Each of the photos in this project was carefully chosen for maximum impact. The viewer is invited to enjoy the recipes and featuring the best in seafood. I created and styled every image in this layout from scratch. I purchased all of the props for each spread and arrange and lit each one to bring out the beauty of the seafood.
The layout of each spread was intended to create a connection between the author and the reader. I wanted the tentacles to feel as if they were intertwining with the typography on the page. I strategically arranged the tentacles to create a photo with the most impact. The use of negative space balances out the large scale graphics and photography.
The marketing brief is the heart and soul of a company. It includes branding elements, advertisements and the demographics of the specific industry. No Regrets is a soap that removes tattoos instantly. I chose colors of high contrast and brightness to increase curiosity. The logo design symbolizes the product in action. The black splash represents the tattoo and the words “No Regrets” are mimicking the product itself. Inside the marketing brief you will find numerous pieces that reflect these branding elements.
Dada is one of the first modern art movements. Dada is also known as the anti-art movement and literally translated to “yes yes.” Dada was born out of World War I and liberated the rebellion. The artists of that time were experimenting with unorthodox materials and became innovative with glue and scissors. This movement also saw the birth of collage and photomontage.
I created this poster to express the Dada composition. This piece was crafted with the same tools of the trade and is advertising a Dadaism convention held in New York.
My client, Matrix Imports, was looking for a creative way to invite people to visit their booth at High Point Market week. I designed a presentation folder that would hold important information about the collection and invitations that capture the Matrix feel. Each event has a different signature drink and is featuring a new furniture line. They were a hit!
A fashion blog should include large beautiful images to capture the visitor. This blog is no exception. Check out the site live: www.lindafruits.com/hellofruits/
I know they say don’t judge a book by it’s cover but, this one you can. This is a tribute to a cast of familiar characters.
A picture is worth a thousand words but what if the words are the picture? The use of appropriate fonts evoke a sense of place and time. The type treatment for this 3 ad series associates the viewer with the spectacle of the circus. Each ad has a different set of expressive words to create mystery about whats inside the big tent.
My client, Jolene’s Jars was looking for a new modern way to showcase her flavored pickles. After a series of client meetings I presented her with a set of roughs. Eventually I created the labels you see here. I feel they represent the product in a new whimsical and very approachable way.
This corporate identity was created for Get Downtown. This organization is geared towards activating the downtown Fort Lauderdale area. The complimentary colors were chosen to create a balanced dynamic.
This ad series was created for an innovative company called Cycle Party. In a magazine filled with ads how do you make one stand out? Create art. This series was featured in Go Riverwalk magazine and is inspired by many famous art movements. Which ones do you see?
A logo sets the tone for your company as a whole. It anchors the identity and communicates subconscious messages to its audience. A logo should be unique and representational of the company. Below are some examples of logos I have made for clients. Creating a logo is exciting and each client comes with a different set of limitations. What do you want your logo to say about you?
Milk carton inspired by the Pop Art movement. Take a bite of Warhol and the gang.
"Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still." -Dorothea Lange
The creation of an annual report requires multiple levels of design. You must satisfy the needs of the client while creating layouts that are engaging, full of content, yet still easy to read. In this project for CB2, I wanted to reflect their modern aesthetic and minimalistic design. The open layouts and clean use of type reflects that sensibility.
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