Jacob Barrick

Midwest-based graphic designer and artist.

Tag: print

  • Wiki Magazine

    Wiki Magazine

    Wikipedia means many things to many different people. It is the beating heart of user-centric design – favoring strictly regulated and sparse visual styles along with fast loading times for a truly accessible web. It’s also a website where even the most niche topic can find audiences. Users often report falling into what’s known as

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  • Newfields Museum

    Newfields Museum

    In October of 2017, the Newfields Museum, formerly known as the Indiana Museum of Art hosted City as Canvas: New York City Graffiti from the 70s & 80s. The museum commissioned me to design a 4-pack of stickers to be given away to guests to support and promote the exhibition. This project was a collaboration

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  • One Million Degrees Employer Brochure

    One Million Degrees Employer Brochure

    One Million Degrees is a Chicago-based organization which mentors and supports low-income, high-achievement students. In addition to providing coaches and financial assistance, they also provide professional development and match potential employees with partnering organizations. The purpose of this brochure is to recruit these hiring organizations. Infographics were finished using Chartwell, a font which uses OpenType

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