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My name is Zeke Shore, and I am an interaction, graphic, and motion designer currently living and working in NYC.

On this website you will find my portfolio of professional design work, some of my personal visual and design work, my blog, and my contact information. Welcome.

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Introducing Type/Code

I'm excited to announce the launch of a new blog, Type/Code, with a handful of fellow designers here in New York City. Here is the "official" press release: Type/Code is a c...

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Billboard for the People

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Interactive Design, Viral web strategy

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Billboard for the People is an initiative by Hyperakt Design Group to publicly celebrate Obama's election with a grassroots poster campaign. The website utilizes viral marking strategies, harnessing a full social network of like-minded individuals to rally around a common goal. The initiative culminated in over 10,000 celebratory posters being displayed around Manhattan and Brooklyn NY.  Hide

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Nike + Art

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Interactive Design, Brand Hijacking

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Nike + Art is an interactive project co-created with Axel Esquite at Parsons School of Design. We played off of the Nike+ quantitative aggregation of users workout data stored with a Nike+ sensor and an iPod by hacking out the data and passing it through a generative art engine that we developed in Flash. Rather than see how far you ran, why not see how beautiful your run was? Hide

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Kids Vote 2008

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Interactive Design and Development

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Kids Vote 2008 is an interactive project done for the Flux Gallery in Geneva, Switzerland, and was exhibited in November of 2008. Built in Flash, Kids Vote explores the 2008 presidential election from the perspective of children through an interactive “cloud” of comments on the two candidates. This piece was part of The New Hope exhibit with Hyperakt Design Group. Hide

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Calabash Music Re-Brand

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Brand Development, Interactive Design

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The Calabash Music re-brand involved re- creating the visual identity of an international world music mp3 e-commerce website to appeal to a younger demographic without alienating the “Cultural Creative” demographic that defined a majority of Calabash’s existing clientele. The re-brand included a new logo and style guide as well as proposals for a website redesign. Hide

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RGA Website Re-Design

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Interactive Design and Development

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RGA is NYC-based boutique printing studio that was in need of a new website. Working with the design studio Square360, I co-designed and fully developed this Flash based website. Working off of RGA's existing brand identity, the new site needed to be visually and interactively fun and engaging, while being powered by a dynamic back-end that could allow for easier updates in the future. Hide

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Panraven Inc.

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Identity and User Experience Design

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Panraven is a Boston based startup that provides an online story telling application that allows users to collect their photos and other media into stories that can be printed as books as well as live online. I was responsible for the brand identity design as well as the product architecture, user experience, and interface design for the entire service through their first three rounds of VC funding. Hide

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Gone: A Short FIlm

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Claymation, Narrative

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Gone is a short film I created while at Parsons School of Design that explores our reliance on consumption as a tool for self-identification and happiness. Gone was written, directed, scored, and produced by myself, and executed in stop-motion claymation, with post production in After Effects. Gone was screened at the Parsons Film and Animation Festival in the Spring of 2008. Hide

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The Chap Stick Conspiracy

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Screen print on paper

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This piece was inspired by my belief that Chap Stick is a conspiracy. It over sensitizes your lips, which makes you just need to use more of it. So I manifested my crazy theories into a nine-layer screen print. This is a limited edition run of 25 prints, all numbered and signed and printed by me on archival paper. Prints are available for $40 each (US shipping included). Email me for details. Hide

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