Newspaper Project
Both the form and concept were drawn from the newspaper.  The piece is a visualization based on an article about a man who plunged from a 40th-story window on the Upper West Side in an attempt to commit suicide.  A car broke his fall and he miraculously survived.  The owner of the vehicle, however, was more concerned about her car than well-being of the man.
Created with Laura Jacobson & Nicole Kueck
Lab - Fall Semester Newspaper Project
Both the form and concept were drawn from the newspaper.  The piece is a visualization based on an article about a man who plunged from a 40th-story window on the Upper West Side in an attempt to commit suicide.  A car broke his fall and he miraculously survived.  The owner of the vehicle, however, was more concerned about her car than well-being of the man.
Created with Laura Jacobson & Nicole Kueck
Lab - Fall Semester Newspaper Project
Both the form and concept were drawn from the newspaper.  The piece is a visualization based on an article about a man who plunged from a 40th-story window on the Upper West Side in an attempt to commit suicide.  A car broke his fall and he miraculously survived.  The owner of the vehicle, however, was more concerned about her car than well-being of the man.
Created with Laura Jacobson & Nicole Kueck
Lab - Fall Semester

Newspaper Project

Both the form and concept were drawn from the newspaper.  The piece is a visualization based on an article about a man who plunged from a 40th-story window on the Upper West Side in an attempt to commit suicide.  A car broke his fall and he miraculously survived.  The owner of the vehicle, however, was more concerned about her car than well-being of the man.

Created with Laura Jacobson & Nicole Kueck

Lab - Fall Semester