Branding, collateral and photography for a new bakery in Ditmas Park.
An extension of the Bower brand- packaging for two new products, handmade in Brooklyn. The labels for Stick-Up Sticks & Tipsy reflect the playful nature of this company.
Poster for a Zombie Halloween dance party at one of my favorite dive bars, Matchless.
I created the identity and print material for an incredibly talented Brooklyn-based furniture company, Bower. Their name comes from the Bower bird who gathers simple materials to build complex and beautiful structures. The oversized newsprint poster was made to promote the release of their 2013 collection being featured in the BKLN Designs show. See more of their work at bowernyc.com!
During my internship with the Brooklyn-based artist, Mike Perry, I was given the opportunity to design the cover of this book. It was published by Chronicle and can be purchased in several stores, including Urban Outfitters, Barnes and Noble and Target.
I created a poster for the local animal rescue that I volunteer for. This is such a great cause for the community and I was happy to help them out with some new swag. Check out their site and find a new friend today!
Custom visuals created for the 2013 Activated Sun launch and window displays. All work done in collaboration with Kiehl's Since 1851.
Collage, paint, silver sharpie and a whole lotta rain.
Announcements for my dear friend's baby shower! I had so much fun making these illustrations come to life. Inspired by French-style mid-century illustrations, I stuck with simple lines and 3 colors.
Design for a series of scratch-off lottery tickets that would be given away at the Kiehl's Flagship store in New York. I made icons that represent the brand story- Mr. Bones, Pear Street, The World of Kiehl's and the classic "I Heart NY" type.
A set of credit cards designed while working for the Matrix brand of L'Oréal. These credit cards would be used by L'Oréal stylists in order to receive various benefits throughout the year.
Branding and collateral for a New York-based interior designer, Christopher Coleman. He began with a store in Dumbo and opened a shop in Hudson this year with plans to expand. Collateral included stickers, hang tags, product labels and bags.
It's always great to do wedding invitations for the people you love, especially when those people want a space-themed wedding. To infinity and beyond!
This zine was created as a 1 week project during my internship with Mike Perry. He told me I had a week to do something awesome and if he liked it, he would print it for me. There are no words, simply image and color. The zine juxtaposes animals and humans, exploring our similar expressions, instincts, desires and rage.
Drawings and quick ideas collected from time to time. A lot of ideas left over from work done for Brooklyn Industries.
I was honored to be selected for the Brooklyn Industries Artist Tee Series. My design was released as a part of their Summer collection and was sold in stores all across NY and Brooklyn. Heck, it even made it into a window display! Check out their store for more awesome goodies!
For my dear friends Heather and Daniel, I was so happy to have given the gift of wedding invitations. This set was inspired by vintage textiles, with a modern approach to the typography. Everything was perfectly letterpressed by the oh-so-talented Studio On Fire. They did such an amazing job, please check them out if you haven't already!
The talented folks over at Hyperakt were asked to create some infographics for the April issue of Popular Science. They did some amazing illustrations about the history of hacking, and I was able to help design these little robot charts to go along with it! Check out the rest of the article here.
I founded a benefit project in my home town to support music and art in our elementary schools. We found old school chairs and gave them to local artists, asking them to creatively repurpose them in any way they saw fit. The chairs were then silently auctioned while live music was performed, hence the title "Musical Chairs". In total we raised over $3000, making this one of my proudest moments as a designer. To learn more about this great cause, visit http://www.fanofthearts.org