Web Design, Illustrations, Print, and the occasional back rub.
I hate being too serious. In all of my designs, there's a sense of personality -- Humor makes the world go round.
One of my favorite pastimes is playing dress-up. And that's what I intend to do to each element of my design. Relax, this is the fun part.
After each finished design, I like to take a step back and critique my work. Sometimes, I might shed a tear or two.
There is always work to be done. Work fast but wise, work well but consistent. Just do work.
VIEW MY RESUME
WOOF LEAVE BEHINDOpen shopping box held together by rubber watch and illustrations of my personal knick-nacks.
CONCEPT FOR JEFITA new look for the fitness tracking app, Jefit.
CORPORATE IDENTITYAnnual report for eyewear company, Inspirvision.
VINTAGE JEANS CO.Freelance piece focused on art direction and photography.
CLOUD 9 MOBLILE APPA cloud based dating app that will instantly gratify.
A GUIDE TO COLLEGIATE STEREOTYPESThis is a satirical guide to your everday campus nerd, hippie, sorority, Asian and so forth...
ALEXIA FOUNDATION POSTERDedicated to the PanAm flight foundation. Annual event with speakers/judges and one photography winner.
EXECUTIVE CAREER FINDERWebsite design to connect professionals job search.
CONNECT NOW APPNew 'social media' app soon to be released.
DUPREE INTERNATIONALNews, interviews, and entertainment blog
MCGLUTTOYA reflection of my personal loath at coporate greed.
PINTEREST NAVICONSSocial media navicons for Pinterest
Words hold truth. Lies. Happiness. Animosity. Desire. Words equate meaning, both spoken and unspoken.
They can be a means to an end, or an end to a mean. Words are measured not by volume but by impact. Combined, words can bruise hearts, ignite wars or relinquish everlasting affection. “I love you” “It’s a boy” “Time of death”. These words transform us for a lifetime. Words themselves create opportunities, they can be supportive or they can hurt more than sticks and stones...
What is a head good for without a body? Pictures, logos, and headlines serve as the face of good advertising; they scream “STOP look at me”. But they don’t serve any other purpose than to dazzle the reader. The real message is in the body copy. You want to adorn your body, dress it up, but not too much.
Too much copy, you end up with a sweat suit, while too little may leave you feeling slightly naked. Good copy is informative. Great copy leaves the curious satisfied, but yearning for more...
Apparently there is a new kind of headache medicine out there that can even cure the most annoying case of girlfriend woes. The new line called, help I have a blank is now on sale at convenient stores near you. (Oh, and the girlfriend thing was just for giggles. Thank you Photoshop!)
Paul Rand was a well-known American graphic designer, best known for his corporate logo designs. Educated at the Pratt Institute and the Parsons School of Design, he was one of the originators of the Swiss Style of graphic design.
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