Broadcasting since 1999, DUBLAB is a 100% member-supported, volunteer-run, non-profit radio station devoted to the growth of music, art, culture, and everything in between.
DUBLAB's identity system is a set of bespoke tools for the creation of infinitely more assets, including: two custom typefaces, DB Circuit (based on soundwaves) and DB 70 (based on Data70 in Square and Sine variants).
I designed a poster series and installation that generates form based on sound, and an interactive poster-making installation that allows users to print their work with a hacked dot matrix printer and take it home with them.
The same dot matrix printer was also used for collateral. DUBLAB's identity is as experimental and ever-morphing as the entity is itself.
Dublab (online radio station)
Indeterminacy (exploring chance in music through John Cage and more)
Poster generation software allows guests to create their own unique poster
using a controlled set of parameters, print it with a dot matrix printer,
display it through the duration of the event, and take it home at the end
to commemorate the unique, time-based nature of musical performance. Instead
of designing a traditional poster, I wanted to approach it as a sandbox for
users to create their own graphic works within a system of my creation.