Tabitha enjoys iteration work. Taking one image or concept and recreating it. This is when the magic happens. Iterating takes large part in Tabitha's creative process. Here, Tabitha iterates Franco Grignani's ad for Alfieri & Lacroix fifty times. The designs begin similar to the original and slowly branch off becoming more abstract, taking details and expanding on them.
The last slice of cake may have been sitting in its box for a few days too long. The last slice of cake is slightly hard all around the edges. It's frosting has the ability to come off as one piece is you chip at it the right way. No matter what, I never get rid of the last slice of cake!
There is a threshold in which I get rid of things. I designed this publication to display some of the things I keep. I present these things through pairings of my own photography, line illustrations, and sonnets. I hand bound both books with a pamphlet stitch and used a variety of printmaking paper for a personal and textural touch.
Tabitha and her awesome team of four other BU students asked how they could use design to ignite a change for the Lower Allston community in Boston, MA. They built a brand and came up design solutions to bring together the community of Lower Allston using several design solutions. Visit their Instagram page where you can see where it all began to the finals steps in the experiment - CLICK HERE
Inspired by her Converse, Tabitha recorded the stories they hold. This is a small double sided poster that folds into a book.