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Directory —“Where are you headed?”
Flyers are massively important in setting the tone for a party and providing information. These raves are booked and organized with a moving flow and varied sounds in mind, and the unique flyers for each iteration reflect the shift in tone.
Pro-mise/Previous Life —“An easy place to dance”
Two satellite party series surrounding Directory. While Directory positions itself to stray from strict or traditional branding, Pro-mise and Previous Life hold a more genre-based theme that finds itself to be more consistent. The flyers accordingly reflect as such.
Boiler Room“This is gonna be straight energy.”
+ Half Moon —
Half Moon’s third Boiler Room session, this time in Los Angeles. On top of co-curation and co-organizing for the night, the flyer was an experiment in 3D work,
reflecting both the colorful physical space we showcased these artists in and the immaterial, ephemeral nature of a livestream.
Rolling Loud —“World’s largest hip-hop festival”
Several collaborative merch designs for Rolling Loud’s 2019 iterations for New York City & the Bay Area. For New York City, a custom throwback logo, printed small on the front chest and large across the back, alongside an Atlas-like graphic by Parks Perdue & colors and organization by Bryan Rivera.
For the Bay Area, a similar throwback logo with modified typography and less-prominent “pool rim” design in the background, with graphics and additional text by Bryan Rivera.
Shade —“what’s the thing that you’re waiting for?”
The first collaborative shirt with Bay Area-based collective Shade, released in 2016. Focused on identity and communication, the front reads a simple question—“what’s the thing that you’re waiting for?”—as the back reads in personal affirmations two parties can approach together in comfort.
The second collaborative shirt with Bay Area-based collective Shade, released in 2018. Centered around the unregistered “service mark” US trademark distinction, Shade is presented as interpersonal action, support, and love, rather than a physical collective or product. The description laid out in the back, as well as the sleeve prints, present the sub-services that Shade can provide in your life, as you share it with those around you.
Girl Rising —“One girl with courage can change the world.”
A non-profit organization focused on ensuring young women around the world have access to education. In support of the Brave Girl Rising short film campaign, their needs included a subset in their website focused on the film, creating and organizing web assets, support in social media graphics, and MPAA compliance.
Mood Ring —“light moving : love feeling”
Flyer for a Scorpio season celebration at one of my personal favorite clubs in Brooklyn. Styled as an old album cover with a soft glow and a typographical excitement.