Skye StewartVisual Communication Design
Serico Print Publication
When I had the chance to design my own publication I was ecstatic and knew almost immediately that I wanted to make a quarterly about one of my favorite hobbies: screen printing.Serico (Latin for “ink”) soon took on a strong human narrative and evolved to cover a wide range of printmaking-related topics.
SkanDesign Event Poster
When given the opportunity to design a poster advertising an imagined exhibit of my choosing, I decided to pay homage to my Scandinavian heritage and appreciation for industrial design by creating SkanDesign: an exhibition celebrating Nordic designs from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Despite having entirely different purposes, many objects featured have similar forms and can be combined to form Frankenobjects—a theme that I embraced with compelling results.
Pike Place Map Icons
No day at the Pike Place Market is complete without a trip to the gum wall or the original Starbucks, but—if you’re not familiar with the Market—it can be a hard place to navigate for visitors and locals alike. This symbol set was designed to organize some of the wonderful chaos that is Pike Place, and to bring revenue to Seattle businesses both big and small.
Buffalo Exchange Rebrand
Founded in 1974 by Kerstin Block and her husband Spencer in Tucson, Arizona—Buffalo Exchange has since blossomed to 45 stores across 17 states. Their mission is to help everyone live a fashionable, affordable and sustainable life by helping customers reduce, reuse and recycle their old, gently used clothing.
As a longtime Buffalo Exchange customer and admirer of the company, I wanted to change their image from punky and inconsistent to a cohesive, fun brand that reflects Buffalo Exchange’s Southwestern roots.