This poster is one in a series is about deceit, truth, and what lies in between.
“EDGE OF ABANDON” POETRY BOOK
Photography by my father, Douglas E. Williams, Jr. Writing and creative direction by E Genevieve Williams. Design by former student Ariana Dilibero.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT ME SO FAR?
One in a series of many story covers.
WHAT'S UNDER THE SURFACE
A poster about family structure, how it undergirds and unearths flaws and fortes.
POSTER FOR A MUSIC EVENT
All women string quartet.
A collage of photographs of my father fishing over his lifetime, as a young man in the Korean war through the end of his life using photography from his collection.
EUROPEAN GRADUATE SCHOOL BRANDING
Branding for the European Graduate School. Creative direction by E. Genevieve Williams. Design by Jane Youn.
MY FATHER AS A YOUNG MAN
A page from the life story of my father poster collage. Photography from my father’s air force experience while stationed in Japan during the Korean War.
Billboard 9’ x 5’ for the “Coexistence Project” at the Museum on the Seam in Israel. The theme is love genealogy, meaning love begets love begets love...
SOMETHING HERE WILL NEVER BE RESOLVED
Poster collage about friendship and sexual tension.
Poster using “two” in numerals and letters with color blocks.
WEBSITE DESIGN FOR ANOMALIA
Design with studio intern MinJu Song, art direction and creative direction E. Genevieve Williams and Terry Koppel.
OPEN AIR STUDIO
Promotional poster for an Open Air Studio event.
“THE LOVERS” MAP, HINDU KUSH, AFGHANISTAN
An infographic map, one of two created for Rod Nordland, The New York Times Kabul Bureau Chief, for his best-selling novel “The Lovers.” The book chronicles the story of a couple on the run under threat of an honor killing in Hindu Kush, Afghanistan. Creative direction by E. Genevieve Williams. Design by studio intern Sisi Zhu.
SVA EDITORIAL DESIGN BOOK
This book chronicles my publication design students’ work from 1988 to 2012 at the School of Visual Arts. Included is undergraduate as well as continuing education student work. Pieces from left to right, top to bottom: Bryan Farevaag, Louis Liu, Diana Sanchez, Nicole Marie Rincon, Emilie Lenglain, Brienne Jones, Diana Sanchez, Mayumi Maeda, Paulo Melo, Bryan Farevaag, Airene Resurreccion, Diana Sanchez, Brian Murillo, Diana Sanchez, Gabriel de Moura, Nicole Marie Rincon, Casey Courtney. Writing, Creative direction, and art direction by E. Genevieve Williams. Design by former student Ramon Tejada.
Book cover design for Simon and Schuster’s 60th anniversary release of Fahrenheit 451.
VISUAL LANGUAGE BOOK
Pieces from an exhibition that premiered in the museum space at the School of Visual Arts about the limits of language to discuss a relationship, thing, or event. Yet, language is all we have. Be it art or technology, our language is limited by the vision of its author and is always relational. We speak to a viewer and the viewer speaks back. Even silence is a form of speaking. I believe that a multiplicity of voices is needed to diversify and create change for the good of all.