Fresh Eats Food Shuttle—Redefining Food Deserts
22/01/15 Blog , Branding , Conceptual , Experimental

Fresh Eats Food Shuttle—Redefining Food Deserts

Just nearly a year ago I went to see Jon Fasman from The Economist speak in Atlanta about “why it’s expensive to be poor“, and he spoke specifically about food deserts. This was a concept I’d never heard of before—in nutshell, a food desert is an area of a city or town where the residents don’t have reasonable access to fresh meat and produce. Specifically, they live in a region that is more than one mile away from a grocery store. Usually, these residents only have access to crappy mini marts with Honey Buns and Twinkies as their sustenance. They can’t call Uber (and even if they can, a $15 trip is precious cash to a low income family), and when they do make the trek to a grocery store, it takes several hours of grueling transit that could be spent doing other things.

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Inspiration Fridays: Paper Quilling
11/12/14 Blog , Branding , Conceptual , Experimental , Inspiration

Inspiration Fridays: Paper Quilling

Paper quilling is such a crazy, amazing little medium—it must take hours to make every piece, and they’re so fragile and delicate. Instead of trying to do it myself, here’s a round up of my favorite examples.

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Design That Didn’t Make It: Afternoon Delight
02/10/14 Blog , Branding , Lettering

Design That Didn’t Make It: Afternoon Delight

We throw a Paste party every year at CMJ (College Music Journal, I like to describe it as the SXSW of New York, or the Billboard of college radio) and this year I’ll be doing all of the materials for it. The event was initially titled Afternoon Delight—we ended up changing the name to The Paste Parlour, but I still loved this design!

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