Creative box exhibition at MICA Brown Center, May 2014.

WHEN | Spring 2014. 
FOR | MICA Graphic Design Senior Project.
WHAT | Box subscription based service for creative people.
ROLE | Graphic Designer.
CONTRIBUTIONS | Individual project. Research, concept development & ideation, design, production, curator, photographer and set up exhibition.

Artist Statement
As a designer, I have always been inspired by other creatives. There are many places where you can find artists and inspiration such as blogs, books, exhibits, and much more, but what if inspiration was delivered to your door? I wanted to create a service where the creative community can come together and get personalized inspiration and goodies at their doorstep. CreativeBox is a subscription based service for creative people, in which you complete your own profile that specifies your likes and creative process. Every three months, the subscribers receive a special box made just for them, which includes a variety of five to seven items: inspirational posters, magazine subscriptions, useful creative items, small books, toys, gadgets, newsletters, and much more. In addition to the subscription, artists and designers can collaborate with CreativeBox and promote themselves. They can donate their own creations, which could possibly be featured in CreativeBox. Overall, CreativeBox’s primary goals are to inspire creatives and get the creative community moving. 

MICA hosts an exhibit for the final senior projects every May. Creativebox was showcased at the MICA Brown Center where many students, families and locals came to support the students.


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