In order to expose the lack of any admissible logic behind the relationships on Seinfeld, I had to create a visual that converts morally-driven opinion into numerical data. This poster measures the validity of the reasons why Jerry Seinfeld and George Constanza break-up with their many girlfriends and vice versa over the course of the entire series. I extended the information to a coffee sleeve – an appropriate item considering its inclusion in every episode.
"If you can't tell what it's about based off it's poster, it didn't do it's job." - Andrew Christou, CCO Publicis Seattle
My vacation poster series chronicles the most impactful experiences I've had so far.
With the inevitable zombie apocalypse impending, it's be best if we all knew what we were doing.
Recommending the best mode of transportation, weaponry, and location during a class 3 apocalypse, universally recognized graphics and icons differentiate the best from the will-straight-up-get-your-face-bitten-off decisions you make.
The infograph also comes in wristband form, allowing efficient movement and avoiding the burden of carrying around a huge poster.
Started from the bottom, now I'm...finally at a doorman apartment complex.
Each one of my apartments in New York has a personality unlike the other, so I wanted to document the time, the struggle, the triumph, of the steady inclination towards an apartment that's still not as big as Monica and Rachels', but not a shoebox.
It's the little things.
Of course I judge a book by its designed cover! My personal project includes a series that was envisioned for three designers who favored a handcrafted process over digital.
Even if my services are mainly abused for replacing shirt buttons and patching up holes, sewing was and is one of my first loves. Fashion design naturally followed.
My poor sister and friends get to debut their modeling career wearing my designs and constructions.