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about the projects. This is a collection of some of my designs tackling significant social issues or making personal commentary. Social activism is an important part of my identity as a person and a designer, and I hope to make an impact with my work and help as many people as possible throughout my career. Whether that's through education or direct change, I simply hope to have a hand in shaping the future for the better.
Law & Ethics (2020)
This is a piece for LMU's typography II class. The intention was to develop a tagline that highlights a significant cause or viewpoint. I abhor the law being used as someone's sole moral grounding, and I wanted to convey that we owe our fellow man before potentially corrupt laws and government systems.
Walls Work (2021)
With this piece, I wanted to highlight the irony of the border wall rhetoric used as an anti-immigration cry. The January 6 insurrection was a show of entitlement, and reeked of hypocrisy.
Supply Chain (2021)
In Social Design, we learned about the significant strain that the supply chain puts on the planet, and were tasked with connecting it to our lives. I attributed it to the water waste that comes from making a cup of tea and boiling too much water.
With this piece, I wanted to celebrate the different identities of my best friends. Being members of the LGBT+ community, women, and people of color, their lives are impacted by the layers of their identity and I hoped to speak on a topic I'm passionate about while also lamenting my love for my support system.