Developed collateral for non-profit organization, Common Cause. Theme to design around was "We The People". Bold, contrasting colors and a slab typeface accompany eye-moving design elements to keep viewers interested while being informed.
Program Book - Inside
Program Book - Inside
Series of quick doodles of pets from my Doggie Doodle Decal venture! These doodles were printed as decals for their owners to share their love of their pup where ever they go! Get yours now!
These pieces were designed for Drillers Club for an upcoming line of merchandise.
Eagle Ford Catering
Branding and website for a caterer in South Texas who works oil and frac fields exclusively.
Commissioned for Toledo-based metal band, Crestfallen.
Loft on Lake
Website design for Loft on Lake in Chicago. The loft was beautifully constructed so I used close-ups of the architecture as background elements to give the viewer a sense of the space.
Loft on Lake Landing Page
Loft on Lake "Our Space" Page
Loft on Lake "Rental" Page
Miscellaneous pieces that don't have a home.
Identity for local makeup artist.
Munich 1972 Olympic Poster
Iron & Coal Preliminary Logo Design
Lancer Evo IX Illustration
Harvest Festival Typography Poster
Mini Challenge Appropriation Poster
World Poverty Ad
I Want to Hold Your Hand
A passion project. My brother and I entered this beer into a competition. Motherlode is a term used for describing a large deposit of gold in the earth.
MotherLode Golden Ale Label
Lately I’ve been helping a client build up his new oilfield based apparel brand, RoughneckX. Together, we have developed the logo and several graphics for shirts, hats and more. I will also be developing the website in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!
Sips & Sprinkles
This branding was created for an Ice Cream and Coffee spot located in downtown Belvidere, IL. The logo incorporates a coffee cup made of waffle cone, filled with mint ice cream and topped with sprinkles. Color palette reflects a retro ice cream parlor and our interior design will match! Opening Summer 2018!
This logo was created for Belvidere Illinois first sushi bar. The name comes from the old railroad that ran through town. The trains ran on electricity and were fitted with what's called a pantograph on the top of them. These "pans" would hug the wires supplying the current to the train. The lines above the Japanese characters in the logo represent the power lines and tapering effect is done to represent chopsticks. The Japanese characters here read "Sushi".