Architect, Artist, Designer Thadeus Jasyk presents: Archiphernalia.
After spending seven years working in a large Boston architecture firm, Tad Jusczyk dreamed of starting a design firm that allowed equal time for three seemingly disparate but inextricably linked passions: architecture, graphic narratives, and visual arts. Archiphernalia emerged from that dream.
Archiphernalia is dedicated to architecture, its armamentaria, and its peripheries. Our output combines three core elements: design, storytelling, and visual art.
Why Three Elements? See more here: https://archiphernalia.com/about-forte/
Tad Jusczyk is an architect, artist, and graphic novelist who lives in Exeter, NH. He is the founder of the multi-disciplinary design practice, Archiphernalia. His work focuses on the fleeting intersections between temporal perception, memory, and visual storytelling. He graduated with a bachelor's degree from Brown University, and a master of architecture degree from MIT. Tad's work has been widely published, awarded, and exhibited around the world. He has taught graduate design courses at the Boston Architectural College, and been a frequent guest critic at design schools in New England, including MIT, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Northeastern University, and the Wentworth Institute of Technology. More at Archiphernalia.com.