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ODUMUNC program

My redesign of the program for the annual Old Dominion University Model United Nations Conference (ODUMUNC) was published last month. The project began in summer of last year and was supervised by Dr. Aaron Karp of the ODU Political Science & Geography Department in his capacity as Director of the event. The 6.5 x 8.5, […]

30 Covers, 30 Days

This November, I was one of the designers participating in the National Novel Writing Month‘s annual “30 Days, 30 Covers” event. The writers must write a complete novel over the month, then the designer has three days to devise a cover for the selected book. My cover features an image of an artwork by Marcella […]

IEPA lecture flier

This is the latest announcement I produced for the ODU organization Institute for Ethics and Public Affairs (IEPA). I’ve been the designer for IEPA since its founding and devised the logo and format for materials.

Humanities identity

I’ve created an identity for the Old Dominion University Institute of the Humanities. This is a program that “promotes interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis on critical theory and cultural studies, allows students to pursue individualized programs of study that incorporate classes from across departments within the College.” Other institutions call these kind of programs Interdisciplinary […]

Our symbol:

The hexahexaflexagon

is the symbol-artifact of Ephemeral States. It is a folding paper object composed of 19 equilateral triangles that displays six different faces of six triangles. Three of the faces will open to two other faces, the other three will open to one. To view a short video on how to flex a hexahexaflexagon click here.

Our flag:

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