This site is for a pet rehabilitation hospital in Chicago. It’s packed with playful, colorful graphic illustrations and has cool, useful features like a personalized treatment timeline for each patient.
SoundLab allows a space to be listened to before it is built—immersing the listener in a perfect emulation of real world environments. Graphics for an event put together by Arup and SPUR.
Identity for a yoga studio that just opened up in our neighborhood here in Chicago. This t-shirt is one of a bunch of pieces with the new logo.
Logo for a telephony software company. Brekeke is the Hungarian word for the sound a frog makes.
Two from a series of posters promoting Audioform, a think tank that designs interfaces and architectures for signal processing effects for digital audio software.
This book by the National Academy of Sciences celebrates the intersection of art and science, pairing their amazing collection of painting, prints, sculpture, photography, and architecture with essays by art and science thought-leaders.
Alloy is an online shop to “get design into people’s hands.” The logo illustrates the idea behind the name “Alloy:” the coming-together of two things, graphic design and everyday products.
TON offers custom architectural designs through packages on its web site—a cross between a product and a service. Hazen designed this clean, modern ecommerce site as well as the company’s identity.