Changyun Lee is a Senior at Rhode Island School of Design with a concentration in Graphic Design. His works focus on creating type and graphic design which is informed through research, experimentation, and a set of design/typographic skills.
Sans-serif developed in warm, humanist, calligraphic letter forms. The design is characterized by low contrast, minimalist, geometric shapes. It is loaded with three different weights; light, regular and bold.
Canadian Centre For Architecture (CCA)
Print + Digital
Reshaping a single media product to function as an entry of a larger interlinked media structure that spans the physical and digital worlds.
Knoll Workplace Research Library
Brand Identity + Print
Reengaging the audience through a new visual identity while sticking to the original brand values and history. The showroom prints are designed to communicate the concepts, research and data published in an essay by Knoll about the changing healthcare design system.
Logo animation + Poster