The goal my T-shirt, while simple and plain, is to express the human body’s relationship with the world. While we are small in the world on an individual level, the inner balance and “zen” we all seek in life, through …
This t-shirt is built on the principle of orthogonality, contrasting linearity with the natural curvature of the female body.
In using the body as a frame on which to hang a tessellated geometric garment, hundreds of lines of symmetry are introduced.
The students in Louise Harpman's “Architecture and Urban Design LAB” course build a structure out of discarded single-use plastic water bottles.
"It is necessary to reveal the ways that New York City theaters, often touting themselves as cultural forums and hubs for inclusivity, are both succeeding and failing in ways to meet these goals through their most visceral, visual spatial impressions."
"Both a tool to control light conditions and a sculptural element meant to evoke a cloud, the screen is not only an artistic tool but a means of mitigating the environment—a sort of skin between the occupant and the solar conditions."
A poster series "designed not only for sighted viewers, but also readable for blind and visually impaired ‘viewers’"
A tryptich "to translate the imagery of a crisis abroad into our immediate visual lexical here in the United States."
"There must be environmental understanding and information woven into all education." A vision for Gallatin's future.
As a coffee-loving city that drinks seven times more coffee than any other, New York City is at the epicenter of a disposable coffee cup eco-dilemma.
How can empty space within an everyday object be represented visually? Three objects. Three approaches.