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Hello, I'm Susan.

I'm a designer and photographer involved in a variety of creative projects and custom work. Previously I specialized in logo design and identity work. Right now I'm focused upon a select number of projects that range from products to images. I work with everything from pixels to rusty metal. You can find me in the studio and out on the trail in Boulder, CO.

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Interesting piece by Sidney Lim, done as a dissertation project at Central Saint Martins, in the form of an academic report on the contemporary hipster counterculture and its impact on commercial graphic design. 1.29

Eye charts from around the globe. 1.28

Brandt’s printed photographs are soaked in water collected from his subject matter, highlighting the chemical composition and conditions of the lakes and reservoirs, as well as exploring the processes of traditional photography. Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs. 12.23

Liu Bolin, a Beijing-based artist, is sometimes called “The Invisible Man” because in nearly all his art, Bolin is present yet completely unseen. He aims to draw attention to social and political issues by dissolving into the background. Two links about Liu Bolin’s work: Smithsonian on How does Liu Bolin Make Himself Invisible? and Bolin’s TED talk. 12.23

Robert Longo’s 10ft-wide charcoal drawing of Ferguson police holding back protestors. Untitled (Ferguson) Diptych, 2014. 12.22

Stockholm-based design firm, Söderhavet, took on the challenge of reimagining their home country’s identity. 12.20

“In case you’re wondering: I have no idea what’s up with the G.” A photo collection of lettering in New York City made by Tobias Frere-Jones as he was working on Gotham. 12.10

An identity that has no digital format, but instead exists only in wood. 12.10

Great collection of images of post offices across the United States. 12.10

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