visual identity, campaign materials
the strong and compact "DNVR F15HT" logo anchors these campaign materials with a punch that reflects the seriousness of effort made by these low-wage workers. orange and navy capitalize on local football pride while spanish and english translations reflect the diversity of the group. a strongly unified visual approach lends credibility and solidarity to their struggles for a living wage and respect in the workplace.
collaborators: michael enriquez and jeremy al-haj; alli sevaried
24" × 36" // one-color silkscreen // edition of 50
this poster confronts the viewer viscerally by making an emotional, then rational, appeal. these are flesh-and-blood humans, not just images on a newscast or statistics. the individual first names connect with the single torso to shift understanding from an individual to multiple lives; a seemingly unending list. finally, the detail text notes the specifics of the issue – that all of these individuals were unarmed when killed by the police and details of their killing.
collaborator: myles thompson
two excerpts from a 20-minute film exploring our various relationships with animals. this was a personal exploration of how various storytelling devices like animation, voice-over, typography, and live action footage can be sequenced in an effective and memorable manner.