Album artwork commissioned by musician James Maddock. Imagery fuses humanoid and mechanical, metallic aspects to communicate the essence of the album title; conflict and duality.
Logo design for online poll-creating website and app Pollzilla, featuring dinosaur-like imagery. Fusing that image with something that represented "polls", the result was the tick mark shaped to double as the raptor's jaw.
Design proposal for the PK Fitness app, highlighting its key features which include real-time performance reports, tracking of progress, and route imaging.
Redesign of a yeti mascot that represents an up and coming beverage brand. The yeti's pose and expression were kept mostly the same, with much more detail and polish added whilst keeping traits of the original mascot.
Ignorance leads to repetition.
Exhibition advertisement design for Ippodo Gallery.
Ippodo Space + Art
Informational sheet for Ippodo Gallery NY, promoting a portable assembly-based tea room as a means to preserve Japanese culture.
Simple promotional layout to be printed on newspapers, as well as distributed digitally. The requirements emphasized the display of artisan Mitsukuni Misaki's earthenware.
By a Blue and Crimson Light
Book cover for a science fiction story set in an alternate Paris.
Cover design for an epic fantasy novel to be sold in paperback and digitally. The basic story is of a burglar boy who is sent down a spiral of trials and tribulations involving dragons, magic, and combat. Several cover drafts were made rearranging text and imagery. The style was kept minimal and stylized, focusing on shapes, silhouettes, and palette.
A pair of tag designs for swimwear brand Bodyglove. Their identity redesign included a starkly contrasting black and yellow palette with some white accents.
Formed in 2016, Marketing Haks is an enterprise offering consulting services to startup businesses and entrepreneurs. I was commissioned to design the Marketing Haks logo and collateral.
Shirt graphic design for Guayaki, an organic beverage company focusing on yerba mate products. The commissioned print was to play off of their catchphrase, Come to Life.
Poster art made for the indie band Vinyl Theater, to promote their Origami album release tour. Imagery playing off of "paper" as a symbol were employed.
Album cover design for musician Josh West. West requested that the Vitruvian Man be referenced, as well as the use of greek diction.
Shirt print design for street wear brand MISHKA. The task was to illustrate a dragon including the brand's iconic symbols, the eyeball and cyclopean skull.