Part of a series of posters, postcards, and buckslips (approximately the size of a dollar bill) for this non-profit credit union on the Lower East Side (below Houston Street). The goal was to use interpretive typography and composition in a fun, upbeat and legible way.
Made it to the top row, third from the left as part of Bejing’s VO/Art Union portfolio review program for design students. Looks a bit deadly :-).
T-shirt design for an annual Mount Sinai run. From a large exploration this design was chosen because of its typographic simplicity as well as its metaphoric mashup of heart monitor and running shoe.
An apple is a very popular image and has operated as a sign to represent knowledge (think Adam and Eve’s forbidden fruit), as well as to symbolize elementary education as in “an apple for the teacher,” and also as a sign of health as in “an apple a day.” Here, Worksight used the apple as a kind of piled-on-pride of successes for a Pace University’s School of Education brochure.