Selected Projects

Form is a conceptual project on a company that sells mid-century-inspired modern furniture, essential for any living room space. From pillows to sofas and lamps, Form emphasizes luxury and comfort. At the same time, Form re-conceptualizes the convention of comfort by challenging modern design foundations, giving readers a new perspective on functional design applications. The main part of their identity is presented through their catalog. However, what differentiates this catalog from others is how it has unusual ways of displaying its furniture.
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Electrified: 50 Years of Electric Factory is a three-month-long exhibition (September 2023 - December 2023) that celebrates the impact of the Philadelphia-based Electric Factory and Electric Factory Concerts from the late 1960s to the 2010s. The exhibition spans three-quarters of the Paul Peck Alumni Center and a majority of the first and third floors of the Bossone Research Enterprise Center. From Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Born to Run’ guitar to original posters, photographs, and concert apparel, this exhibition emphasizes the vibrant nature of one of the largest concert venues.
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Every year, the Graphic Design Program at Drexel University celebrates the accomplishments of seniors by highlighting their exceptional design projects in a Senior Showcase. This year focuses on the Class of 2023. The showcase aims to bring the class and other community members like Drexel University Professors, Faculty, Alumni, Job Recruiters, and Friends and Family of the students together for each student’s hard work and success.
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The Shops at Liberty Place is an urban retail center located in the heart of the Center City shopping district. Located in the food court area of the building, the 29-foot-long mural was designed to capture Philadelphia's most iconic motifs, quotes, monuments, and locations to invite Philadelphia visitors and locals into the shared space.
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Hung Liu was a Chinese-born American contemporary artist that was known for her interpretive paintings of historical Chinese photographs. Her painting subjects included prostitutes, refugees, street performers, soldiers, laborers, and prisoners. Highlighting themes of displacement, social class in China, and identity among immigrants, Hung Liu challenged historical Chinese photography by subjecting them to the reflective process of painting. Her work eroded memory and the passage of time while also bringing the images to life through such rich paintings.
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HOTPOT TOGETHER is a casual DIY hotpot cooking experience that includes unique tools and ingredients specific to making a hotpot meal: a ladle, sauce plates, a hotpot soup base, and dried lotus root. Each object is placed in a divider to protect, enhance, and display itself for an upscale retail market. The round exterior box was made using corrugated cardboard to showcase the intimate experience of cooking this delicious, hot meal.
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The Rosenbach is a Philadelphia historical museum and library that contains nearly 400,000 rare books, manuscripts, and historical objects. Their mission is to foster education and creative learning for individuals through their various exhibitions, programs, and research. This rebranding project is an evolution of its current branding system, preserving core elements and elevating its visual presence.
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