Sam Naylor is a designer born in Cleveland, Ohio and currently residing in Downtown Los Angeles. He recently graduated from the Tulane School of Architecture with a Masters of Architecture Magna Cum Laude with honors. 

Uninterested in visual or stylistic consistency his work continues to shift and turn haptically from one interest to the next. His artwork has been exhibited various places online and across multiple galleries in Los Angeles. His thesis was shown at the AIA design center in New Orleans, and was awarded the Senior Scholar Award, Thesis Commendation, and the John William Lawrence Memorial Medal for overall design excellence. 

He is currently a designer at NBBJ Architects in Los Angeles, California.

 
 
 

F42473 is a hexcode for the color...F42473, a sort of pinkish magenta. It started as a branding idea, a way to cohesively identify myself across platforms of social media et. al.. The idea of a color could transcend profile picture formats and the hex code for said color was the obvious solution for a consistent username. 

Whereas architects typically use a highlight color in diagrams I chose to use one for identity, the logo without the logo - simply hue. 

This idea, represented in this website, and across my platforms is constantly evolving.