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


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: Design Studio III
Professor: Paul Soulellis

Objective: How can a designer use methods of collection and curation to (visually and publicly) amplify narratives and create meaning?

The notion “things only exist within the context of others" led me to document 50 uncanny still lives, both set up and found; create two newsprint posters; wheatpasted a desk; design and bound a book that focuses on absense, presence. The installation, collage, and layers of discovery within this project then becomes one large still life to be explore.

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