Kiosk is a semi-annual art and literature magazine compiled by design students at the University of Kansas. This semester’s unifying theme was “Figures,” bringing in art and design decisions related to the human body. The sinuous, hand-drawn lettering references muscle tissue; the color palette is soft and nude.
Winner Best Use of Type, Dallas National Student Show 2015
Featured in AIGA Kansas City AXII Exhibition
Part of my role leading the magazine also included reinvigorating Kiosk's internet presence. Though a longstanding tradition at the university, the magazine was widely unknown to the student population and losing art submissions. By continuing the brand's art direction to social media, the magazine following increased.