TableTopics Paper Placemat Pads
I designed two paper placemat pads—each has 8 patterns. The design of the placemats feature question "cards" on the left and right edges, so they aren't covered up when the meal is served.
TableTopics Infomania Editions
These two conversation starter card sets feature an infographic on the back of each card and a question on the front (135 cards in each). I designed the belly wraps using elements from the card backs. Infomania Family received a Creative Child Magazine Product of the Year 2013 award.
TableTopics Catalog
This B2B catalog shows the product packaging as well as sample cards from the editions. Praise for the 2015 catalog: "GOOD WORK on the graphics for the cover of the new catalog. Really sharp. Very hip. Very almost Andy Warhol looking. Bravo." Product photography © Eric Muetterties Photography.
Bay Area Discovery Museum Newsletter
This 20-page booklet had some standardized design pages, but I custom-designed many of the pages for this particular newsletter. I also shot the cover photo.
Silver Bullet Productions Website
I used the modular Divi Wordpress theme to create this informational website for a filmmaking education nonprofit. The site features documentary film trailers as well as PSAs created by students.
SH Interiors Wordpress Website
I used the Acoustic Wordpress theme by Pexeto. I adjusted the theme both visually and functionally to fit my client's needs. 2014
Insignia Hair Salon Responsive Website
I designed and developed this website alongside the salon branding, signage and collateral. The main navigation is accessed by clicking on the tab at the top.
Insignia Hair Salon Business Card
I designed this business card as a part of the Insignia Hair Salon branding package. The card design features lace and fishnet patterns with spot UV coating.
Get Lost!! Logo
Participants in Get Lost!! events use a map to navigate through courses, both in nature and urban settings. The chosen logo shows the fun and challenging nature of the events — the athletes constantly face directional choices throughout their course and must make the right choice or "Get Lost!!"
Marketing Mechanics White Paper
I worked closely with Marketing Mechanics owner Ellen Grace Henson on the copy, layout and graphics for this white paper. The graphics were designed to complement the company logo.
ComputerCare Lenticular Postcard
ComputerCare Marketing Manager, Melissa Marsh, and I collaborated on this lenticular postcard concept designed to leave a lasting impression. There were five stock photos used.
Academic Book Dust Jackets
I received cover images and some direction from Rachel Perkins at Oxford University Press. I presented several design options for each cover.
Gary Taxali’s Sweetshop Toys Stationery Set
I selected Gary Taxali's artwork to be featured as part of the Dark Horse Deluxe stationery line. With guidance from Art Director Mark Cox, I chose which images to use, designed the stationery, envelopes, belly band and stickers. The artist’s logo was provided.
Tim Burton's Tragic Toys for Girls and Boys
With expert guidance from Art Director Mark Cox, I designed the logo, product packaging and print advertising for a line of toys, apparel and other merchandise using images and text from Tim Burton’s book, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories. The goal was to create a look for the line that was at once dark and cute, just like Tim Burton's characters.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic Books
I created a new look for the inside front cover and letters pages for each four-issue mini-series including creation of background pattern, type selection and layout, and photo or illustration selection. In my time at Dark Horse I designed BTVS issues 45-63 as well as trade paperbacks and a few special issues. I also designed the Tales of the Vampires graphic novel masthead and interior pages.
Strip Search Logo & Book
Strip Search began as a weekly online comic strip contest facilitated by Adam Gallardo for the Dark Horse Comics website in 2002. I designed the logo for the contest and then adapted the look when the winning comic strips were collected into a book.
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