wobble — Ohio University Graphic Design, 2016
As seniors, we have the opportunity to research, design, and exhibit a personal creative project during our last Spring Semester as Undergrads. A major part of the year revolves around the Senior exhibition. We come together as a class to share our own ideas and methodologies within the practice of graphic design.
Wobble challenges the status quo. It indicates the physicality of our body of work, embraces interdisciplinary practices, and references the instability of existing constructs as applied both to the field of graphic design and society as a whole.
Our intention is to alter perceptions, allowing the opportunity for new insights, ideas, and explorations.
The look and feel for the exhibition was creatively directed by Myself and Kelsey Pohl. Screen printing and production assistance by Eli Flannagan, Nasra Mohamed, and Evan Taylor.
4 layer silk screen
Rotis Semi Sans, Rotis Sans Serif
French Paper Co. Pop-Tone, Whip Cream 100#
A3 , 11.7" × 16.5"