A grassroots public awareness campaign to communicate with people during quarantine in NYC. NYCQ instructs New Yorkers on how to go about their lives while remaining physically calm and healthy. Tongue-in-cheek humor reveals the logistical insanity of large-scale urban quarantine.
The campaign includes posters, brochures and merchandise.
Created as part of Landscapes of Quarantine, a multi-disciplinary design studio held in the Fall of 2009. On display at the resulting group exhibition at Storefront for Art and Architecture from March 10 through April 17, 2010.
Done in collaboration with Jordan Spielman.
To see and learn more, visit nycq.org