Dorkflag is all about discovering and taking pride in your dorky nature. Take a simple test and reveal your inner dork also keep up-to-date with the latest in dork-culture.
Dorkflag’s online presence includes a website, facebook page, twitter page, and pinterest which allows the user to interact with like-minded dorks. I also made buttons and stickers so that the client can raise their #dorkflag. This project is a piece of myself, as such I felt it was important for me to hand render all of the components.
Jane Doe: Baddass Hostess Gear
When coming up with this company/product I knew that I wanted to focus of a lifestyle not just a item to sell. With this in mind I came up with the idea of modernizing the lifestyle of the 1940’s hostess. The style behind the company would be dark, and sexy. Using an old damask style while updating it with girlie skulls.
The company would focus on the lifestyle of the hostess with a blog and social media. The first round of products that the company would push would be a barware line that includes drinkware and bar accessories.
Jane Doe’s mission can be summed up in two words: Corpse Reviver. We will stop at nothing to live up to that cocktail family’s name. With our fierce arsenal of glassware and accessories, and a double shot of social media, we’re arming the next generation of home mixologists to put the “party” back into “cocktail party.”
This is Mixology 2.0.
We’ve just raised the bar.
Rock on the rocks.
Jane Doe is taking mixology home to try something kinky.
To produce a new look and feel of the classic team Marvel's Fantastic Four.
When approaching this project I wanted to hand render as much of the components as possible. I also wanted to make the characters recognizable with as little detail to the face as possible.
The assignment was to create a concept and brand for a monthly regional magazine.
The concept that I came up with is a modern, sleek, burlesque magazine called Peep. Peep is a look into the modern world of burlesque with insider tips, interviews with the hottest burlesques stars of today and the history of the stars of yester year.
National Portfolio Day Invite
This assignment was to create a dynamic design to inspire the viewer to attend the National Portfolio Day event.
With the trend towards a more hands on approach in design I thought it was important to hand render the super graphic. Placing the computer generated font typeface was a conscience effort to show contrast.
To create a pattern that would incorporate the look and feel of the Addams Family.
Combining my new found love for texture and illustration with my love for the Addams Family I was able to create a patterned wrapping paper.
This was a project that I set for myself just for fun. I wanted to try and come up with a fun vector dominate brand. And so EATME: Bakery & Cafe was born.
I wanted to work on branding, and create a icon set that would be easy understood by the view. What better way to merge these two things than an app. The app allows the user to fine the nearest bakery and create a custom cupcake that will then be ready for pick up by the time they arrive. I will continue this project by making packaging and a video game.
This assignment was to create a book cover and spine design with a new technique that involved rubber cement and ink to create a new type face.
I paired said typeface with vector art and multiple textures to create the first book cover and spine design. The second design is more of a comment on cover-ups, intrigue, espionage, and misinformation in the story line.