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11/11/20

Something’s Brewing at The Works

Something's Brewing at The Works, Fall 2020

Client: Selig Enterprises, Inc.

Brand Design: Sarah Lawrence

Selig Enterprises hosted a(n outside) Halloween scavenger hut at their newest development, The Works – I had a blast dreaming up all of these fun and spooky illustrations for the event map!

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Something’s Brewing at The Works
01/10/19

Atlanta by Bus

Atlanta by Bus, Summer 2019

Writer: Audrey Parker

Illustrator: Sarah Lawrence

One of the wildest things about people who complain MARTA doesn’t go anywhere is that…. they’re forgetting about the bus! The bus gets a bad rap, but honestly, is pretty nice for the most part to get around.

I worked with an awesome local bus enthusiast on this map, hopefully making two of the many many bus routes in Atlanta more accessible and less scary – we sprinkled fun landmarks throughout, and even worked with small business along the route to secure discounts for people who visit by bus!

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Atlanta by Bus
30/09/19

State of the District

District 2's State of the District, Summer 2019

Client: Atlanta City Councilmember Amir Farokhi

Designer: Sarah Lawrence

City Councilmember Amir Farokhi wants to hear from his consituents in District 2 – no, really. So much so that he launched an annual event called the “State of the District,” in which anyone can come hang out, have snacks, watch performances from local artists, and talk shop with Amir.

The different neighborhoods in District 2 have so much of their own distinct flair, we chose to show them as individual but united under the D2 umbrella. I worked on the branding for this project from concept to completion, including print materials, social graphics, and even a concept for neighborhood-specific koozies.

Photos from the event:

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State of the District
30/09/19

Meet at MET

Map for Meet at MET Event, Summer 2019

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Meet at MET
15/03/19

Station Soccer

Soccer in the Streets, Winter 2018

Client: Soccer in the Streets

Illustrator: Sarah Lawrence

Soccer in the Streets is doing some really exciting work with Station Soccer in Atlanta – they’re taking unused space on MARTA property and turning it into small soccer fields that kids and adults can both play on. I worked with them to create this master plan map – showing what fields are already open, and the ones they intend to open next. This will help generate more excitement and intel around the project!

Check out their work here.

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Station Soccer
11/06/18

Maggie and Alex

Maggie and Alex, Summer 2018

Client: Kate Devlin

Illustrator: Sarah Lawrence

I was commissioned by a friend to create a map for her older sister’s wedding – the ceremony took place in Athens, Georgia, which is where the couple met, fell in love, and got engaged. We chose locations around the town that had meaning to them, and I compiled them all in this map! My favorite detail was a play on how to include their names – usually it’s more common to do their names in beautiful calligraphy somewhere in a corner, but since the wedding was taking place at Little King’s Shuffle Club, I decided to base their names on the signage there. The bride loved it!

Above reference image from Athens, GA in Pictures

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Maggie and Alex
13/04/18

Annual Report Map

Annual Report Map, Winter 2017/Spring 2018

Client: Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Designer: Sarah Lawrence

The JFGA is a nonprofit organization based in Atlanta that works to connect and uplift the Jewish community. I worked with them to create a map for their annual report that shows the vibrancy of the Jewish community here in Atlanta, complete with neat facts and representations of major synagogues in the area.

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Annual Report Map
05/03/18

BeltGrind Map

BeltGrind Map, Winter 2018

Client: BeltGrind

Illustrator: Sarah Lawrence

“The BeltGrind is an annual bicycling odyssey through southern space and time: an adventurous time trial for some, a casual cycling tour of home for others. It’s the first two-wheeled community race-and-ride along Atlanta’s evolving former railway corridor… The BeltGrind is an event rooted in community, awareness, and adventure. Riders will be exposed to unheralded Atlanta communities and the evolving trail bisecting them. It will bear witness to history. Atlanta has doubled-down on the corridor as a symbol of urban redevelopment and the BeltGrind is a nod to that investment: a celebration of the project’s past, present and future. Briars, brambles, sand, kudzu, gravel, mud, railroad ties— BeltGrinders will ride it all before the pavers arrive, over the next few years, to complete one of the country’s coolest multi-use trails.”

Check out their website here.

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BeltGrind Map
18/12/17

Guide to Atlanta’s Buford Highway

Guide to Atlanta’s Buford Highway

Client: We Love BuHi
Concept Development:
Sarah Lawrence
Writers:
Marian Liou and Sarah Lawrence
Designer:
Sarah Lawrence

As an Atlanta native, I’ve always been intrigued by all that Buford Highway has to offer—but when I head up there to spend the day, there’s so much to do and see that I end up reverting to my familiar spots! I worked on this guide with Marian of We Love BuHi to help residents get to know the area and everything within. The guides sold out in less than a month (see the photos below) but you can flip through some of the pages above.

 

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Guide to Atlanta’s Buford Highway
12/08/16

Connect Downtown

Connect Downtown Maps, May 2016

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Client: Central Atlanta Progress

Art Director: Shayna Pollock

Editor: Cole Smith

Designer: Sarah Lawrence

For this project, I worked with Central Atlanta Progress and Connect Downtown to create customizable commute maps for Atlanta residents and encourage them to get to work by bike or public transit.

Residents received cards in the mail, inviting them to sign up for a free customized map of their ideal commute, either by bike or public transit. The folks at CAP put together the map and sent them out individually to each person.

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Connect Downtown
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