BUDDHAFUL

WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE

Perfect for walking meditation, our buddhaful shirt is designed as an expression of buddha nature, as a salutation and an invitation to bodhisattvas you meet along the path. Visit our buddhaful gallery here.

Gold print on Unisex or Women’s American Apparel T-Shirts, available in one of three colors: Cranberry, Orange, or Gold. The back of the shirt features the Occupy Wall Street Screenprinters Cooperative logo.

Want an alternate shirt color? Please select “Custom” and note the color in the comments when placing your order. Feel free to contact us about custom and bulk orders or if you have other questions.

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DETROIT TECHNO

KISSING THE SUN IN HART PLAZA

I designed this shirt several years back after attending the Detroit Electronic Music Festival, now called Movement. The back graphic, printed low to fall mid back, represents the warm heart of the Detroit Sound. It is the turning wheel that fuels the dance, the machine infused with sunshine.

The shirts are available in two color combinations white and yellow (as below) or silver and orange.
Printed on Black Unisex or Women’s American Apparel T-Shirts or Tank Tops. If you want an alternate shirt color, please indicate it in the comments when placing your order. Visit our Detroit Techno gallery here.

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WOMEN STAGE THE WORLD

EQUALITY PARADE
in collaboration with Mahayana Landowne

Forth Position designed materials for this project of the League of Professional Theatre Women to support and create awareness of gender equity for theatre women. The Women Stage the World logo taps the historical context of the project referencing nineteenth century wood type and playbill design. Materials included a double sided flyer, program ad, multiple color versions of the flyer and logo graphics suitable for sharing on social media, 1.5 inch square buttons, and mounted day of posters for the parade itself.






PASSÉ

MUSIC VIDEO

Forth designed / animated the color graphics overlays, compositing them directly over the black & white edited video. The director had a specific look in mind, so Forth supplied a large number of initial frames to focus the dialogue and establish a graphics narrative to apply to the video. Our goal was to add rhythmic accent and punctuation, to augment the performance without obscuring it. The shapes in the overlays were produced by hand prior to compositing.




PHOEBE

LOGO / BUSINESS CARD

What do you do vs. who are you? Sketches for this card included professional titles like Seamstress, Stylist, etc., but none of these seemed sufficiently descriptive of jill of all trades Phoebe Berg. Phone number and e-mail (a single line on reverse) make the card actionable. Printed on heavy stock with a hole punched in the upper left corner, each card is individually threaded with a cloth ribbon or lace bow. A subtle touch transforming each card into a gift, a precious object, a reminder of the loveliness and creativity of Miss Phoebe herself.


 
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NETWORKING OF KNOWLEDGE & STORYTELLING

DAVID WEINBERGER PRESENTATION VIDEO
in collaboration with Pickerel Pie
 

This six minute video for David Weinberger’s presentation at the Future of StoryTelling Conference was to be viewed prior to the conference to help attendees choose which presentations to attend. The challenge was finding a visual metaphor simple enough to be easily understood, while broad enough to encompass the concepts discussed in the piece. The project was particularly satisfying to work on, its conceptual framework closely related to ideas the designer has been exploring on his blog The Missing Point.










 

Producer: Dewey Thompson (Pickerel Pie)
Design / Animation: Thomas Gallagher (Forth)
Editor / Audio: Brad McDermott (
Pickerel Pie)

DAYDREAM

THEATER POSTER / POSTCARD

This poster / postcard was designed for Daydream writer / director Max Arnaud. Overlay graphics are used here to represent the breakdown in the main character's ability to differentiate between the real world and the virtual gaming world he inhabits.