My second year of creating everyday for 36 days. This time I got my butt away from the Mac and started to doodle around with a pen and various papers. The outcome is much different from last year. Honestly, I like it much better! The freedom a pen and paper give you is unlike any computer can. Now what to do with the final outcome.
I challenged myself with creating a different letter each day for 36 days. This was definitely a habit building project as much as a creative outlet for me. 36 days is a pretty long time to commit to doing something everyday. Here is the result.
It’s that time again to re-invent this years Art For Health show! Do you believe in super heroes? You should because they are walking among us in various forms. This year, we are lifting up the unsung heroes who make a difference everyday. Here is the new identity which we will be flushing out.
Back in Art School, I started out as a painter! These might turn out to be studies for large scale paintings or just a way to kill time on the bus.
This year is about Music, Graffiti and murals from Chicago, Dominican Republic and Haiti. I tried to incorporate the spirit into this series of posters which will be on sale at the event.
For the 8th Annual benefit, the theme is music! We ran with the idea and are excited about the possibility of designing this theme to promote the event in October! Stay tuned for more designs to follow.
A series which shows the line up and some illustrations.
Some images from the gig!
Last year we got an opportunity to brand a non-profit organization that do amazing work. They help people in Haiti and the Dominican Republic get quality healthcare without spending a dime. We are super excited to share this video which tells the story in full. To see more of our branding check it out here.
I took a short term gig at a great Agency in Denver called The Factory! While there, I helped out on many different projects including these two for an awesome client!
This is a look book brochure for the Summit Series.!
These are a few packaging projects for their lightweight jackets. These were sent to different retailers nationwide to help promote the brand.
Over the past 6 years, I had the great pleasure of creating a new brand for a Benefit that is near to my heart. The Benefit raises money to send artists and medical staff over to Haiti and the Dominican Republic. To keep the event fresh each year, we develop a new identity which is then carried through the branding campaign for each year. I put together the evolution of this branding to show how the logo/mark changes from year to year.
First two years the Annual benefit was called "Art for Haiti", then it changed to "Art for Health". I love creating a new look for each year to keep things interesting not only for me, but also for the people who come to the show from year to year.
To see more of these identities fully blown out, check out the work section of my portfolio. To look at the organization who put the benefit on each year, visit community-empowerment.org