Tag : print
One of the most crucial, albeit overlooked, arrows in the pool player’s quiver is chalk. Without this consumable to create friction, leather tips would slip at any attempt to apply english to influence a cue ball’s course. Players typically carry their own chalk and are loyal to the brand they learned to play with. If […]
This logo and Identity system was produced for an independent flooring contractor seeking to expand his client base into an upmarket niche.
The poster has been a constant format throughout visual arts history, predating graphic design as a discipline. Across this rich history, posters have largely been a mouthpiece for political and social pursuits. This series, tied to the American Democracy Project, celebrates this tradition by wrapping contemporary messages in historical graphical styles.
As a gift to my niece and her husband-to-be, I volunteered my services for the creation of some materials for their wedding. I compiled a questionnaire, to be completed by each of them, separately, in an effort to find correlations to draw upon conceptually. Having been high school sweethearts, all of their answers pointed in […]
Beginning my job at FHSU’s Office of University Relations in September of 2009, my primary focus was developing the brand and all associated materials for 2010’s High Plains Band and Orchestra Camp. The client came with a definite direction regarding visual elements. The real meat of the project was the brochure and she was dissatisfied […]