A detailed poster introducing the history and function of turntable also highlighting the process of producing a vinyl record. To See more information, check our website CCT 506 Turntable
Banksy hails street art as the “most honest art form available.” He celebrates street art because “this is the first time the essentially bourgeois world of art has belonged to the people.” This poster aims to give you a sense of his famous works.
As part of the editorial team, my role is to take and edit photos to ensure the content is related to each section and vividly describe the Georgetown CCTers life.
NPR was revolutionary and from the beginning, it was defined by in-depth reporting and commitment to public service and the mission to "speak with many voices". With this NPR history project, you can 'unreal' the early days of NPR's past. I served as graphic designer and marketing lead of this project and worked with NPR historian Julie Rogers and researcher Brin Winterbottom.
This guide is part of a series to quickly inform and educate on the technical and potential handling issues that are found on different types of open reel tape stock in the NPR archival collection.
Annual event held at Georgetown University to expose members of the Georgetown and DC community to thought - provoking and playful forms of art and new media.
Worked with NPR historian Julie Rogers to design the information card when she interviews with any notable employee at NPR.
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I'm in charge of curation and graphic design for this special exhibition located at NPR headquarters. Collaborated with NPR historian Julie Rogers and researcher Brin Winterbottom.
All data included in these word clouds came from Artemis --- NPR's digital archive of audio stories and transcripts from the 1970s to today.