PBS Series
Styleframe Design
What’s Good
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2018 Webby Award Winner, Best Film and Video, in the Science & Education Category for PBS Kids.

Watch it here.

“Join us for What’s Good, a six-part PBS series designed for parents where inspiration and information meet the power of science. Each episode ventures to a new location to meet people from various backgrounds – dancers, poets, musicians, artists, athletes, chefs, conservationists and scientists – and connects their knowledge and talents to a simple, real-world lesson in the area of science.”

Design: Dougan Khim, Brandon Breaux

Sponsored by: PBS, PBS for Parents, PBS Digital Studios, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Illinois Film Office, U.S. Department of Education


                 
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NASA
UI/UX Systems Design
NASA App
User interface build for NASA consumer app & website.

Features include live satellite feed, news, media, hi-res imagery, data analysis, and history.



Bucketfeet, Threadless
Sneaker Design
Bucketfeet


“Cosmos” / “Spirit” / “Paisley”

 Bucketfeet shoe design.

Sold at Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Lord & Taylor, select retailers, and Bucketfeet stores worldwide.

Artist-in-residency and show at Block 37, Chicago.

Featured in Refinery29.


           
EWC / The Annex
Advertisement & Clothing Design
Ends/Wealth Corp. Last Collection


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Event sponsored by The Annex.

Shirt & clothing design for Ends/Wealth Corp.

Triptych collage installation for event at The Annex.

In collaboration with Brandon Breaux. Photos by Bryan Allen Lamb.

The Last Collection was designed by both Brandon Breaux and Dougan Khim. The collection includes the brand’s first cut and sew pieces which were designed and manufactured in Chicago and also features a collaboration with Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment.“

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Editorial Design
Eliasson
The following editorial is based on recent works by architect/designer/artist, Olafur Eliasson.

Article is sourced from a November 2014 NYTimes feature, Olafur Eliasson on How to Do Good Art by Ned Beauman.

All imagery & text courtesy of the artist, Studio Olafur Eliasson, and various photographers. © 2018 Olafur Eliasson