Typeface.

April 20, 2008

Through the eyes of Mel…without her peepers. She is nearly blind but needed this typeface to be somewhat legible for people to actually make out each letter form. hehe…She sees shapes rather than detail.

business card. fold out poster revised

April 16, 2008

This is like an autobiographical promo piece. Each business card represented in the poster are businesses I frequented or worked during my two years at SVA. There were a number of times when I was asked if I had a business card, phone number, or whatever and had to reach into my bag and write my digits on some random business card or tissue i had in my handbag…So yea, thats the whole idea behind this piece. A business card “cut-out” fold out poster. (13×19) Still working on grammar issues but done for the most part.

eh…lost formats.

April 15, 2008





There’s also a cassette in the works yo! peace.

self promo poster. need to finish it

April 14, 2008


:)

April 8, 2008

MORE LIMAHL COVERS…

April 8, 2008

Its 1984 and I see shapes!
FRONT

BACK

Nullsleep. feature in progress…

April 7, 2008

He is an 8bit music genius.

Limahl Album Cover Redesign

April 6, 2008

Still working on this album cover…

When I listen to LIMAHL’s music, I see a bright, 80’s, pink color.
the word “LIMAHL” is the pink and black circles/triangles. I hope its readable.

Magazine Cover

April 4, 2008

after many covers…I think this one will do.

“jumbo”  a publication on Texas Contemporary Culture. Will focus mainly on music, art, and Texas barbque! YeeHAW

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EDITORIAL…Progress on 12pg feature

April 3, 2008

A feature on the Denton, Texas band Midlake.
This is part of a magazine I’m working on for Austopchuck’s editorial class.
The magazine is called “jumbo.” Being a Texan myself I thought it’d be quite nice to do a mag of the lone star state, Hey, maybe I’ll learn something about the place where I grew up. So ummm yea…

This bands music has an old-folk americana feel to it with a lot of eerie, 70’s vocal melodies. Denton is a ghost town and a deeply religious, scary town so I wanted to give the feature that eerie aged, “biblical” aesthetic. I took AvantGarde and bastardized it(Someone told me it kind of reminded them of their parents horrific wood paneling in the late 70s/80s–mission accomplished I guess) Still fixin’ a few things though. But check out Midlake if you havent already.

Ill post the rest later.

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