SPECIAL PROJECTS

 

LP and CD packaging design for the long-awaited eighth album from the Hip Hop/Rock trio. Hot Sauce Committee Part Two was produced by Beastie Boys and mixed by Philippe Zdar. This album marks Mike "Mike D" Diamond, Adam "Ad Rock" Horovitz and Adam "MCA" Yauch's first full length effort since 2007's Grammy-winning all-instrumental The Mix-Up. Created for Oscilloscope Laboratories and Capitol Records. Art Direction by the Beastie Boys and Zoe Chan, Original Concept and Design by Mike Mills.

 
 

Shimon Attie

 LAND LORD, Two on-location light boxes, looking onto the Israeli settlement Har Homa from the Palestinian Village Umm Tuba, annexed by Israel in 1967, 2014, digital c-print, 28.5" x 40" and 48" x 72", from the series Facts On The Ground

LAND LORD, Two on-location light boxes, looking onto the Israeli settlement Har Homa from the Palestinian Village Umm Tuba, annexed by Israel in 1967, 2014, digital c-print, 28.5" x 40" and 48" x 72", from the series Facts On The Ground

 WILD AND URGENT (i), Two on-location light boxes, Settler Houses, Israeli Settlement, West Bank, 2014, 28.5" x 40" and 48” x 72”, digital c-print, from the series Facts On The Ground

WILD AND URGENT (i), Two on-location light boxes, Settler Houses, Israeli Settlement, West Bank, 2014, 28.5" x 40" and 48” x 72”, digital c-print, from the series Facts On The Ground

 THE HIT PARADE, Two on location light boxes, Li`a (former Palestinian village bombed and evacuated during 1948 War), 2014, digital c-print, 28.5" x 40" and 40" x 60" inches, from the series Facts On The Ground

THE HIT PARADE, Two on location light boxes, Li`a (former Palestinian village bombed and evacuated during 1948 War), 2014, digital c-print, 28.5" x 40" and 40" x 60" inches, from the series Facts On The Ground

 

Shimon Attie is a visual artist making evocative work using photographs, video installations, new media, and works on paper.  The Museum of Contemporary Photography described about Attie's work, “Concerned with questions of memory, place, and identity, Shimon Attie gives visual form to both personal and collective memories by introducing histories of marginalized and forgotten communities into the physical landscape of the present.” My role in this project was to design the typography that appears on the light boxes.