MOOSH is a speculative pop-up selling trip kits containing psychadelic mushroom tea and a passport containing helpful trip suggestions and safety information. The passport and tea are packaged in branded kits that also contain a flavor tincture and sticker to cover your phone screen. My team and I walked customers through the selection process and showed them the different varieties stocked by MOOSH. 

I created the visual identity and helped conceptualize the product over the course of a semester in my grad program.



















The Free Nashville Poetry Library is a community reading room and poetry collection featuring over 3000+ titles. I not only designed the logo, graphics, and merch, but also printed the shirts and engraved custom-made pocket knives using a tattoo machine. For their first few months of programming, I designed posters for readings and performances held in the space.








MERRY XMAS GOOD LUCK
16x20
oil on panel





SOUND LIKE A BUTTERFLY SMELL LIKE A BUTTERFLY
8x12
oil on panel




WHERE MY HUG
10x10
oil on panel




HE MAD!!!
8x10
oil on panel





various forms hand-molded from cooling wax; the larger pieces were poured into the adjustable silicone mold shown below.








I screenprinted these wax panels and manipulated the images with a heat gun. the scantrons are a reference to my dad's immigration saga as referenced in the 'identity theft' project, and the 3rd panel shown is a line drawing of the clip-art family crest seen under 'I.T. prints' below





shirt and sweatshirt designed and printed for California College of the Arts, sold at their campus book/art store Arch:


design for Snooper sold on their 2022 tour:







designed, dyed, and printed with Maria Cardenas for the SF MOMA book bazaar: shirts dyed with ceremonial kumkum powder (made from turmeric and slaked lime) that I collected from various temples throughout the andha pradesh region of india. these shirts were made for my parents ongoing 'temple tour' wherein every two weeks they visit a different hindu temple in the united states and india; the dates and locations are listed on the back.






designed, dyed, and printed for the Free Nashville Poetry Library:





The frenetic style of these posters references the vernacular style of Southasian street art and advertisements. The graphics are from auto-rickshaw decals and Southasian clip-art, and each poster references an aspect of my dad's immigration saga as told to me in a multi-day interview chronicled in the 'Identity Theft' book.