Month: July, 2012

That’s a long time.

The Englert Theatre is kicking off their Centennial Celebration with a series of events this fall here in Iowa City. Together we’re working on some materials to promote these shows that help mark their 100 years… and here are a couple posters from the first batch of goods! More to come.



We drove to Toronto a couple months ago with a group of friends so Heath could present a paper at this conference. We also ate dragonfruit at Karine’s in the best food court I’ve ever seen–which I was reminded of when I came across these food drawings from Erin Jang.

(that’s Christopher.)

Willem Henri Lucas

I’ve been admiring these posters from Willem Henri Lucas–the Chair of the Design Media Arts Department at UCLA:


Otis College of Art and Design – 2007 Lecture Series

Romeo and Juliet

Dangers of Fracking

I’ve never seen a site or an infographic quite like this one before. Dangers of Fracking was designed and coded by Linda Dong on behalf of raising awareness for the FRAC Act (Fracturing Responsibility and Awareness of Chemicals Act)–requiring the energy industry to disclose all chemicals used in fracturing fluid as well as repeal fracking’s exemption from the Safe Drinking Water Act. Linda created a one-page scrolling website–an interactive infographic which details, rather simply, the process of Hydraulic Fracturing. Some of her research photos from her personal site are below, but you really need to check out the website itself to get the whole picture.

New site!

Just got my new website up—and in the process completely deleted the past three years of blog posts. Ohhh, whaddya gonna do? I suppose I have some backups on my computer from a couple months ago, but instead of dealing with it, I’ll just start anew. So here’s the new home to… whatever it is that I post. But more importantly, take a peek at the new work at the same home when you have a chance.