I find myself back in New York City. This time, as a designer, four years older, and a little bit wiser. I find myself on the other side of the country again, by myself, again. Despite the fact that this seems like a huge move, it has been a relatively easy transition. However, there is rampant sense of loneliness, which seems ironic for such a bustling city as New York. In reality, we are all isolated in our own worlds, just trying to get from point A to point B. Amidst this time to myself, I find the need to create for myself, to try and rid myself of any outside pressure, and to just make. This is a series of "Eclectic Letterforms;" it was a quick exercise to break the creative ice for myself during this new journey in New York. Inspired by my daily experiences in the city, and by the design aesthetic that I am surrounded by on a daily basis at Pentagram.