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Born: Fifteen Years of Art and Literature

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Born Magazine

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Born Magazine

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In 2011, Born officially retired; this project is part of the celebration of the collaborative output of work that was produced. A big goal and challenge for us with this project was to find a way to showcase the great quantity of work that has been produced—over 400 projects—in a visual way, where someone can browse and easily find an experience that interests them.

Each project has at least five images (over 2,000 images total) and most link to the interactive project itself that can be experienced in full. There were so many great collaborations that took place between people involved in literature, media and emerging technologies; each project had a very different look and feel, so the site itself was designed to recede a bit and encourage visitors to really focus on the work itself.

Born’s volunteer staff is also developing a multimedia “book” project that documents Born’s works and the creative process and spirit that led it to become one of the pioneers of literary arts on the Web.

Visit Website:

Born: Fifteen Years of Art and Literature

Project Accolades:

Data-driven Graphic Design: Creative Coding for Visual Communication Featured Project, 2016
Communication Arts Featured Project—Webpick of the Week, 2013
Novum: World Of Graphic Design 2006
New York Times Arts Feature, 2005
Vancouver Int’l Digital Festival First Place, 2004
One Show Silver Pencil, 2002
The Oregonian Arts Feature, 2002

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Senior Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Miller McCormick
Producer: Marq Dean
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Programmer: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Ed Tang

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Senior Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Miller McCormick
Producer: Marq Dean
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Programmer: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Ed Tang

In 2011, Born officially retired; this project is part of the celebration of the collaborative output of work that was produced. A big goal and challenge for us with this project was to find a way to showcase the great quantity of work that has been produced—over 400 projects—in a visual way, where someone can browse and easily find an experience that interests them.

Each project has at least five images (over 2,000 images total) and most link to the interactive project itself that can be experienced in full. There were so many great collaborations that took place between people involved in literature, media and emerging technologies; each project had a very different look and feel, so the site itself was designed to recede a bit and encourage visitors to really focus on the work itself.

Born’s volunteer staff is also developing a multimedia “book” project that documents Born’s works and the creative process and spirit that led it to become one of the pioneers of literary arts on the Web.

Visit Website:

Born: Fifteen Years of Art and Literature

Project Accolades:

Data-driven Graphic Design: Creative Coding for Visual Communication Featured Project, 2016
Communication Arts Featured Project—Webpick of the Week, 2013
Novum: World Of Graphic Design 2006
New York Times Arts Feature, 2005
Vancouver Int’l Digital Festival First Place, 2004
One Show Silver Pencil, 2002
The Oregonian Arts Feature, 2002