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Euphoria Fashion
Book design for A24’s Euphoria Fashion: a deep dive into the costume design and fashion world of hit TV series Euphoria, as written by costume designer Heidi Bivens. The book breaks down the evolution of costumes for the various characters and their character arcs, alternating between deep character costume studies and key episodic write-ups. It also features conversations with cast and crew, original essays by William Van Meter, Mitchell Kuga, José Criales-Unzueta, and Biz Sherbert on high-camp, normcore bondage and Euphoria memes found on Twitter. The book is a 4C-printed clothbound hardcover topped off with rainbow holographic foiled typography, and features a violet-silver Pantone ink throughout.

Euphoria Fashion is now available to purchase from the A24 Shop here.
Written by Heidi Bivens
Published by A24

Designed together with Elana Schlenker
Typography: EK Roumald by Erkin Karamemet
Lightbox photography by Nicholas Alan Cope
Edited by LinYee Yuan  
Head of A24 Publishing: Perrin Drumm
Publishing Operations Manager: Shayan Saalabi
Book design and art direction for A24’s Florida! — a 574-page hyper-local travel guide book to the most far-out state in America. The book features a puffy cover with blocky, eccentric display typography reminiscent of classic Florida postcards (here, a stretched version of Zaft by Jacob J. Wise). The color palette revolves around a “Florida Pink” swatch, a shade of pink that was pulled from the wildlife and architecture of the state. Each chapter of the book corresponds to a different geographical part of the state and begins with a fold-out illustrated map of the locations and landmarks in that chapter. Folios on the side of each page provide strong wayfinding and a sense of location throughout the book. 

Florida! is available to purchase from the A24 Shop here.
Edited by Gabrielle Calise
Published by A24

Designed and art directed with Elana Schlenker
Illustrated by Gabriel Alcaca
Photo editing by Kyra Goldstein 
Special thanks to Shayan Saalabi
Head of A24 Publishing: Perrin Drumm
Skyline Mini Golf
The Walker
Identity design and accompanying illustrations for The Walker’s Skyline Mini Golf 2022 which features a ten-hole, artist-designed course on the rooftop of The Walker. The identity revolves around a golf course of holes and balls suspended in a dreamy summer air. The main display type used across the identity features oversized oval tittles that serves as a further visual nod to the world of golf holes and balls.

The identity was carried out across out-of-home posters in Minneapolis, print collateral for The Walker such free passes and tickets, museum signage, T-shirts, as well as digital ads.
Designed together with Elana Schlenker
Typeface: Elastik C by Benoit Bodhuin
Produced by Jake Yuzna (The Walker)
Thresholds 50: Before | After
MIT School of Architecture
Publication design for the 50th issue of MIT School of Architecture’s peer-reviewed journal, Thresholds. The theme of the issue, “Before | After”, deals with the poignancies of the passage of time, looking backward and forward, at pasts, past futures, and present possibilities. As an allusion to the murky thresholds of “before” and “after”, the book features a neon red PMS spot color that ebbs and flows from the cover art through every single red in the book in fluctuating amounts—whether it’s through archival imagery, present-day photographs, differing gradient floods, handwritten elements, and even the threads in the Swiss-bound spine—serving as a metaphor for in-between moments that hint at the future and remind us that the past is sticky, persistent, and, in many ways, always with us.

Thresholds 50: Before | After can be purchased directly from MIT Press here.
Edited by Jola Idowu, Antonio Pacheco, Ardalan Sadeghikivi, and Meriam Soltan
Published by MIT Press

Lithography by Marjeta Morinc

Meter Magazine
Magazine redesign and art direction for Tracksmith’s Meter Magazine, a longform publication about the hidden side of running culture. Overhauling its original broadsheet format, the redesign sought to lengthen shelf life of the magazine, featuring a printed cloth tape spine with the table-of-contents running off the edges to allow for readers to quickly browse past issues at a glance.  

Past and current issues of the magazine featuring the redesign can be purchased from Tracksmith here.
Edited by Andy Waterman (Tracksmith)
Published by Tracksmith

Designed with Doubleday and Cartwright
Creative direction by Aaron Amaro and Rafa Oliveira (Tracksmith)
Photo edited by Shane Lyons