The Sloss Music and Arts Festival is back for the fourth year, and announced its lineup for the 2018 festival. I was responsible for the illustration for this year's lineup poster.
In anticipation of them moving into a new office, Shake Shack reached out to me to get some artwork created for their new space. Danny Meyer (owner and CEO) is known for saying this line: "The bigger we get, the smaller we need to act." This speaks well to the company's awareness that, if left unchecked, getting big can be the enemy of the kind of community-minded, employee-driven, hospitality-focused business they want to run.
Heart of David Ministry is a christian organization built to better young men by teaching them responsibility for their actions, good sportsmanship, leadership, and teamwork. I was responsible for designing the logo, website, and collateral for their brand.
Big Spoon Creamery is an artisan ice cream company located in Birmingham, Alabama. We are a small company simply dedicated to carefully sourcing ingredients, thoughtfully crafting the best possible ice cream, and serving our customers and community with purpose. I was responsible with coming up with the design for their truck.
Alabama Power manages 14 hydro facilities along the Coosa, Tallapoosa and Black Warrior Rivers. Shorelines is your go-to for Alabama's lake news and local stories. I was asked to recreate a masthead logo for the magazine as well as illustrating the back cover.
Sloss Tech is the Southeast's preeminent tech festival located in downtown Birmingham, AL. Sloss Tech is teaming up with Sloss Fest to offer an inspiring weekend that provides a venue for thought-provoking presentations and workshops covering the latest in creative thinking and emerging technologies. Telegraph Creative headed the creative for the event and I was responsible for the logo design of this project.
36 Days of Type began when Nina Sans and Rafa Goicoechea, graphic designers based in Barcelona, first decided to challenge themselves to design something new everyday to later post them on their social networks, as a way to experiment new things while facing their routines by setting personal daily design challenges.
The theme I used for 36 Days of Type was phobias. I used this design exercise as an outlet to practice animation, so every post is a gif. Can you guess what phobia is represented by each letter?
African Children's Mission, reaches out to children in destitute circumstances, both physically and with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to enable them to grow and develop in a secure environment, using Christian values and principles as the foundation of its ministry and programs, guiding them into a responsible, productive life, and discipling them through word and example. I worked on the logo, website, and collateral for this project.