COK

SOCIAL MEDIA | WEB DESIGN | STRATEGY

COK

HCS

WEB DESIGN

HCS

CFNYC

ART DIRECTION | GRAPHIC DESIGN

CFNYC

Artist Book

BOOK DESIGN | BRANDING

purchase here

Artist Book Artist Book

Forgotten

STRATEGY | EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE | GRAPHIC DESIGN

Magazine Magazine

Eponymous Streets of NYC

A Typographic Word Map that accentuates The Lengths of "Eponymous Streets of NYC" on a circular diagram.
The size of type relates to the length of street/avenue in New York City. The map is organized clockwise
starting from 1600 to the 2000.

Eponymous Streets of NYC Eponymous Streets of NYC Eponymous Streets of NYC

De•Gendering.

DeGendering is a Chrome Extension aims to create a gender-neutral online platform.
'DeGender' finds and replaces gender specific pronouns with 'person'. Visit

De•Gendering

WALLS

Apple Store Glass Cube located in New York on 59th street inspired the structure of the Walls experience, an allegorical website exploring world’s renowned boundaries.Visit

Walls

NYC Secrets

New York City Secrets is developed based on the dice game framework; the system responds to user’s chances out of twelve New York City’s hidden places. The next page changes over the course of the user’s visit.

NY Secrets

Parrhesia

Parrhesia is a web application that uses scientists Anthony Greenwald (University of Washington),
Mahzarin Banaji
(Harvard University), and Brian Nosek (University of Virginia) questions to provide
its users an anonymous and public insight into their implicit biases. It does not try to find out if you are
biased, but rather to measure the strength of a person’s automatic associations under the assumption
that everyone is biased, even if they have never done anything biased.

Parrhesia

EXP1

Online Guide. Visit

EXP1

Abortion Laws & Adoptees

A visual attempt to disclose the relationship of The World’s Abortion Laws and USA Adoptees.

Abortion Laws & Adoptees Abortion Laws & Adoptees Abortion Laws & Adoptees

2883

Marx

City of Rome

BRANDING

Rome

261003

261003 is a typeface inspired by conceptual artist Sol Lewitt’s instructional wall art. Lewitt’s calculated stance in Incomplete Open Cubes (1974) formed the guidelines for receptive background. The typeface created using only HTML and CSS. Visit

261003

SWEET+END

About

Baki Mumkaya is a multidisciplinary designer based in New York City. He started an independent micro studio in 2015 and has worked on projects for an eclectic variety of institutions such as PBS (Documentary Series "Finding Your Roots", Season 4-current), New York Life Ventures and NYLV Lab (current), Human Condition Safety in Partnership with AIG and IBM, XDEA Architects, RDG Foundation and ARE Set & Interior Design in Istanbul. He also serves on the board of National Kidney Foundation since 2014.

Baki holds a BFA in Communication Design from Parsons/The New School and a BS in Management Information Systems from Girne American University.