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This year I went on vacation to NYC for the first time. The whole experience was amazing; as a graphic designer, as an illustrator, and as a girl who likes to have fun! Every corner there was something to photograph.
New York is so alive, so iconic. I wanted to capture all of the city in this illustrated map :)
The artsy Fremont neighborhood ("Center of the Universe") features a number of pieces of interesting public art. Take the self-guided walking tour to stop and admire all the sights. If you visit in the summer, you can catch the annual Solstice Fair and Parade for an even bigger art fix.
New Jersey has a rich history of weirdness; it is a rite of passage to go out with friends and test and rediscover old legends. Whether it's driving down Whipporwill in Middletown or hunting the Pineland's own Jersey devil himself - this map is simply an homage to every local living legend, haunted location, or something thats just plain weird. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Sarah Jane Moore; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
Everday objects in a college student's bedroom abstractly expressed through patterns, from Dust Bunny corner to Counting Sheep Mattress. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Eric Bubas; College: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
I chose to create a map from my personal experience of running in Philadelphia. I targeted the most popular and eye-catching places and environments to run through! It was such a fun time creating this map and I hope it inspires people in the Philadelphia area to try out these great trails! Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Cyrena McIlvee; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University