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STEFANIE TAM

INFORMATION

A designer/artist
based in New Haven, CT.
Get in touch to chat!

She's keen on archives,
communication between
web/print, and haiku.

emailare.naigcv

updated: 08.08.19

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TINY TECH ZINES EVENT POSTER

“THAT-I.DO/NOT_THINK?I=KNOW_
WHAT&I_DO_NOT=KNOW" (2019)

THE PAPER MIXTAPE MAGAZINE

GRAPHITE ISSUE 10: TRANSIT

LA ART BOOK FAIR
X UCLA COLLECTIVE

A LOVE LETTER
TO LOS ANGELES

MISCELLANEOUS
POSTERS II

HTTP://OFPLACE.INFO
WEBSITE + BOOK

FROM WASTE TO CHANGE:
SUSTAINABILITY + ACTIVISM

WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES
DANCE: FIRST HAND DANCE

GOODS + SERVICES: A 3D
PRODUCT CATALOGUE

UCLA ARTS CELEBRATION
INTERACTIVE PHOTOZINE

THIS IS NOTHING AND
EVERYTHING



Tiny Tech Zines (TTZ) is a Los Angeles zine fair focused on technology. Silicon Valley has long been the dominant force behind technological innovation in the U.S., perpetuating technologies that often fail to serve marginalized communities in meaningful ways. TTZ is an accessible space to use zines, art, and workshops to collectively reveal and counter the weaknesses seen in tech.

TTZ is inspired by the original New York Tech Zine Fair created by Mimi Onuoha and Taeyoon Choi.
Organizers: Rachel Simanjuntak, Tristan Espinoza, Tyler Yin.

Poster Design: Stefanie Tam & Tyler Yin; 100 copies; Riso printed; 11"x17"



Through the lens of the words, “CONSUME”, “DIGEST”, and “PRODUCE”, “that-i.do/not_think?I=know_what&I_do_not=know” (2019) examines the nature of human interaction with information in today's physical and digital spaces.

Artist: Stefanie Tam; Web Development: S.T. & Tyler Yin; Special Thanks to: Rebeca Mendez, Tyler Yin, Israel Gutierrez, Dong Hye Kim, Angeline Wong, Peter Tam, and Chandler McWilliams

Installation: 54"x6'2"x2'; Book: 8.5"x11", 292 pages, 3 copies; Website: consumedigestproduce.us



The Paper Mixtape is an LA based biannual arts & culture publication.

Issues 08 and 09 feature articles from 35 contributors chronicling Los Angeles.
Editor in Chief: Annika Karody; Creative Direction, Publication Design, Web Design: Stefanie Tam.

500 copies; 8"x10"; 120 pages



Graphite is a Los Angeles-based student arts organization dedicated to producing critical and creative projects in an integrated physical and digital space. Graphite publishes an annual journal that responds to a theme or proposal that is crafted to provoke a reorientation around contemporary events and ideas.

Issue 10 features works from 34 contributors in response to the theme of TRANSIT. Editor in Chief: Haley Penn; Publication Designer: Stefanie Tam.

400 copies; 6"x9"; 160 pages



Event collateral for Printed Matter's Annual Los Angeles Art Book Fair in 2019. For UCLA Collective's booth.

500 copies; 11"x17"



A documentation of the Fashion, Flower, and Toy Districts
of DTLA--an attempt to capture the multiculturalism, vibrance,
and exuberance of LA.

8"x11"



Ephemeral explorations of type, color, and composition.

11"x17"



HTTP://OFPLACE.INFO/ is the result of an extensive surveillance collection of Google Maps satellite images. With choices dictated by randomization, pre-established rules, curiosity, and intuition, ://OFPLACE. archives 600 images of 20 different cities.

book: 6"x6"; website: http://ofplace.info



From Waste to Change is a designed activism and sustainability project containing two triptych poster series, a book documenting a week's worth of waste, and a sticker packet to record your changed wasteful habits.

book: 6"x9.5", 3"x4.25"; posters: 24"x36", 18"x24"



Design Collateral for UCLA's World Arts and Culture Dance Department's Annual First Hand Dance concert.

20"x30", 8.5"x11", 2.5"x6"



TPM MAG Issue 7 select spreads. Front/Back cover design by TPM Design Director, Sophia Arriola. Features photos, artwork, and words by Ciara Mandich, Jade McKenzie, Max Huang, Joyce Ding, Lisa Aubry, and Marion Moseley.

8"x10"



GOODS + SERVICES is a 3D product catalogue of the future! G+S archives the cost, description, location, and post date of 49 Craigslist items over the span of 5 issues, each with a relative insert. Each item has a 3D modeled representation that's accessible through the Augment app in combination with the print issues.

8.5"x11", 5.25"x6.75"



An interactive photoshoot with live-printed, personally customized zines for the attendees of the UCLA's School of the Arts and Architecture 2017- 2018 Celebration.

Approximately 70 unique zines were produced for the two hour event.
Photo direction by Hannah Burnett.

11"x17" / 4.25"x5.5"



This is Nothing and Everything (Thing Thing)
is a photozine printed on newsprint.

8"x9"



A translation of written streams of conscious to a visual language resulting in an ongoing series of posters. The creation of these posters is spontaneous and organic in its exploration of my arising thoughts on myself in relation to the encompassing world.

11"x17"



TPM MAG Issue 6 select spreads. Front/Back cover design featuring my image by TPM Design Director, Sophia Arriola. Features photos, artwork, and words by Adam Araiza, Marion Moseley, Anna Lee, Claire Moon, and Cam Vernali.

8"x10"



2017-2018 calendar design for UCLA's Design Media Arts graduate students.

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TINY TECH ZINES EVENT POSTER
"THAT-I.DO/NOT_THINK?I=KNOW_
WHAT&I_DO_NOT=KNOW" (2019)
THE PAPER MIXTAPE MAGAZINE
GRAPHITE ISSUE 10: TRANSIT
LA ART BOOK FAIR X UCLA COLLECTIVE: DMA & IS
A LOVE LETTER TO LA
HTTP://OFPLACE.INFO
BOOK + WEBSITE
FROM WASTE TO CHANGE:
SUSTAINABILITY + ACTIVISM
MISCELLANEOUS POSTERS II
WORLD ARTS AND CULTURES DANCE: FIRST HAND DANCE
GOODS + SERVICES: A 3D PRODUCT CATALOGUE
UCLA ARTS CELEBRATION INTERACTIVE PHOTOZINE
THIS IS NOTHING AND EVERYTHING
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