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CAPE Design Relaunched in Portland Oregon

Since moving to Portland, I have relaunched my design studio, CAPE design. Originally established as a fully collaborative studio with multiple partners, it has now moved to a more postmodern structure where contributors and allies are gathered as needed ...

Writing for Portland AIGA Design Blog

In a spot of exciting news, I was invited to contribute articles for the AIGA Portland blog. I’ll be writing a series of posts for Portland Muse including special interest topics in the region as well as interviews with local designers. I’m really excited ...
Early Concepts for Reverb Trail Identity

Cross-Cultural Design in Newberg, OR: Reverb Trail

Cultural design is always a challenge. Particularly when working across a variety of cultures within one project. Working with the Chehalem Cultural Center and community representatives from throughout the region to create and brand an art trail that ...
AIGA Design Teaching Resource Project

AIGA Design Teaching Resource Soft Launch

AIGA’s Design Teaching Resource was quietly launched over the past month. I’ve been excited for the launch of the AIGA teaching resource since it was announced at the 2017 AIGA conference. As a teacher, I remember how critical it was to have ...
Brandon Waybright Speaking about art and faith

Speaking About Art and Faith at Arts Weekend in Pasadena, CA

I returned to Pasadena, California for a second arts weekend this Spring. Arts weekend is an annual event put on by Lake Avenue. It features an exhibition of community artists as well as a church service focused on encouraging and using art as a way of ...

SECAC 2018: Proposal Accepted

I was just notified that my essay proposal for “History from the Ground Up: The Zine as Model for a More Inclusive Design History” was accepted, and I will be part of a panel titled Art with a Spine: Little Magazines, Zines, and Modernism ...

SGCI Print

I included a new print in the portfolio exchange at the Southern Graphics Conference International. It’s a two-color screen print based on my interest in the exploration of the landscape, natural textures, future spaces, and mapping.

LA Art Book Fair

I had the joy/honor/privelege/excitement/fun of being part of the LA Art Book Fair held at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art in the Geffen Center. It was great to show some of my publications along with  my friends from Otis. Cheers to all you ...