I lended a creative helping-hand to Lieze, and did up a poster design for her art show next week. She and I have both been up to our necks in this project. It’s scale is huge, and she still has a million things to complete before the show… but I figured I could take care of the poster, and leave her with one less thing on her plate.The premise of the show is how advertising uses imagery and photographs that relate to our personal lives to appeal to us on a subconscious level. It will be using an array of 35mm slides projected using vintage slide projectors, with a motion graphic advertisements projected on top of the slide projections, using digital projectors. The projections are to be cast on a giant box constructed of plywood, shipping palettes, and analog VHS cassette tapes. She has sourced an insane amount of vintage technology to make all of this work.If you’re in or around Atlanta on March 10th… come on out!
Another logo design that saw MANY revisions and explorations. The final version was found in the second set of variations… the first and third sets being drastically different from this batch – but altogether vital to the creative process. Further proof that your first idea is not always your best.
I had the opportunity to design all of the ‘Hero Cards’ for the Motorsport Nationals autograph sessions. I put a lot of time into these cards, and wanted them all to be slightly different… while maintaining a cohesive feel that I developed for the flyer. Like the flyer, I wanted the design to feel vibrant with energy to help reflect the chaotic nature of the sport.David JonesrnrnErin SanfordrnrnDaniel WilliernrnAndy SapprnrnBig thanks to Cody for taking the profile pictures, and to Panda and Alex for coming through with action shots of the cars!