My objective is to create a food, travel, and kitchenware magazine with elegant, appealing graphic style. My goal is to catch viewers attention and present a magazine with style.
The Year of Asian Hipster Cuisine. The buzziest openings were both Asian imports—not from the Far East but from the West Coast: American cooks who found their calling through passion, not ancestry. Mr. Miyagi shares inspiration, ingredients, and attitude – a magazine engages in culture, food, and authenticity. We’re in the middle of an Asian food renaissance.
Moby Dick Adventure
This project is based on the American novel “Moby Dick”. I played around with the type and the illustration I created. The most challenging part about this project was how to transform the original book cover to another style of design.
Finding myself in brokenness
A character in my name that I emphasize in this piece means wood, which is the main component of a pencil. It reflects back to the meaning of my name; outstanding as a whole. This signifies how individually broken piece of pencil cannot create a beautiful image by itself but collectively it can form an appealing and meaningful creation through its brokenness.
People As Pixels
For this project my goal is to interpret the text with playful graphics and pictures in order to for the viewers to understand. Most importantly all of the pictures associate the pixels, also each page the colors change along with the photography.
The goal of “Gallery” is to provide a platform for college students to share and market their work. At present, “Gallery” is only interested in handling work created by students attending New York's top design schools. On a daily basis, representatives of “Gallery” meet with students and faculty at participating universities in order to maintain a healthy collection of treasured and unique artwork. Our collection of work is highly curated and deeply personal. “Gallery” offers buyers a chance to own one and limited run pieces created by America's brightest young designers, and future design elites.
My objective is to bring attention back to the structure of the closet. The garments within would not be as appealing to the eye without organization. People tend to focus on more attractive aspects of life and forget the usefulness of teeth objects of their daily operations. With this project, I’m bringing attention back to the most basic and fundamental aspects of our lives with a simple pencil sketch of this closet.
This was an interesting project, I challenged myself with a given articles and stories I got from AIGA along with the cutout pictures I got from New York Times and select the pictures carefully in order to incorporate these two element together. I found it really playful because it helped develop my mind process of what makes sense and what doesn’t, also I manipulated pictures with different graphic style to go with the stories and articles I was given.
Spanish Emigration Flow
10 1/2 is an exclusive shoe magazine. I decided to do a cover on Alessandro Sartori; an Italian fasion designer, and what I am trying to express through this magazine is to present a highly exclusive and luxurious design to the readers. This is a sophisticated shoe magazine “10 1/2”.
In-N-Out Burger Identity design
The objective for this project was to re-brand the most famous American burger joint “In-N-Out Burger”. I thought the logo was outdated and it needed to be redesigned. I had a lot of fun working on this project, I got to experience different typeface and how they work with different form of design.