Esquire Logo Project
For a special portfolio edition of Esquire Magazine 12 designers were asked to re-imagine the identity of one of America's longest running publications. This logo is built from 300 year-old lazer-engraved Oregon Black Walnut recovered from the Willamette Valley. Packed with Oregon moss, I built a crate and mailed the 60lb. logo to Esquire offices in NYC, where it now resides.

GOOD Neighborhood Issue
GOOD Magazine asked a bundle of designers around the country to make a flag of their neighborhoods for the Neighborhood Issue. Then GOOD linked up the flags with the wiki article on the hood. Photo by Nicole Lavelle.