In late 2014, The Princeton Tiger, a humor magazine at Princeton University, ran severely under budget and was forced to print its travel issue in black and white.
I art directed and framed the issue as a lost "time travel" issue from the 1950s – complete with '50s-style line art, typography, and advertising (fake and real) – to turn the issue's greyscale limitation into an asset. Printed on ivory paper and filled with archival line art and fake snake oil advertisements, the product, Getting There is Half the Fun, was an uproarious success.
See The Princeton Tiger for additional work for the Tiger.
Angela Zhou & Caden Ohlwiler
Angela Zhou, Mariana Medrano, and Rachel Roberts