made these projects
and is working on these

currently exhibiting

graduated from zoom school

made a workbook

this is my terminal


made a desktop performance

learned about cloud (storage)

made a satirical voice assistant

looked at            security cameras

worked on an exhibition

did some branding

built an archive

built an 6’ x 8’ installation

hosted a collaborative workshop

made posters & gifs

crafted an artist book about sexual assault

performed a task for a really, really, really long time

and made more books from found scans.

anh (she/her). bfa in graphic design + mps at nyu itp. likes tuxedo cats and speed-walking from ktown to sohodislikes hot weather, cockroaches and slow walkers. say hi︎︎︎


The Museum of Broken Relationships exhibits seemingly mundane objects and elevate them through poignant and often heartbreaking personal stories behind the objects.


Besides common memorabilia like teddy bears or wedding rings, the museum have also received used napkins, fingernails, or a piece of scalp from an ex-boyfriend’s old wound. The museum is successful because of the bond between the objects and its stories. The wordmark, therefore, was designed to “house” the object; it is shaped, formed and broken by the objects that inhabited the space.

While these objects are disposable and forgettable, the stories behind these objects are what made the museum intriguing. Objects as vessels of memories, of the attachment of intangible emotions to tangible objects, is the core idea behind the design of the branding.