The Processing Foundation’s 2023 publication Processing Community Catalog rigorously archives 20 years of the Foundation’s activities and features over 600 contributions from coders, artists, organizers, and educators from around the world.
ST designed the publication at New Information under the creative direction of Dave Yun for editors Lauren Lee McCarthy, Casey Reas, and Qianqian Ye.
Tyler Yin’s 2023 Zine working_hours/ is a time-based poem meditating on labor, uncertainty, and visibility. Encrypted and stored in a physical zine as handwritten code and printed images, the work only becomes legible after a user manually and laboriously reproduces the piece as instructed.
ST designed the zine, poster, and website for artist Tyler Yin and publisher Lucky Risograph.
Monacelli Press’s 2022 publication Listening to Clay records interviews with contemporary Japanese ceramic artists Hayashi Yasuo, Mishima Kimiyo, Morino Hiroaki Taimei, Kohyama Yasuhisa, Miyashita Zenji, Miwa Ryushiko, Koike Shoko, Ogawa Machiko, Fukami Sueharu, Kakurezaki Ryuichi, Miwa Kyusetsu XIII, Kaneta Masanao, Akiyama Yo, Yagi Akira, Kitamura Junko, and Kitamura Junko.
ST designed the publication at New Information under the creative direction of Dave Yun for editor Jenny Florence and authors Alice North, Halsey North, and Louise Allison Cort. Taya Mariko and Richard Goodbody photographed the publication’s images. AIGA awarded the publication for 2022’s 50 Books | 50 Covers.
Preliminary Research Office’s 2022 website showcases its rigorous architectural practice through archival naming and film-like layouts.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for Preliminary Research Office partners Yaohua Wang and Chloe Brunner. Lorraine Li developed the website.
Harvard University GSD’s 2022 publication Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech documents the 2018 exhibition, Inscriptions. The exhibition explores the cultural engagements of architecture’s origins by surveying 112 architectural practices and their 750 submitted images.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for editors Andrew Holder, K Michael Hays, and Marielle Suba. AIGA awarded the publication for 2021’s 50 Books | 50 Covers.
The Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture’s 2022 temporary website Spitzer Unit System features the unit listing of a two semester-long teaching, research, and design environment.
ST designed the temporary website with New Information under the creative direction of Dave Yun for program chair Frank Melendez. Cold Rice developed the website.
Capricious Publishing’s 2021 publication Hello Future is a sticker photo book that features the culmination of Farah Al Qasimi’s photographic, performance, and film practice. Farah’s work examines post-colonial structures of power, gender, and aesthetics in the Persian Gulf states and the United States.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for editors Sophie Morner and Anika Sabin and photographer Farah Al Qasimi. AIGA awarded the publication for 2021’s 50 Books | 50 Covers and the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation awarded the publication for the 2021 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist.
The Queens Museum’s 2022 website connects the past to the present by surfacing the Museum’s history and their past and present exhibitions, events, and programming.
ST designed the website at New Information under the creative direction of Dave Yun for president and executive director Sally Tallant. Cold Rice developed the website.
Whitney Museum of American Art’s 2022 publication Quiet as It’s Kept catalogs an alphabetical list of the artists and their respective works from the Whitney Biennial 2022. The exhibition shares the works of intergenerational and interdisciplinary artists who explore cultural, aesthetic, and political possibilities within America.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for curators Adrienne Edwards and David Breslin.
Instagram’s 2020 website 10 Product Principles is an internal interactive microsite and drawing tool that highlights Instagram’s ten product principles—principles that continue to guide their team’s decisions.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for Instagram. Yeon Ryoo developed the website. Melanie Shih-Lan Tjoeng, Ulysses Ortega, and Guarionex Rodriguez, Jr. photographed the website’s images.
YeP YeP’s 2021 publication is an art and fashion magazine that features seven experimental Hong Kong artists/creators and their perspectives on identity in Hong Kong.
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for YeP YeP founder Kenny X. Li.
La Biennale di Venezia’s 2021 website for Cyprus Pavilion introduces the show Anachoresis: Upon Inhabiting Distances. Anachoresis addresses “the spatial experiences that occur when inhabiting distances becomes a paradigm for the development of new socialities.”
Designed at Studio Lin, Art Direction: Studio Lin for curators Era Savvides, Nasios Varnavas, Marina Christodoulidou, and Evagoras Vanezis. Lorraine Li developed the website.
ST designed the publication for p5.js founder and publication editor Lauren Lee McCarthy.
TTZ’s 2019 exhibition Tiny Tech Zine Fair centered the relationship between marginalized communities and technology through the exchange of zines, workshops, and lectures.
ST designed the exhibition identity for organizers Tyler Yin, Rachel Simanjuntak, and Tristan Espinoza.
Wax Studios’s 2019 website Wax Radio is an internet radio station that hosts shows Dear Shredder, The Black Pool New York Podcast, WeSurf BIPOC Surf Talk, Swell Season, brandname™, and more.
ST designed the website with Wax Studios under the creative direction of Dave Yun and Zak Klauck. Cold Rice developed the website.
UCLA DMA & MLIS’s 2019 exhibition at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair shared the collective work of undergraduate and graduate students that explored the physical and conceptual affordances of the book arts.
ST designed the exhibition identity for organizer and curator Dianne Weinthal.
Graphite Journal and Hammer Museum’s 2019 publication Transit addresses the omnipresence of infrastructures, histories of colonization, industrialization, and migration.
ST designed the publication for editor Haley Penn. Various Los Angeles-based artists contributed to the publication.
ST’s 2019 installation, publication, and website “that-i.do/not_ think?I=know_what&I_do_not=know” examines the nature of human interaction with today's physical and digital space through the lens of the words, “CONSUME,” “DIGEST,” and “PRODUCE.”
ST authored, designed, and developed the self-directed installation, publication, and website. Special thanks to Rebeca Mendez and Israel Gutierrez.
TPM’s 2019 publications survey the Los Angeles arts and culture scene by featuring the voices and perspectives of musicians, artists, chefs, and residents alike.
ST creative directed and designed the publication for TPM editors Annika Karody and Ingrid Sorenson.
ST’s 2019 publication Love Letter to Los Angeles photographically surveys the fashion, flower, and toy districts of downtown Los Angeles.
ST authored and designed the self-directed publication. ST photographed the publication’s images. Special thanks to Rebeca Mendez and Israel Gutierrez.
ST’s 2018 publication Goods & Services catalogs a tight curation of Craigslist’s most interesting “For Sale” listings. Each curated listing has a respective AR 3D model.
ST designed the self-directed publication, modeled all 3D assets, and printed the publication. Special thanks to Jennifer Steinkamp and Israel Gutierrez.