A nonprofit client of mine recently got to go up to D.C. to lobby for their cause, and my project manager and I assisted them with creating some materials for the lunch event. Below are some pictures they sent over!
The client wanted to showcase stories from the people they’re representing, so we worked together to create 15 table tents with stories and different statistics on the back of each. In addition we created a large, clean infographic showing where in the country some of these stories come from, and where they live.
You can see another piece of work I did for a related campaign here on Dribbble (an interactive infographic).
Always great to see your work in the wild!
Hey! I’ll be out at this great fresh2design event tonight, benefitting people affected by Hurricane Harvey:
You can see my idea for a pin design for the show here (but I ran out of time and missed the deadline :).
Hope to see people there tonight! It might snow, so stay safe out there.
Fun little illustration project I got to do for an October employee event for Lamb’s Tire & Automotive; employees and their families went out to Six Flags for the day (there’s one more flag on the roller coaster in the background, hah).
Just got sent a shirt today! I’m pretty happy with how it came out. I don’t get to illustrate people very often; I’m going to try and incorporate it more into my personal projects. Originally it was an interracial family, but colors were limited later on in the project. Anyway, the kid got the dad’s nose but the mom’s ears.
Left was my initial sketch, right was the tighter sketch to send to the client for approval. The Dad got a collared Lamb’s shirt, and the Mom got more hair, hah.
If you want to see it, I included the digital version in a gif on Dribbble!
I recently created this look for the Agaverama tequila sale at Twin Liquors. Definitely a fun campaign to work on, with the color freedom and subject matter. It was a tiny surreal coming across it in Austin Monthly (I’ll never get used to seeing my work in the wild).
I mocked up a little pin of the agave and put it on Dribbble when I made this ad in July. Then I learned you can’t do gradients on pins. Boooo.
This year I got to design the label that went on the company Christmas gift (although I couldn’t say “Christmas” on the label, of course). I went ahead and did some custom script, because I feel like any designer in their right mind does custom type whenever they can!
You can check out the sketch I posted on Dribbble. The digital version stayed pretty much the same (other than some alignment/sizing issues and other small tweaks).
Hope everyone has a great holiday season!
Inspired by ampersands that were trending on Dribbble, me and designer friend Eli Perez decided to create an ampersand out of actual bacon! It was inspired by a specific ampersand that a designer that we follow named Anthony Lane posted on his Dribbble, but it appears he has taken it down since.
The house smelled like “maple glaze” for days.
You can check out a .gif loop of a bunch of images (some of them cooked!) on my Dribbble page, here.
P.S. Name “Hampersand” was settled on after some deliberation. Other proposed names: Bacon-sand, Amperswine, Andcon
Good friend and designer buddy Eli Perez gave me an invite to Dribbble! Super excited to be on there. Seems like a great service for designers, and a great source of inspiration.
I’ll be posting my debut shot soon! Check me out. Hopefully I’ll be getting some invites so I can get some more colleagues on there.