a series of postcards about some meals that were memorable particularly because of the conversations.
For this project, I walked around the RISD campus and into each department's work space to capture the different scenes that not many people see, even the students, because of the separation of facilities. Not only did I end up with many drawings, but I found myself coming across friends I haven't spoken to since freshman year, and feeling a familiarity with a variety of spaces and machines.
for this zine, I remembered certain times I've spent with two of my siblings, and recreated them into scenes, each with a separate sticker page.
the viewer then could use the stickers to create the scenes however they wish, then place the empty sticker sheet onto the word puzzle on the back of the image, revealing a secret word.
my pet mouse
For a 50 series drawing project, I chose an active subject matter, sometimes too active. My pet mouse, Button, constantly made the drawing process difficult, and proved to be the worst model according to typical drawing class standards. But I soon came to embrace her inattentiveness, and attempted to capture her variety of expressions and vivacity with each simple drawing.