I’m so excited to see the final printed product after working on these two booklets over the winter for this collaborative effort between CMU and WVU. These are both 8-panel accordion-folded booklets, to be handed out with research studies to teenage girls. The top one is a reference guide showing all the various birth control options… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Graphic Design Projects
I had a blast designing a Tshirt for the local (and very talented) cast of Rock of Ages that performed at The Apollo in Martinsburg in September, 2016. I created quick illustrations of references from the play and we printed these on white T-shirts.
Sharing a T-shirt Design I did last week for Discover Outdoors Foundation in NYC for an upcoming event. They wanted something a little vintage this year and I had fun with this sweet typeface I found, modifying it some and working with some simple mountains/trees. Every year they have a hiking fundraiser to raise funds… Read more »
I designed a logo for Darren’s new company. He wanted a crest of some sort with his ‘C’ for Cyrus and had an idea with a shield. I sketched a variety of ideas but decided to mock up this idea, combining the a ‘C’ on a shield. Through the drafts we decided to… Read more »
This was a classy poster design for Clyde’s of Reston. We used the same design for various marketing collateral.
A new local Shepherdstown business for translation and interpretation services needed a logo to get their business going. They recognized the need for solid branding for their new venture. They liked the idea of using an owl somehow, a symbol of wisdom. Shannon McCarthy and I teamed up for this project and Shannon sketched several… Read more »
Discover Outdoors wanted a piece to hand out that showcases what they are all about in a quick postcard design. I took one of their own photos for the front and adjusted the colors slightly to make it pop out a little to capture the interest of the viewer. On the back, the client had… Read more »
I designed these two custom seed packets with Robert Hynes beautiful paintings. We wanted them to feel organic and it took some time to cut out the artwork.
A fun retro logo design that I think came out really well. Unfortunately, Atomidata had to close down, so if anyone is interested in repurposing this logo to their own needs, let me know!
A great NYC-based group that brings outdoor adventures & educations to NYC kids – Discover Outdoors Foundation – needed a t-shirt designed for their first Hike-a-thon. The group was hiking 14 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Harriman State Park. It was a little challenging sticking to 3 inks, one being the client’s gray from… Read more »