New England Gothic, like other manifestations of the American Gothic, encompasses supernatural and explained phenomena, ghosts, witches, and monsters as well as inbred families, guilty secrets, and monsters in human shape. New England’s Gothic history, folklore, and literature combine nostalgia for a medieval or colonial golden age with the stronger belief that from the past comes horror and evil. Stephen King, the exemplar of Gothic New England since the 1970s, continues the tradition of collecting and rewriting supernatural legends begun by Cotton Mather and John Greenleaf Whittier. Nineteenth-century authors such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Harriet Beecher Stowe immortalized the region’s Gothic past. In the twentieth century, Rhode Island’s H. P. Lovecraft peopled the landscape with hybrid monsters and the reanimated dead. For these writers, seventeenth-century Puritans stand in for the Middle Ages of the first Gothic Revival.
—  Faye Ringel on New England Gothic

1/3 posters made together with Yacinth Pos as part of the identity for the Good Work expo by NOUN. We documented process of the 33 students and archived it as archeological/anthropological findings in a visual exploration to find “Good Work”.

As society treats the term as a definable quality, so we sought out to find a physical form for this frequently used measure, while speculating the answer lies in subjective elements like emotional value, individual experiences and other personal definitions.

Gebirgsjäger Julius Alfred “Papa” Ringel during the World War II. The Gebirgsjäger are mountain troops the word “Jäger” mean “Hunter” on his cap there is the Edelweiss.
The edelweiss flower was the symbol of Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS Gebirgsjäger. It is still the symbol of the mountain brigade in the German army today.
The plant prefers rocky limestone places at about 1800–3000 m altitude.
Gebirgsjäger Julius Alfred “Papa” Ringel durant la Seconde guerre mondiale. Gebirgsjäger est un corps d'infanterie aplin le mot “Jäger” signifie “chasseur” et sur sa casquette on aperçoit l'Edelweiss.
La fleur Edelweiss était le symbole des Gebirgsjäger de la Wehrmacht et la Waffen SS. A ce jour l'Edelweiss est toujours le symbole de l'infanterie alpine dans l'armée Allemande.
La plante pousse en moyenne entre 1 800 à 3 000 mètres d'altitude sur des pelouses rocailleuses, vires rocheuses…