letterhead, envelope, business card, and anniversary monograph
To commemorate an important milestone, the thirtieth year of the Cornell in Rome program, a new school image is introduced. Clean, functional, and confident, the new branding reinstates the study abroad institution’s illustrious history, from its humble roots to its current influence. Unique and forward-looking, yet undeniably Cornell: the Rome program receives a new Italian suit.
On display at the “Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All” exhibition at the St. Mary’s College Museum of Art in Morago, California.
A response to the murder of Cedrick Chatman.
Too many black men have been shot in America while running away from police. You are five times more likely to die from police gunfire as an unarmed black male than as an unarmed white male. What if there was a tool that could change your appearance as you begin to run? Would that sudden change in complexion cause confusion, hesitation, increasing your chance of survival?
*figure from Washington Post analysis of 2015 police shootings