Lab/Shul is a contemporary pop-up synagogue that embraces diversity in identities and beliefs. I worked with the organization while they prepared for their 5780 High Holy Days ceremonies, which encompass the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. While in-office, I designed the High Holy Days marketing and ceremonial materials including newsletters, banner ads, and a 68-page program.
Each year, Lab/Shul works with an artist-in-residence who provides a central artwork that closely ties to the organization's annual theme. Day Schildkret's Morning Altars, which are mandala-esque patterns created from natural items such as leaves or stones, served as the basis for 5780's graphic identity. I worked with and deconstructed Day's art to create an organic visual language spanning across all holiday materials.