Yellow City Co-op is a consumer-owned, grassroots business proud to call Amarillo home, and I can get behind them. Starting with a few pieces of collateral, a logo and an event poster, we’ve established a solid visual theme for an exciting venture.
C.O Bigelow wanted to consolidate their many different design elements into a cohesive brand. This was a great project, as their library of visual elements was amazing and unique, particularly their logo marks.
Wingstop was testing out new flavors and wanted an advertising campaign to accompany their limited release of the new wing types.
A series of promotional posters for the 2010 American Film Institute in Dallas (paying blatant homage to a couple iconic movie posters) on behalf of El Creative, a major sponsor of the event. We sponsored an unknown movie at the time and met the director and actors. The film: The Hurt Locker, the actor: Jeremy […]
Extreme Makeover rebuilt the house of a family in California who operates an exotic animal sanctuary. Part of the makeover was rebuilding the sanctuary, so ABC asked us to create an identity for Forever Wild.
These graphics were used to help propose a marketing campaign for Coca Cola to Latin-American teenagers.
The guys at El Creative and myself created a full advertising campaign to celebrate the sale of Wingstop’s billionth wing. The promotion included packaging, signage, print, and interactive materials.
I created the invitations, stationary, and everything else on paper for our wedding in 2007. The aim was to create a beautiful, colorful, rustic graphic theme that could be carried out on a small budget.