Recently I got to do some booth graphics at work. I was told it would be back-lit, so I decided to take advantage of that by creating some bokeh graphics (which I posted earlier on Dribbble) with the company colors. I was asked to use previously-created icons along this sides.
The marketing guy at work loved how it turned out, and apparently we were told we had the best booth graphics at the whole event. Here’s a screencap from a video that was taken at the event!
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!
It was the company owner’s birthday this week at the office, so the other graphic designer and I decided to play a small prank; make it look like we filled his entire office with balloons! We got two sizes of balloons to fill in the holes as we went.
He ended up loving it for utilitarian reasons; it meant that he had privacy for a couple of days until the balloon started to drift off the window and deflate. Also, his kid came in and had a blast kicking them all over the office.
Apologies to Dasani.
People in my department have created cute little logo parodies out of their names for their Slack internal chat avatars, and I got inspired and came up with my own! I really only had to make a few new letterforms; the “M” and the “R,” and mess around a bit with the layout.
One of my coworkers used Subaru, another Dino Gas brand from the Pixar Cars movies. The third chose Topo Chico. So we have a bit of a weird trend of water and automobile brands going on.
We recently had a coworker leave Redroc, and we’re all pretty bummed about it! She’s been here for a while, started from the bottom, and has really become an integral part of the company. We wanted to make her something to remember us by, so I created a little magazine cover (“The Goodbye Issue”). She’s a fan of Elle and similar magazines.
Everyone she was close to wrote a little blurb. I was limited in my photo choices (it was a surprise so we couldn’t ask!), so she’s actually in her wedding dress here, with photoshopped skirt and Tito’s in hand (her favorite). We then printed it out and framed it for her last day.
Good luck at the new gig, Daisy! We’ll miss you!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone!
Here’s a bit of a thematic post for today: the little mascot monkey (“Lumi”) that I created for a client at work had plushies made! Definitely a first for my career, haha.
The client ordered these on their own (I am nit-picky and definitely would have had some feedback), but still it was a nice surprise coming back after the holiday. I hope I can get my hands on one!
You can check out some sketches and final art of Lumi here on my website.
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!