This is another email I created for PG, but I very much enjoyed the overly ambitious end results so I wanted to post it separately from the rest of my email designs. Please click the bottom image to see the full email.
While still in college, I worked with the boutique Kirna Zabete as their homepage and email designer. Using pre-existing branding, I created their emails (Image 1) and updated their homepages (Image 2) as well a created other graphics for their website.
I worked for PFG Group Contract, which consisted of Poltrona Frau, Cassina, and a few other furniture companies. I designed things such as emails (Image 1), small brochures (Image 2), business cards, etc. for the various companies using pre-existing branding.
I created this logo for Brooklyn Girl Film Festival when they were first getting off the ground. They wanted something edgy, but also representative of the city, and of course, they wanted a girl in it.
This was a project where the only objective was to created a visitor pamphlet for the Cloisters, under 3 hours. We were allowed to take images from the internet, and use them in the design. I found some high contrast, black and white photography of the statues in the Cloisters, and, playing on the fact that the area isn’t exactly well-lit, I designed a more somber, darker pamphlet.
Created in Adobe Illustrator CS5 and Photoshop CS5.
These are two examples of album design I’ve created, the first for an electro-duo wanted album art for their music on iTunes, and the second was a project where I had to create a series of redesigns for the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.
Redesign of William Shakespeareplays. The project objective was to redesign Shakespeare’s plays in a way that had yet to be done. I chose to highlight certain well-known/interesting quotes from several plays.
The Best American Comics - 2006. This was a part of a series redesign I did, in which I streamlined the cover design of The Best American Comics series.
Panda Girl. A book design of my “autobiography,” about the idea of growing up Asian in a world that didn’t want to believe that I am.
Rip Van Wrinkle. Using aspects of already existing imagery, I was asked to created a collage cover for a well-known book. In Photoshop, I reconstructed a Chinese painting for a “re-imagined” Rip Van Wrinkle story that would take place in China.