Theorgraphs Selected works that explore the visual and intellectual relationships between theory, concept, narrative and style.

To learn more about Theorgraphs, and the philosophy and process through which they are developed, visit: theographie.org

Coexist_In Freedom
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Transdisciplinary Fusion.

The work is cautiously built upon an intricate web of compromise, protest, activism and power — peace is as much a political construct as it is a cultural mandate..

Equality is _Relevant
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Nonlinear Unification.

The work is influenced by duality, equality and nonlinear processes.

Amplify, Signify, Analyze.
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Exploratory_ Reason(ing).

The work is influenced by Plato’s teachings on multiple stage learning, visual metaphor, postmodern typography and technological advancements that have transformed teaching methodologies.

A Critical Dismantling
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Narrative Deconstruction.

The work is influenced by Jacques Derrida’s ideas on Deconstructionism, thought advancement, code manipulation, and visual and mental interruptions.

Objective Reality
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Nonlinear Unification.

The work is influenced by Gestalt psychology, proximity, manipulation and content-unrelated practices.

Transfıgure
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Stylistic Intermix.

The work is influenced by the principles of Brutalist architecture, critical graphic design and visual transgression.

No Drone
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Transdisciplinary Fusion.

The work is influenced by moral responsibility, social and political unrest, remote interactions, visual metaphor and cause and effect.

Archived Enlightenment
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Transdisciplinary Fusion.

The work is influenced by parallel connections, multi-subject research, information storage and retrieval, and contrasting the natural with the digital.

Worry. Discomfort. Fear.
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Narrative Deconstruction.

The work is influenced by social awareness, psychology, social and personal empathy, overstimulation and visual disorientation.

Nonlinear Connection
Developed using the Theographie exploration directive, Association Mapping.

The work is influenced by thought mapping, compartmentalization, concept visualization, boundaries and topography.

** Thanks to Marisa Franzese for allowing the inclusion of her 71-topic “concept map” into this design piece.
Marisa Franzese