The holidays are the best time for catching up on unfinished projects and getting around to things like updating websites. A number of new pieces of work have been added to the Print, Publication, Web, Apparel, and Identity sections. Projects include an identity for Tokyo-based writer Jean Snow’s production company M31; the art direction and design of the monograph Pecha Kucha Night: A Celebration for Klein Dytham architecture (along with apparel, event, and print design); tee shirts for AFI; a poster for Cafe Pause in Ikebukuro; and a website for San Francisco photographer John Mullin.
Not included in the update but coming soon: a website for former PingMag editor Uleshka, a number of RFP projects for Nike SE Asia, identity for NY/LA film production company HKM, identity for Portland film production company Field Office, a CD for Marxy, and a lot more.
It was a good quarter for writing and getting work published. I have a few projects featured in the new monograph One Hundred at 360°, was interviewed in Task, had work in Grafik and Territory magazines, and a few other places. The first installment of a new 3-part visual essay I did is up at Néojaonisme about the year 1974. An interview withUnderware was posted there recently, as well. Art direction, illustration, and editing remains a weekly effort. I urge you to spend some time there. We have a number of amazing articles coming up including work by Amos Klausner, E*Rock, David Schafer, and others. The supplementary print version will be released in the upcoming year, as well.
And speaking of print projects….