A deep dive into graphic design theory and history led me to create an immersive typographic environment that appeals to the senses. In this space, 10ft tall typography becomes architectural and surreal as it appears and vanishes into the walls of a gallery space. The inspiration for this environment is based on my interpretation Shel Silverstein's Poem, "Invitation," and reflections authentic interpersonal connections. In preparation, I created a model (shown above) for the exhibition, "Who Wants to Know Me!?"
The process of this work was a huge undertaking. Emphasis on implementing creative technology guided the work towards unexpected results, and moments of glorious success. This work pushed the boundaries of graphic design expectations. Graphic design does not have to exist within the limitation of a 2D environment— the 3D environment presents new opportunities to create more meaningful, designed experiences.
Special thank you to my friends, family, mentors, and classmates for your support and encouragement. You all have helped tremendously in making this wild idea come to life.