Print / Layout
Mini projects that involve print and layout design, including zines, calendars, and posters.
japan travel diary
I created a travel diary featuring my film photography from summer 2017 in Japan. The Japan I visited in 2017 was remarkable for its blend of serenity and metropolitan hustle, the countless subway trips, and the sense of organized mess. This little book serves more as a way to preserve my memories rather than as a travel guide. Thank you to Seung Bo who helped me recollect the sequence and details of our travels.
le palais bulles posters
This poster series is an ode to Le Palais Bulle's dreamy architecture and use of light and shapes.
One of my favorite things is a simple, analog calendar. I started making my own calendars in 2017 when I was in my dietetic internship and my schedule was hectic, to say the least. I needed something tangible— something I could take with me yet post up on my wall in front of my face, and digital calendars and reminders just didn't satisfy me. Though my first calendars were made for my own practical use, I started enjoying how it looked on my wall, almost like it was a decorative rather than a functional piece.
In 2019, I knew I would be less busy and the way I would look at each day of the month would be different. Rather than as just another day piled with countless of tasks, I wanted to look at the day in its entirety, and mark the completion of each day as a little celebration to myself. This led me to create the 2019 Calendar, a decorative calendar that gives closure to each day with bubbles that you can fill in.
This project serendipitously gained interest from friends and acquaintances and became available for purchase. Thank you to those who bought or showed interest in my calendar.
debunking nutrition myths
As a dietitian in the 21st century, I often get asked about the latest, sometimes silly, fad diets and trends. I don't blame anyone. Nutrition fact finding has become extremely difficult with the sheer amount of information online, mass media, and packaging illusions. This poster series is made for those interested in learning the science and reality behind the most common nutrition myths regarding carbs, fats, juicing, and fasting.