Design intervention at the laundromats of the East Village in New York City. On a Sunday afternoon, a lonely, sock-addicted washing machine (me) decided to make amends to all the laundry-doers he had hurt eating their socks. The walking washing machine offered people a single sock in a screenprinted package with his story, his apologies and 11 things a person can do with a single sock.
In collaboration with Camille McMorrow. Illustrations by William Wehbé.
2011, Design Intervention, Branding, Packaging, Costume Design, Hand Lettering, Art Direction, Copywriting