My senior thesis presentation which explores the recyclability of common packaging materials and peoples access to the processing of those recyclable materials. I collected all of my recyclables for 3 months. I sought to obseve my intake as well as give people a visual understanding of one person's impact. I noticed the vast majority of what I was accumuating was packaging materials.
I wanted to provide a resource distilling information about packaging materials. I hoped that through the learning process participants will become more concious of what packagings they purchase.
Through the creation of the booklet I wanted to demonstrate the labor that goes into the personal, municipal, and production aspects of the recycling loop.
Using the I Wanna Recycle web page (morganlindsey.net/iwannarecycle). Participants can complete the guide and learn what and where materials are accessable to be recycled in their community.
Open House Materials
I was asked to create a bag insert for a bag given away at the College of Communication's 2018 Graduate Open House
I also created a flyer to visualize information gathered in a survey of 2016 College of Communication Graduates. These were placed in folders handed out during the College of Communications 2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Open Houses.
I was asked to rebrand the Boston University News Service.
The journalists wanted the logo to portray the News Service’s philosophy of always pushing forward in their ideology and for a story. This led to the use of Klinic Slab in Medium Oblique.
Poster Zine Hybrid
Text is a quote from Emil Melmoth's statement for his gallery show "A Wander's Dissection".
Images include Emil Melmoth's sculpture work, Jeff Sessions testifying before congress, Donald Trump's head
Selection of email invitations created for the BU Cinematheque series, a regular lecture series hosted by the Film & Television Department.
A typesetting of Julia Kristeva's psycho analytical paper Approaching Abjection. Images and foot notes are personally generated. Perfect bound 72 pages.
Specimine poster for Morma, a typeface of my own creation. Laser etched wood relief printed on Masa rice paper.
It was during the creation of this typeface that I refined my skills using Font Lab Studio 5.
808 Commonwealth Avenue, entrance hallway to the 3rd floor graduate studios.
The phrase is a personal elaboration on the commonly used phrase amoung young people "stay woke".
It was during the process of this work that I learned how to format, execute, and instal vinyl cut prints.