Copal Surf Wax is a product that I created. Using 100% organic products, the surf wax was created with bee’s wax, coconut oil and copal resin.
Custom molds were created utilizing 3D printing on an Oject printer. This allowed the use of the vacuum former to create the custom molds.
The wax was produced and poured into the molds.
The packaging design and manufacturing was done on 100% poster recycled from Neenah.
All of my digital illustration start with a pencil and some paper.
For this illustration I wanted to show off multiple different techniques using geometric line work, overlapping color tones, depth and with a computerized hand drawn illustration style.
Custom CD design was created, incorporating a mix of songs from Notorious B.I.G.'s past albums.
Using a one-line illustration that is meant to resemble B.I.G.’s free flowing style to his lyrics. And adding a three-dimensional aspect to the illustration by copying and pasting my original drawing.
Creating a company’s logo and a marketing plan along with products for a fictitious southern restaurant, Southern Side Up was created a country style breakfast diner.
Utilizing actual wood, to emphasize the rustic farm theme, menus and other items were produced.
Menus, drink coasters and business card (all made of wood) were etched using a laser cutter, creating a great textural appeal. Both the large menu and the drink menu were hand bound using book cloth.
Developing a brand for fictitious Safari Brewery, “Twisted Giraffe IPA” was created.
Hand illustration was used for the labels and packaging, creating a comical and relaxed image to the product. Playing with the sizes and textual elements to the illustration gave the giraffe his own “twisted” look. Keeping with the “safari” theme allows creation for illustration of other creative safari animals that could be used in future brands.
This research paper was developed into a bound book. Original visual layout was designed and the book was created and bound. Throughout the pages of design spreads, subway signage was used to navigate the reader to each chapter of content.
An existing company, Baltimore Tattoo Museum was given an updated logo.
These two typefaces were heavily influenced by the traditional tattoo style of hand-lettering. The use of rope to seal the logo’s overall gestalt, and the cannon as a symbol, reflects the port-city image of Baltimore.
The design of this web site, an e-commerce site, was created for KF Clothing Company.
As a founder of this company, I needed a web site to display products and to allow on-line ordering.
I created this web site utilizing interactive Java Script to engage viewers. This site is compatible with multiple devices.
This magazine design was a re-creation of an original one-page article, taking advantage of our use of space. My visual design of the spread was meant to be read using simple, clean composition and construction, reflecting the overall theme of the content of eco-friendly cleaner cities.
This creation and design was used for an invitation to a promotional event for the Baltimore Tattoo Museum. The purpose of this event was to allow the tattoo artists to sell individual artwork, as well as to showcase tattoo styles for potential clients.