Gardener’s Supply wanted to create a brand sticker that would go in shipped orders to customers. Riffing on the leaf and the large G in the logo, I created several unique designs that are fun, memorable and a little bit edgy.
Gardener’s needed a new fresh design template for the Loobooks, that clearly showed variety, pricing and information. I took the opportunity to move from Power Point to InDesign to up the sophistication of the piece.
Gardener’s Supply Company needed custom literature to go in their new Hemp Grow Kits. It needed to include distinctions between the three versions of the kit, as well as a weekly grow guide. I was given free reign on format, and came up with a horizontal booklet structured by the weeks in the growing process.
Working under the art direction of Ace Creative, I created this concept for the book “China as an Innovation Nation” for Oxford Press. The Yen symbol sits in front of high tech industry images that speak to China’s growing infrastructure.
Interise, a Boston-based small business training company, wanted a fun giveaway for their tradeshows. With direction from Ace Creative, I put these coasters designs together which use their extended color palette. Rounded corners, letterpress printing, and a hefty weight stock complete the design.
These large format, three-piece banners for Tufts University were taken over by Ace Creative in 2012. Every year the University does 3–4 new banners and hangs them around their campus along the streets of Medford, MA.
Working with a brand and catalog system that Ace Creative developed in 2009, I have laid out the catalogs for the Eliot School, a nonprofit fine arts and craft school in Boston, MA, for the last several years.
Kodiak Earthmoving & Landscaping wanted their logo to include a nod to the Kodiak bear to convey power, and their brand to reflect natural looking landscapes with the colors of Vermont. Pictured below is the logo, business card and accordian-fold brochure.
Shoes to Dye For, a small bridal accessory retail store, wanted a fresh new logo and collateral. The simple lines and sans serif type of the logo kept the brand modern while the touches of lace detail on the business card and magazine ad pull in the idea of tradition.
Designed for the online magazine Waking Times. The magazine wanted a logo that spoke to their mission of awakening the consciousness of the people. The eye opening with the nod to different vibratory colors fit the bill.