GIF of collected images.





Initial researched poster made up of collected images (FRONT & BACK)





Annotations of research posters made up of collected images. 



   
   

(Left) Questions about light and color generated by annotations.
(Right) Poster made up of collected answers to questions about light and color. 







An excerpt from Ruben Pater’s “The Politics of Design: A (Not So) Global Design Manual for Visual Communication”. This underlined quote helped guide my thinking towards creating an interactive final project for this process which would act collaboratively in order to try and better understand perception of light and color.

My goal became to challenge minute assumptions and create meaning through collaborative navigation.



Alejandro Molestina is a graphic designer currently enrolled at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). In his work he is interested in exploring Queer Mythologies and alternate methods for visual success. For any more information please reach out to the email below: 

instagram: @alejandro.molestina
email: amolesti@risd.edu