I took this persons picture/drawing and turned it into a graphic for their painting company.
I’ve been designing ads for my work that get put into the programs for this seasons plays and performances at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, Colorado.
I was tasked to design the new desktop calendar for my work and I came up with this. Final size is 19.75 x 27.25 “. And only two go-arounds of … Continue reading 2020 Calendar
This is my childhood friend Cynthia. We lived next to each other for a time and I was friends with her and her sister. I remember doing a lot of things with Cyndi when we were kids.
If not for Facebook, we’d never had come in contact with each other again, I’m sure of it. One of my favorite things about social media is how it can reconnect you with people.
Cynthia is a strong woman, living in California. She is politically driven and advocates for equal rights. I love seeing what she is doing with her life: she speaks out, she participates in marches and movements and protests, she is using her voice and she encourages others to do so as well. I wish I had half her drive! Cynthia for President!
I enjoy practicing techniques in Photoshop and Illustrator, and this one was fun and simple. Inspired by Shepard Fairy’s Obey Giant propaganda poster and its variations. I printed it out on glossy photo paper and sent it to her as a surprise. The colors turned out rich and sharp, I was happy with it.
11/2017- this was an ad in Resident Rock Star Magazine. I did not design the main logo contained within the black box, but I did put together the actual ad. I used a map of the streets that surround the stores location as the background.
Circa 2013 Illustration of nursery rhyme Framed prints available
Pug Pop Art 2016
Eight different photos / poses, composited into one picture. 2015
Mock-up, Tabloid-type magazine 2015
Triptych composite of a gnome-girl