In epic fashion, the DC chapter of CreativeMornings held its fifth birthday party at none other than the Hirshhorn Museum in southwest Washington, D.C. The event coincided with the museum’s Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s exhibition, granting attendees exclusive after-hours access to the exhibit. To create cohesion between the museum’s display and the party, Creative Mornings decided to pursue an 80s theme for the party and its collateral. As a regular volunteer, I conceptualized and designed a variety of print materials in tune with the 80s theme. From quirky paper fortune tellers to letter-pressed PAC-MAN keepsakes, each piece designed for the event was a nod to an iconic era — with a CMDC aesthetic twist.
Additionally, I oversaw the production of and ran a photo booth at the event, giving attendees a chance to let loose and receive a digital keepsake to augment the evening’s physical swag.
ROLES: Design / Photography / Production