Theorgraphs Selected works that explore the visual and intellectual relationships between theory, concept, narrative and style.

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Amplify, Signify, Analyze.
Amplify, Signify, Analyze makes use of visual metaphor, postmodern typography and technological advancements that transformed teaching methodologies. The combination of a slide magnification device, bitmap technology and 3-dimensional wire framing aids in depicting important milestones in creative education.

A Critical Dismantling
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Objective Reality
Objective Reality makes use of curvilinear forms, postmodern typography and the remains of calcified organic matterto represent the mind’s ability to utilize complex thought and inductive reasoning to distinguish the objective from that which is sensory. The interconnected elements transition from physical objects, to graphic representation, to abstracted metaphor. The piece combines grayscale photography with graphic illustration and hand-inked / digital typography.

Con_verted.
A social awareness poster ...

No Drone
No Drone was created in protest of unregulated drone attacks responsible for many civilian deaths. The poster merges an aesthetic of early anti-war collages, yet tackles a very modern kind of warfare. The primary image appears to be that of a topographic landscape, but upon closer inspection, the landscape is revealed to be a pair a weathered tombstones—a foreshadowing of impending execution from above.

Archived Enlightenment
Archived Enlightenment explores the processes and methods of compressing, retaining and retrieving information from both the physical and digital environments. The combination of a segmented (or layered) context, implied physicality, virtual space, storage compartmentalization, deconstruction, and skeletel remains, all aid in depicting the compression and retrieval of information—be it through time or technology.

Worry. Discomfort. Fear.
A social awareness poster that visually and emotionally represents the intense fear and discomfort of living with social anxiety disorder. Making use of high-contrast vertical repetition, the poster creates negative feelings commonly associated with anxiety through heightened awareness and a sense of inescapable déjà vu. The relationships created by the strong verticals and repetitive layering are meant to induce an atmosphere of tension, disorientation, captivity and visual overstimulation.

Archived Enlightenment
Archived Enlightenment explores the processes and methods of compressing, retaining and retrieving information from both the physical and digital environments. The combination of a segmented (or layered) context, implied physicality, virtual space, storage compartmentalization, deconstruction, and skeletel remains, all aid in depicting the compression and retrieval of information—be it through time or technology.