ABOUT


Sarah Auches (they/she) is a graphic designer based in St. Louis, MO // Kiikaapoi land. Their design work centers on research-driven identities, type design, and experimental motion. They are passionate about critical practices that work for resistance and joy. 

Currently pursuing a BA in Design with a Communication Concentration from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. Open to freelance opportunities. Always excited to learn and build new things together!




WRITING


Imagining the Homeland
ANXIETY & EMPIRE, 2021

The Grid & Systems of Control
DESIGN & CAPITAL, 2021




06.21.21


Grandma’s 90th


POV grandma recommends plain yogurt with a tablespoon of icecream <3 <3


02.08.21


“Lost Hapa” flyer


all jokes... but also...


12.28.20


Those People, I Call Them Mine. By Ahmed Motiwala



Spread designs for a lovely friend. Featured in Colour Magazine.  


12.24.20


me and my grandma, parallel zoom posture.




12.22.20


i call him mine / he is me, he is me 
Ahmed Motiwala


Poetry with the unexpectedly lovely green-blue glare of my computer screen. 


12.22.20


Maybe the awareness of someone else ‘seeing your thoughts’ makes them less abstract, more definitively ‘real.’
 A text conversation with Isra and a research hole. 


12.21.20


How do different forms of nationalism shape racial practice? (race as pivotal to constructions of belonging in U.S. context...?)

A text conversation with many a lovely audio message now gone.