Logo and ID system for Current Shift a Portland, Oregon based creative studio that focuses on social media for sustainable companies.
Current Shift is a nautical term referring to a change of direction in a tidal or wind driven current.
Rapha Rides for Tohoku event campaign.
Shapes in motion explores simple shapes and how they can interact with a fast paced song.
Proposed t-shirt designs for Volume Bike Co.
Bana Board makes custom vintage Russian Birch skateboard decks. The Poppin’ Russian Birch logo was created for the new line of birch wood banana boards. The logo uses a matryoshka doll as a theme from Russian heritage and combines it with a custom urban logotype and illustration.
"Durable Maze" is a contest entry for People Towels. The design uses elements of nature and typographic statements related to living a sustainable lifestyle. People Towels is an on-the-go alternative to paper towels. They're reusable personal hand towels.
The Shaky Hands are a Portland based indie rock band, distinct for their sound and highly sought after promotional t-shirt designs and cdʼs. Specific and versatile promotional pieces including a poster, concert ticket, postcard and cd package were needed for their hometown venue at Stumptown Coffee Roasters. The illustrations embody Portland Coffee culture with the use of stained textures. The characters and band logo are versatile for multiple applications and changeable for different venues.
2012 Demolition Parts, signature Chris Doyle BMX fork designs.
This is a title sequence for the movie Life Aquatic. It uses texture and camera pans to explore a fun construction paper environment of jacques cousteau's boat the Calypso.
Child’s Play is a video game community and charity that donates to childrens’ hospitals around the world. The poster will urge their current donator’s to give again by tapping into a relatable nostalgia, using late 80s and early 90s gaming culture as the platform for content and illustrations.
Lacie’s Rugged line of mobile hard drives are reliable and durable for the designer on the go. The new package cuts dead space and can be reused for hard drive archiving purposes. The clean and bright one color palette is printed on 100% Neenah recyclable paper to achieve a sustainable solution without losing beauty and durability.
Alpenrose is a dairy producer based in Portland, Oregon. The redesign uses a traditional blue that dates back to some of the first memories of milk in a carton. The fun illustrations and typography set a unique mood while the shape adds a modern twist.
The portfolio show at The Art Institute of Portland needs to bring in creative industry employer’s to view the student’s work upon graduation. The postcard takes Portland’s craft beer brewing culture and relates it to the student’s design and craft at The Art Institute of Portland.
This motion graphics piece focuses on kinetic type and graphics. The subject is The Black Key’s song Kid Sinister. One line of the song is used to show the various motions of typography and shape to a musical track. The piece uses texture, a bold typeface and vintage imagery to make a cohesive blend of different graphic styles.
Brella Box is an artist run umbrella vending machine company that focuses on a reusable system of artist edition umbrellas and city vending machines. The layout uses illustration motivated by the artist edition umbrella prints. The color palette is inspired by the rainy Northwest climate.
Grasser Mag is a quarterly publication highlighting stories from the golden age of snowboarding. The magazine needs to showcase content from one of snowboardings’ rich decades (1987 - 1997) to intrigue and educate younger riders. A variety of illustration styles, a colorful palette, and a fun modern layout re-energizes old stories and memories from snowboarding’s past.
Emil & Me is an art book publication featuring historical Swiss Typographer Emil Ruder and response book from design student, Chris Leiter. Each chapter in both the designer and response books use a hand rendered style to illustratively and typographically showcase the ideas at work.