adventurer, traveler, and designer at heart, jay roop is on a mission to experience the most that earth has to offer and bring others on board for the time of their lives. currently residing in seoul, korea where he runs operations for his design studio, and previously living in gothenburg, sweden and san francisco, california, he is ready to share documentation of his life and work with all those who are interested.
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the first big project i worked on at albertson design was slow food nation, a gathering for the american slow food movement during the summer of 2009 in san francisco. our hands (or mouses) touched every piece of visual communication that was part of the event, from signage to program guides, advertising, invitations to special events, merchandise – everything.
last year our work was featured in communication arts’ 50th design annual for public service and today i finally found a copy of the magazine in the hdk library. it was great to know we got the award, but it is exciting to see it printed in person over 5,000 miles away from where it all went down.
if you’d like to see all the work we did, you can do so here.