Meridian is beauty with deviance. Offbeat, obscure and intriguing, it appeals to women who embrace their oddities and affirm to express them. Meridian aims to dissect the clichéd notions of beauty in order to discover the lovely peculiarities that lie within each of us.
Lifted is an 82-page perfect bound hard cover book which discusses the important role typography plays in international airports.
Written, photographed, and designed by Sally Carmichael.
Editors of fashion blog Style on the Hill came to myself and fellow designer Drue Davis with the hopes of creating a semi-annual publication to compliment their online presence. Thus, a magazine, dubbed simply "The Hill" was born.
The Hill is a fashion and lifestyle magazine founded in Lawrence, Kansas. This is the inaugural first issue which focuses on trends and upcoming events in Lawrence and Kansas City.
You Can be an Expert Rifleman is a beginner's guide to the sport of riflery, complete with images, diagrams, and step-by-step instructions on how to improve your marksmanship and accuracy. Text taken from the book by Frank Briggs and re-designed to better connect with its target audience.
Infographic poster documenting nearly every project I completed during my sophomore, junior, and senior years of design school. Each project is evaluated against Bloom’s six levels of learning and the AIGA/NASAD essential competencies. Patterns and bar lengths represent these criteria, and projects are arranged chronologically.
The Kiosk is a semi-annual, award-winning, art and literature magazine that has been in publication since 1989 designed, edited, and published by students. In this edition of Kiosk, optical illusions and surreal imagery challenge the two-dimensional surface of the magazine, creating a cerebral experience with the finest art and literature produced by students of the University of Kansas.
Sally Carmichael, Anna DeFazio, Jing Jian, Noel Rivard, Rachel Roth, Voranouth Supadulya, and Erin Zingré (art director)
Joel Bonner, Ellen Goodrich, William Kist, Katie Little, Sara Pyle, and Sydney Rayl (editor-in-chief)