Animalia is a compilation album that aims to raise awareness for endangered animals in Central and Northern America. Proceeds go to several continent-wide organizations dedicated to the rehabilitation and protection of all endangered species, as well as those that are at risk of becoming endangered.
Research revealed that food waste is often responsible for economic and resource loss at the consumer and commercial levels, as well as causes many environmental issues. Grubscout concentrates on reducing food waste at the consumer level by making it easy to log food purchases, set expiration reminders, and monitor how often food goes unused.
Greenlandic Writing System
The Greenlandic language has a habit of combining smaller words to create longer, drawn-out locutions, and because Greenlandic only uses
19 letters from the Latin alphabet, many of these words may appear similar at a glance. This new writing system replaces the use of the Latin alphabet with a set of unique, yet simple marks and gestures that make writing easier and better represent the Greenlandic culture and landscape.
This handbook reflects three months of observations and analysis of Eagle Creek Coffee Company in Zionsville, Indiana. It identifies key attributes, both visual and conceptual, and makes suggestions of ways to improve the company. read
The Army Ant
Unmistakable for its highly organized swarm raids, the Echiton Burchellii is often considered the prototypical species of “Eciton army ant” — so much that the term has become its common name — and is one of the most heavily examined of all ant species. This infographic illustrates their two life phase, and how those phases affect their movement, foraging, and nesting techniques.
This collaborative publication project, entitled Luminox, was an effort to legitimize ideas and theories on the fringe of society. With lurid visuals and a clean, minimalistic theme, Luminox hopes to add validity to a series of far-fetched articles based on cosmic affairs, such as the panspermia theory, space colonization, and human—alien relations.
A team of four designers collaborated with Indianapolis-based bicycle advocacy group, INDYCOG, to construct a creative method that would help the young non-for-profit increase its membership. Extensive design research pinpointed one key factor — INDYCOG lacked a youthful demographic. The answer to this was the Peloton, a sub-brand directed towards the younger Indianapolis crowd that would allow INDYCOG to broaden its target audience.
Seedbed is a convention held in St. Louis on the grounds of the Gateway Arch. Aspiring young leaders from all over the world are invited to attend the event, where they will listen to motivational speeches and participate in fun, engaging activities that will help them be successful leaders in today’s society.
Adams Building Group
Adams Building Group, Inc. is a small residential & commercial building company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. The idea behind this identity design was to produce something that broke away from the local standard associated with construction company identities. The new logomark best resembles a pyramid, one of the most prolific human-built constructs, and thus symbolizes power, structural soundness, and ambition.