combined over several page spreads.

Working title:
LETS ALL DRIVE REALLY FAST AND KILL EACH OTHER
BOOK DESIGN
9” x 6” Portrait
2010

Two proposed book cover options and future publication of collected short storie(s) by Jerome Page Tobias. The book remains in the initial stage of development.

WORLD BANK
PUBLICATION DESIGN
DESIGN OFFICE: CKS—Washington D.C.
1997

Call for submissions; Award ceremony event graphics

YOUTH FARM
PUBLICATION DESIGN
14” x 8.5” Tri-fold legal size
2002-2003

Newsletter

BEYOND THE COMPASS BEYOND THE SQUARE
PUBLICATION DESIGN

Catalog
5.5”x 8.5”
2008

SAFETY FIRST: EPHEMERA COLLECTION
Research + Publication Design
10” x 10”
2006

Ephemeral research and publishing project proposed by MICA GD:MFA visiting artist Abbott Miller. The entire collection of first aid and red cross imagery is from my personal archives.

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