The diagram we use to illustrate the floor plan of our classroom.
A double-sided card students use for anonymous patient data when in the family medicine rotation.
ARTDOCS is a non-profit that offers health care to artists that cannot afford insurance. I was approached to do their print materials for their 2011 Benefit Auction. They needed an 8.5×11 inch bi-fold program, 4×6 inch postcard, 11×17 inch poster, and a 6×8 foot banner. Their logo and the “x-ray hands” assets as well as […]
The flier advertising a luau for my sister’s church in Tennessee.
My sister is throwing a bridal shower for a friend. She asked if I would make some invitations for the event and she’d print them on different colored paper.
This is the interior of the invitation sent to the parents of seniors attending prom.
The first of two posters, this one was created on behalf of the fictional Chambers Group. The content of this poster was designed to persuade the audience of the benefits to cloning.
The second of two posters, this one was created on behalf of the fake Poseidon Foundation. The content of this poster was designed to persuade the audience against the practice of cloning.
This is the front of the sample lease application I made in Adobe Acrobat Pro.
The second half of a college project, this is the cover for the DVD release of the fictional remake of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window that has purportedly produced in the style of A Scanner Darkly. See the movie poster!
An exercise from my graphic design curriculum, I was given several assets (a photo, logo, and some body copy) and designed an ad in three sizes. Thoughts about Full Page Absent from this version of the ad is the page curl I used behind the logo. Reflecting on it now I think I make that […]
Part of a 4-page series, the goal was to lay provided copy and photos in an engaging fashion.
The purpose of this exercise was to layout a font face sample page as it would appear in a catalogue. For it I opted to use Baskerville and take some inspiration for Fight Club.
The lyrics to the acclaimed Tonight, Tonight by the Smashing Pumpkins arranged as flowing text overlaying imagery from the music video.