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Providence RI 02912
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Phoenix

The Providence Phoenix was a weekly, local, free newspaper in Providence, Rhode Island that ran from the mid 1960's until ceasing publication in 2014. In rebranding the Providence Phoenix, I chose to focus on issues that are relevant today, yet still maintaining the communal aspects of the publication by emphasizing contemporary environmental concerns, life away from the screen, and an overall cleaner, fresher design.

With the new Phoenix, there would be a recycling program in conjunction with the Brown Market Shares Program. People who brought with them the previous week's edition of the Phoenix to be recycled at the Market Shares could receive produce or a small seedling pot, providing incentive for people to recycle and eat healthier, while introducing a method of urban farming.

Printed at RISD on standard newsprint, 22" x 17" spreads
Type III, under the guidance of Jacek Mrowcyk
Fall 2015

Phoenix

The Providence Phoenix was a weekly, local, free newspaper in Providence, Rhode Island that ran from the mid 1960's until ceasing publication in 2014. In rebranding the Providence Phoenix, I chose to focus on issues that are relevant today, yet still maintaining the communal aspects of the publication by emphasizing contemporary environmental concerns, life away from the screen, and an overall cleaner, fresher design.

With the new Phoenix, there would be a recycling program in conjunction with the Brown Market Shares Program. People who brought with them the previous week's edition of the Phoenix to be recycled at the Market Shares could receive produce or a small seedling pot, providing incentive for people to recycle and eat healthier, while introducing a method of urban farming.

Printed at RISD on standard newsprint, 22" x 17" spreads
Type III, under the guidance of Jacek Mrowcyk
Fall 2015