This was a classy poster design for Clyde’s of Reston. We used the same design for various marketing collateral.
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I’ve created these designs each year for the past few years for a race at Clyde’s in Columbia. I decided to go back to a collection of running shoes, similar to a design I did 2 years ago. I like the idea of changing it up each year with different shoes and colors but the… Read more »
A new T-shirt design for this year’s St. Patty’s Day celebration in Reston.
A festive poster design for celebrating Cinco De Mayo at Clyde’s of Columbia. I went with margarita colors, a pattern and fun type.
An executive chef at Clyde’s Tower Oaks Lodge was having a viewing party for his Chopped show. I designed a bright poster, creating a tear down the poster with the Chopped logo to split up the copy.
Clyde’s at Mark Center are hosting a new Bourbon and Cigar Tasting event and needed a poster and table tent card to advertise with.
Clyde’s had a new beer festival coming up and I had creative freedom to come up with a design. Since the festival is featuring smaller breweries, I wanted it to feel handmade. I decided to draw the Craft Beer type instead of using a regular font to give it that handmade feel. I took a… Read more »
Another fun project. Clyde’s of Columbia has an annual 10K Race and needed a shirt design. I thought it would be fun to have a small collection of running shoes with a bit of old school feel. The final shirt was a nice white athletic running shirt.
Here is a poster I designed for Clyde’s of Tysons Corner. They started serving oysters and wanted artwork to highlight their newest addition. Oyster lined artwork was given to me by Clydes, I simply colored the shells. I wanted the design to be classy, a little vintage, and fun.
Clyde’s of Reston was having their first St. Patrick’s Day Party. They wanted leprechauns running through the Reston Town Center. All participants received a Tshirt. I had creative freedom to come up with something fun, a rare opportunity! I designed a rough sketch with a more generic leprechaun and just jumped into Illustrator from there…. Read more »