For 2010 Chubb Insurance wanted a Ski Patrol themed booth. The show is in Colorado so we thought it was a great idea as well. So we built a ski lodge bar. To really make it seem real we printed a huge image of a ski village and mounted it where the windows would be. Conversely, we printed a huge image of a lodge bar on the outside so when walking by it seems that you are looking into a fun party.
On the bar I designed a fake top. Making it look like actual slate tiles was easy with the help of transparent gradients in Adobe Illustrator. The booth ships soon so hopefully we will have some great shots of it up and in the convention center.
I worked with A1 Hardscape & Landscape design since there inception in 2005. They needed a logo that would work well for vehicle lettering as well as the web. Through the years I have helped their business flourish and grow every year.
A poster I produced in 2004 for the Cooper – Hewitt and a seminar on typography. (it’s a bull)
Package design for the Colorwave Collection by Noritake. The challenge was to design one package for all of their color ways. Using the shapes and die lines of the actual pieces in the collection I created a generic package that would get a specific sticker to denote which color variation was in each box. Stay tuned for sticker post.
Kollmer Outdoor Services needed a logo and business card that had a natural feel to support the beautiful landscaping they do. I illustrated and nice outdoor scene and integrated it into the logo.
These are two logo options for a heating and cooling company. They had a good idea of what they wanted. The main uses of this logo were vehicle lettering and their new website.