Drawing from two of Edgar Allan Poe’s most well-known works, "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The Raven," our 360 degree video installation explored what happens when literary texts are lifted from the “page to the stage” and then reimagined through the use of new technology.
Examining the concept of “shadow” through text, image, and sound, the project is inspired by Poe’s texts themselves and by nineteenth-century crankies, an art form in which an illustrated scroll is unwound in a circular fashion, revealing images that complement a spoken story or song.
Meaghan Dee is a dog-loving typography nerd who is both a practicing graphic designer and a design educator. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois in Graphic Design and her Master’s of Fine Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University in Visual Communication Design. Her primary design foci are typography, branding, user-experience design, editorial design, and packaging.
AIGA GRADE Awards,
American Advertising Federation Awards,
Graphic Design USA Awards,
SECAC award for Outstanding Professional Achievement in Graphic Design,
University & College Designers Association (UCDA)