Emma Caamaño 
゚゚・。 graphic design @ RISD ・゚゚・。    writing everywhere else / NY & Spain


Works;


Fall 2021 / Spring 2022
v.1, a publishing platform for the ongoing work, ideas, discussion, debates, & aspirations of students at RISD

Spring 2022
Biomaterials* Garden, an open
source guide of grow-it-yourself, biodegradable materials

Spring 2023
Miller Knoll, poster for Miller Knoll Workplace Research Library inspired by toy kits

Spring 2022
Knit Book, a gallery book encasing knit patterns


Fall 2022
Making Collections Public, curating the idea that “things only exist within the context of other things”

Spring 2022

Crop Calendar, a laser cut
calendar that measures time
through vegetables

Fall 2022
Why I <3 Cherry Pie, an ode
through a short motion piece


Upcoming Works;


August 2023
RISD 2023 Orientation, Design Guild
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Course: Color & Surface
Professor: Nancy Skolos


Objective: Analyze the characteristics of individual colors and how they relate to result in interesting and engaging color groupings.

A gallery book where each page encases knit patterns, printed on cotton cloth, which can be taken out and examined. Arnhem printmaking paper in warm white and a cream yarn was used to create and bind the book, allowing the color groupings to breathe. The knit book is meant to be a sensory experience of various textures.



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