Nejc Prah is a Slovenian-born graphic designer with an MFA from Yale University School of Art. His printed and digital body of work reflects an irreverent application of both rigid and squiggly geometric shapes to his designs and animations. For his project, “Sandwich,” he developed an online program through which a visitor can assemble a custom digital “sandwich.” The sandwich-building components, for the most part, consist of bars of color that represent different ingredients: pink for ham, orange for peanut butter, fragmented green for pickles. He is a member of the Slovenian design and art collective, Ansambel.
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