A collaborative effort, this edition of Kiosk magazine thematically centered on making and breaking the grid–using images and words, then reassembling them in interesting and evocative ways. This resulted in unique juxtapositions to enhance and narrate each work. Produced by students, Kiosk is a semi-annual award-winning publication featuring the art and literature of undergraduate students at the University of Kansas. Working with a team of five designers, I conceptualized new ways of interpreting selected art, photography, and creative writing. Together, we manipulated and created a cohesive narrative of the work.
My Role: Editorial Design, Direction
AIGA 9 Awards 2014:
Juror's Choice — Jennifer Sukis of Frog Seattle