I worked as a student designer at the Creative Services department at Pratt Institute assisting with the design and production of print and digital projects, ranging from posters, web ads, and other institutional publications.
Poster for Senior Fine Arts Exhibitions- background of the poster is based on photographs of the textures of artworks and materials from the Fine Arts department.
Digital and print materials for a talk at the Whitney Museum
Spread for RiDE:, series of educational and cultural episodes that bring various processes related to artistic, intellectual, and design practices into a visible arena.
Rejected sketches for a holiday postcard
Rejected sketches for an internal event
The Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth
A self-published zine inspired by Marshall McLuhan’s quote: “There are no passengers on Spaceship Earth. We are all crew.” Ideally, this manual containing universal rules would be given to everyone that is born in this planet and passed along future generations.
Calakmul is an office building located in Santa Fe, Mexico City. As a student, I created a visual identity inspired by the architectural elements of its structure and by the reflective quality of one of its materials, glass. Calakmul is locally known as "La Lavadora" (The Washing Machine) because of its physical resemblance to such object. The logo and applications imitate the rotating motion of a washing machine.
An ECO-friendly light packaging created for a single light bulb considering the material, cost, glue, production, ink, and protection of the item.
The Museum of Enduring Beauty, located in Malasya, showcases the different types of body modification practices that have been imposed to woman across different cultures.
This fictional visual identity reflects the ever-changing nature of beauty standards through the use of a classical typeface that is constantly transforming, yet fits within a perfect square. A set of six posters that promote the exhibitions extend the visual language. They are all printed on acetate and attached to mirror board, a distorting surface in which the visitor can see their own altered reflection.