Wednesday, March 31, 2010

yara designed a “meurto” family tree. each niche includes a symbol representing the occupation of the deceased–dog and cat included.

emily designed a creche titled “the birth of consumerism”. choose your own baby jesus, and she also included some party crashers if the traditional scene does not work for you.

david designed a series of totems from the “museum of the lost and found”. each totem represents objects that are commonly lost.

mike's interest in philosophy led him to design an ancient city built on a
hierarchical system.

crissy designed a package in the form of a newspaper. the package contains the city and instructions for construction.

Sunday, March 28, 2010


This was one of the successful projects this semester. Ben Clark designed a paper store based on the appeal of American Apparel. It may be a paper store of cool hipster fashion, but the project is really all about attitude and a critique of empty consumer culture. It comes complete with clothes to cut and assemble, photos of models wearing tight pants and xtreme v's, and all kinds of attitude.