An infographic poster which illustrates the working process of a creative person. Every colored circle describes a different category of distraction. I inspired by my working process and illustrated a map that represents all the struggles and distractions that cause me to procrastinate.
SNAIL is a biannual publication which embraces the gender concepts through different perspectives of art and technology. “Issue 01:Revisiting Cyberfeminism” is featuring the feminists who theorize, criticize and exploit the Internet, cyberspace and new-media technologies. SNAIL is set beyond the boundaries of stereotypes and socially constructed labels, and believes in the diversity of definitions.
Our contributors range in ethnic background as well as gender and identities. SNAIL contains articles, interviews, creative writing and art portfolios which explore how individuals and communities analyze gender concepts in the age of information. The publication combines elements of an academic journal, an art book and an independent magazine.SNAIL selects practices of gender and sexuality with the aim of encouraging a more empathetic understanding towards people and communities that live outside the normative and binary structures.
Snail Magazine was part of my final thesis project. I was responsible for the art direction, design, and publishing.
"For2020" calendar designed by me on the occasion of a collaboration with an illustrator called "Goodnewsforbadguys." Each month illustrated by a different artist. The aim was to create a clean design that highlights the artworks.
CAMPFIRE is an exploration of different cultures and their underground treasure. The first issue is an appreciation for the small niches of my own culture. It explores Turkish aesthetics and its exaggerated culture through a modern and humorous takeover.
This zine was a student project.