Center for Land Use Interpretation
The Center for Land Use Interpretation is a research and education organization that explores the many uses of land from temporary construction buildings in Los Angeles to military crash sites in the California desert. How land is used can be a black and white perspective for many people, yet the Center for Land Use chooses to not make such narratives and instead presents land use in a neutral, factual manner. The new identity system explores the concept of how we see the physical world and how different perspectives come together.
Land Exploration Table
The Land Exploration Table is an interactive exhibit for the Center for Land Use Interpretation’s exhibition of Nike Missile sites in the Los Angeles Area. To interact with the table, the user moves a marker to a predetermined location which triggers a video on a secondary surface and activates the tabletop. The two surfaces act together to give the user both historical and current information about the location.
Void/Devoid is a research-based book that explores non-traditional sculpture through the themes of scale, space, site, and time. The book focuses in on three very different artist all of which who create work in ways that invoke the viewer to question if the work is art or architecture. The design took the work of the artist in to consideration and was designed with magnitude, scale and material as inspiration for how the text was laid out and the color palette that was used.
Pause is a magazine that celebrates the open road, the journey, and the destination. It connects the past with the present, continuing the heritage of American road trips. Whether you are exploring locations off the beaten path or those that are well-traveled, Pause reminds you that we are all in search of something.
CodeBloc is a fictional pop up store created to relaunch RadioShack as a brand that focuses on the makers and creators of the world. The new pop up is a place where people can come together to learn how to use creative coding, and physical computing to create new experiments in art or to just explore creativity.
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