On November 15, 2014, Mollie Edgar and I conducted a typography workshop for the Teen Creative Agency at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Quoting Bruno Munari's ABC con Fantasia, we gave each of the seven participants a limited set of modular shapes (culled from the MCA's distinct northern staircase), basic dimensions, and loose instructions to create randomly assigned glyphs. By the end of the two-hour workshop, Eli Adams, Baylee Champion, Diedre Corrigan, Ben Medina, Richard Medina, Amaya Mensinger, and Christopher Molina completed a set of letters and numbers as well as some punctuation. We photographed each character and used these photographs to create a font.

I designed a clear bumper sticker for Trunk Show, a mobile exhibition space often located near Chicago's Eckhart Park.

I did a window display for Medium Cool art book fair 2014.

As a participant in Asterisk Summer School in Tallinn, Estonia, I worked with David Benski, Émilie Ferrat, Sonya Isupova, Sanne Kat, Victoria Langmann, Olga Makaronskaja, Aaron McLaughlin, Federica Romani, Lena Rossbach, Kaspar Sellin, Juuso Siltanen, Tsukasa Tanimoto, Iida Kaisa Urm, Bohye Woo, and Åbäke on a piece of fiction and nonfiction that took the form of a seventeen minute audiobook. Listen here.

Above image by Åbäke

I published an edition of 24 × 18", 500-piece Color Gradient Puzzles.

I designed a catalogue of photographs and writing by the artists Fatima Haider, Nazafarin Lotfi, and Sean Ward for Andrew Rafacz Gallery.

I designed How to Listen to and Understand Fake Music, a book of lectures written by Willy Smart and published by Publication Studio.

I produced a type specimen booklet on the occasion of the Comfort Station's Good ∆ Cheap ∆ Fast publishing workshop, an event hosted by Christopher Roeleveld on October 13, 2013.

I published a zine of thirty-one ink drawings that have passed through Apple's signature vectorizing feature in Mac OS X Lion. High-resolution versions of each drawing are available on Flickr.

I contributed a poster (pictured here, at center) to Erik Brandt's ongoing Ficciones Typografika project.

I pressed my hands into a blue stamp pad and assembled twenty perfect-bound zines.

Archive as Shrine is a story told in nine illustrations about a civilization that keeps all of its cultural objects in one public building. High-resolution versions of each illustration are available on Flickr. Michael Savona designed the cover and titles.