A poster inspired by and advertising the streetcar line that runs on Canal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Last year Ben’s daughter was born on his birthday and commemorating it this year seemed too good an opportunity to miss.
Louisiana is known as the “Pelican State” and so I set to revise my Florida poster.
I made this poster for Laura’s birthday in the style of Florida and Georgia.
May the 4th be with you! On a whim I put this together and shared it among friends and family.
The diagram we use to illustrate the floor plan of our classroom.
The back of John’s business card features the logo I created for Windsong Aviation. John likes Canadian Geese and I knew he’d be receptive to having one in his logo.
This year our clerkship has a new director and that means a new group photo for the jump drive. Pictured here are the coordinator, director, and secretary for Tulane’s family medicine clerkship.
A double-sided card students use for anonymous patient data when in the family medicine rotation.
The “landing page” for our clerkship materials, this page features the photo of our clerkship staff and some background about our program. Prominently featured here is the green/blue wave that divides each section of Family Medicine material.
Though intended to be a travel poster like the other two, this is the third in my Psychonauts series.
Inspired by the Black Velvetopia level in Psychonauts, this is the second in a series of three travel posters.
Critically acclaimed, Psychonauts is a hilarious and engaging game. When it debuted I watched my friend Jess play it to completion. Its been years since I thought about that but this birthday poster project seemed a good time to remind her with some travel posters.
You may recall Florida I made for Nancy. Her husband John likes Canadian geese and I thought, thematically, he should have a poster in a similar style to hers.
This was our first year in New Orleans and this card commemorates Laura finishing her masters and me working at Tulane. It’s the third Christmas card I’ve done since getting married.
A little piece I did as a quick exercise to try and make something art deco themed—some wind, mountains, and a sun.
While not directly related to this year’s auction, I was also asked to make an 8×6 foot banner using their + logo and x-ray hands while also bringing in the typographic work I’d established on their other print materials.
This is the second piece I worked on for the ARTDOCS 2011 Benefit Auction. I carried over most of the typographic elements I’d established with the postcard to keep “the look” consistent.