Bone Nuit is an all-natural dog treat that helps wild or anxious dogs settle down at night. The visual identity evokes a sense of naturalism and care for the environment through the woodblock style illustration and materials it is made with.
Marketing materials for J. Gilbert's restaurants across the country.
On a single night in NYC, there are over 2,500 unaccompanied homeless youth. Safe Horizon wanted to raise awareness of the homeless youth epidemic and raise money to support a solution.
Mother's Worry is a hypothetical rock 'n' roll music festival that benefits homeless youth in New York City. The visual identity for the festival captures the ruggedness of the city and homelessness while portraying a sense of rock 'n' roll nostalgia. Money raised by the festival goes straight to Safe Horizon to support urban homeless youth.
Going to the nail salon is often an isolating experience without much interaction between guests. The challenge was to create a nail salon that establishes a sense of community among its patrons.
Dainty Pango is a nail salon with an eccentric personality that strives to bring a sense of community to its guests. Along with having their nails done, Dainty Pango offers tea to its patrons and a place to sit and enjoy it. By incorporating a café environment inside a nail salon, Dainty Pango breaks the isolation barrier.
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Digital and print design created for Houlihan's Restaurants, Inc., a restaurant with locations nationwide.
NÚNA is a hypothetical Icelandic skin care company that harvests salt from Iceland's Blue Lagoon and infuses it in bath & body products. NÚNA, the Icelandic word for "NOW," strives to promote healthy lifestyles and rejuvenation through bath care and relaxation practices.
The University of Missouri–Kansas City Department of Theatre has a significant reputation nationwide. My goal as a designer for UMKC Theatre is always to elevate the program's reputation even more and make people interested in seeing shows.
Russian Constructivism started in the early 1900s and lasted until the 1940s. At its core, Constructivism is the rejection of autonomous art, or "art for the sake of art," and shifted thinking to allow design to serve as a political means. This project was created as if the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City were having a Constructivist exhibit. The book is something you might buy in the museum store, designed in the style of Russian Constructivism.
An assortment of layout design I have done, all gathered in one place for your viewing pleasure.
Bristol is a fine dining seafood restaurant owned by Houlihan's with select locations across the midwest and East coast.
These are emails created and deployed for food releases and events.