2010 Internship Fair Poster


Otis College of Art and Design


Collaborator: Yasmin Khan


3-color screenprint (teal, magenta + yellow)


18" x 24"


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Typecon 2010

To depart from previous years' image-based concepts we designed a typographically driven piece. Two original, custom typefaces communicate
a theme of making connections.

2010 Poster (detail)


This close-up view features Erin's customized typeface. The odd ligatures emphasize the unexpected connections
and opportunities that arise during an interview.

2010 Poster (detail)


A close-up view of Yasmin's bitmap-style Bifur. The text is advice for interviewees written in sms shorthand.

2009 Internship Fair Poster


Otis College of Art and Design


Collaborator: Yasmin Khan


3-color screenprint (fluorescent orange, fluorescent pink + charcoal grey)


18" x 24"


The poster design combines mundane office supplies with vivid patterns to represent
an exciting and fantastical intern desk where possibi-
lities are boundless. We used the scanner to "photograph" supply assemblages, preferring to capture the imperfections of the handmade constructions rather than creating computer originated montages.

2009 Poster (detail)


2009 Poster (detail)


2007 Internship Fair Poster


Otis College of Art and Design


Collaborator: Yasmin Khan


3-color screenprint (fluorescent pink, aqua + black)


18" x 24"


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Typecon 2010
Omage, 2008

To communicate the distinctive qualities of Otis and its seven majors, we created illustrations of each discipline's tools—pushpins, needle and thread, rulers, pencils and more—to create a diorama-like fantasy world.

2007 Poster (detail)


180°: U-Turns from the Intersection of Design + Culture Series Poster


AIGA LA + Otis College of Art and Design, 2008


Collaborator: Ana Llorente


3-color screenprint (fluorescent yellow, red + fluorescent pink)


18" x 24"


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Omage, 2008

180° poster commemorated the inaugural lecture in a series of conversations between strangers with divergent points of view. The poster’s design speculates how these speakers might share and find common ground. It features drawings of imaginary two-person chairs that, if real, would require the speakers to play nice and share the spotlight.

Poster (Process)


A selection of Erin's "2-headed monster" drawings became the poster's background pattern.

Poster (Detail)