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AFROPUNK Festival

Finalist 2018
AFROPUNK Festival

AFROPUNK Festival is a music festival/human rights movement, described by the New York Times as “the most multicultural festival in the US.”

The word AFROPUNK has become synonymous with an open-minded, non-conforming and unconventional community, placing the institution at the epicenter of urban culture inspired by alternative music. 

My challenge was to find a way to introduce their voice as a music festival and human rights movement at the same time. And create an identity system that is very unique and has social impact.

BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia

Finalist 2018
BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia

Graphic design student Tais Ghelli aimed to explore the boundaries of transmedia design with an exhibition on Brazilian Brutalist Architecture. Using the Cannibalist Manifesto—which guided much of the Brazilian modernist movement—as a starting point, Ghelli sought to create a language (and ultimately a space) that translated the tensions, vitality and boldness of the works produced during this period.

ESI Design Renovates Portland’s Historic Power + Light Building

ESI Design Renovates Portland’s Historic Power + Light Building

Oregon’s Public Service Building, built in 1928, was designed by renowned West Coast architect A.E. Doyle. The building was once the home of Portland’s main power station and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was recently renovated by ESI Design (New York) for the building’s owner, real estate investment firm Beacon Capital.

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