I created the typographic logo you see here for Dunna (DunnaDidIt.com). I placed it on top of an image he took, edited it for contrast and exported it for usage on his website, social media, YouTube, and business cards.
Dunna's Business Cards
Keeping a very neutral, minimalist palette, I carried over the typography from the logo I made and continued using spaced, sans serif letters for the rest of the card design.
Brite Bar Beauty Site
This is a snapshot of the “About” page. Click here to see the full site.
Brite Bar Beauty Logo
The idea was to make this “modern, vintage, glam” logo and brand style, while conveying that it’s all about hair & makeup. With the help of some metallic-feeling colors and the shine of a chandelier, this final logo emerged. The chandelier itself is constructed from contorting and repeating the letter “B”.
DTSR Zine - VOL II
Dream To See Reality Zine
A printed zine composed of original poetry, photographs, paintings, and design. See the internal spreads on the DTSR page under the "Projects" link at the top of the page.
Loqi Design Branding
Loqi Design is a project I started with a friend of mine. This logo and the site design took weeks of collaborating and deliberation, resulting in a dark and monochromatic theme with a warm vs. cool color palette to reflect our fusion of styles.
The White Line Series
A trio of abstract shirt designs based on physical concepts and utilizing line art to convey them.
You Are Lovely Zox
Created from an abstraction of a floral photograph, this bracelet is a reminder to the wearer that they are lovely, always.
No Matter The Weather Zox
With the idea of warm and cool in mind, this Zox design comes from the idea that we can endure any set of varying circumstances and turn it into something beautiful; no matter the weather.
Go With The Flow Zox
An elastic bracelet designed using color blending and overlaying white waves in light opacities, creating a calming effect overall to reflect the name.
On The Road Cover Design
This cover concept was created to capture the grit and movement of the story but still maintain a minimal sensibility with the simple structure of the photo.
Boathouse Crew Shop Banner 1
Banners were designed for Crew Shop as a part of a bigger re-vamping project for the site. For this one in particular, I created a typographic pattern and worked with our marketing coordinator to photograph and edit the products. I then created the final banner image you see in the mockup.
Boathouse Crew Shop Banner 2
Banners were designed for Crew Shop as a part of a bigger re-vamping project for the site. Using photography from our professional shoot, I aimed to maintain a more tough look for this banner. The navy and orange type coordinate with the jacket colors and the boldness creates a sense of force that is also enhanced by the varying opacities pushing it forward.
Boathouse Logo Transformation
This is an animation created in PhotoShop to reflect the transition of Boathouse's branding. It molds into the logo to reference growth and evolution as opposed to what easily could've become about erasing the old brand with the new.
Black Friday Email
A lot of times, emails with specific holidays or commercial events can get very gimmicky, so my goal with this was to make it a bit edgy instead of overly promotional. Keep with the obvious color palette associate with black friday to make it seem mysterious and like a secret deal almost.
Boathouse Crew Shop Social Post
A while back, I started creating a series of Instagram posts for our Crew Shop account using motivational type and strong, monochromatic imagery. They evolved into being potential options for prints to give out at events as well.
In an attempt to be comical, I designed a map about how to make maps. The project focused on information management and clear visual systems for an audience to be able to follow and understand the path.
Movie Poster: Kingsman
This project was an attempt to create a poster outside of the generally used aesthetic of action movie posters. The incorporation of minimalism was an interesting challenge as I tried to find ways to incorporate subtle clues about the plot.
Shop T-Shirt Design
This shirt was designed for a music store in Hawaii to sell to their customers with the idea of fusing minimalism and complexity in repetition.
Product Design: Tights
Design: Urban Terrain
This design was created using varying directions of straight lines as a textural element, easy to transform into other colors.
Product Design: Tights
The texture on these tights was developed using paint splattering affects on a large scale and with varying opacities. It creates a more abstract look and allows colors to interact and create new ones.