Advertising can be a wonderful forum for fun and interesting visual challenges. Often made under short deadlines (with nearly zero client input) these are a few pieces of work I'm happy to showcase.
More previews of projects that were left behind, and some of early sketches are on my Sketchbook page (Click to enter).
Translating a clients business through logo Design is still one of my favorite Design challenges. Here are a few opportunities I have had working back and forth to make some great places feel official.
My personal work has always been about investigating my interest, and bolstering my professional abilities. Here are a few pieces straight off the drawing table.
Much like the work on my Ink page, here are more pieces right from the "after hours". Except these have been shown, sold, and shared with other great clients. You too can purchase some of these, in my "Shop" (click to enter).
Much like logo work, making an icon is like compressing a statement into a simple, direct visual. And also like logos, are some of my favorite challenges.
From drawing on napkins to working directly with paying clients; Illustration projects continue to bridge a gap between my Design and personal artwork. Here are a pieces done with fantastic, creative clients for print and the web.
Every artist has a sketchbook. Even though I have volumes on volumes of them, I would like to show a few "sketches" of ideas that either didn't make it to the end, or turned into something else. Either way, its still interesting to see what once was.
Most people know Pat's King of Steaks as an iconic Philly institution. I had the opportunity to make a few ads that eventually showed up on buses, and even billboards. Here are a few of my strange favorites.