The DSA Dog Caucus put out a call for graphic designers to make fundraising swag. I designed a bandana and shirt, and with the help of other awesome volunteers, we raised $1700 for the Yellow Hammer Fund to provide abortion access in Alabama.
I designed another image for East Bay Forward. This time, it’s YIMBY beavers for the YIMBYtown conference. Beavers are already nature’s engineers. Are they nature’s best neighbors, too?
As a lurker on the East Bay Forward list, I’ve been following the “Mammoth In MacArthur”* project. I was in Barcelona when they put out a call for a t-shirt design. After a day mesmerized by Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família, I had figures like these stuck in my head: On the train to Figueres, I tried […]
To coincide with its rebranding, The Engine Room launched a new library site this month. I designed it in Sketch and built it in gh-pages. It’s proving to be an extendable platform for their many research products.
Because it seems like there’s no shortage of terrible things to organize against, and only so much time to do it, I joined SpaceDog this week to build a microsite for Ultraviolet about anti-abortion terrorism.
This past week, I flew to Berlin to throw down with the Refugees Hackathon.
This week I presented a map of Chinese media memes at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum. I was invited to collaborate by The Civic Beat as a cartographer, but we ended up creating something much bigger than a map.
It’s been a while since I made a map, so here’s a map.
In my second post for The Bold Italic, old-timey illustrations of Oakland’s longest surviving watering holes.