This was a self-initiated project intended to expand my knowledge of Photoshop in my spare time. My aim was to explore Photoshop’s 3D capabilities as well as photo retouching. This is the result! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did while making it.
Typographic Terrain - Process
T-shirt - Sanctus Real
Details / Three - Tone Print / 100% Cotton
Kicking off the summer Sanctus Real tour, I created a retro-casual T that would be perfect for any road-tripping adventure! To place your order, head over to sanctusreal.com.
Daily Design Challenge
Details / Photoshop / Illustrator
This project was part of a self-initiated daily design challenge. My goal was to explore and play within the collage esthetic. In tandem throughout this project, I attempted to improve my process and the speed at which I come to design decisions.
Poster - Kalamazoo Teen Filmmaker Festival
Poster Details / 24” x 36” /
A promotional poster for the annual Kalamazoo Teen Filmmaker Festival held in Kalamazoo MI. This annual festival is catered towards youth from ages 12 – 19, where each applicant must submit a 10-minute original film. Other than meeting this simple requirement, students are encouraged to explore their imagination and create with no limitations to genre or any formalities. Approaching the design of this poster, I intended to reflect the diversity of genre and technology that the applicants utilize while creating the films, as well as capturing the youthful energy and sense of play from the film submissions.
This publication uses content from the This American Life episode 257, “What I Should’ve Said.” The episode focuses on what people have regretted saying in their past, and what they wish could have taken place instead. Playing off this theme, I wanted to create an activity book that gives the illusion that what has already been written can be altered. Throughout the book, readers can interact with numerous activities, such as fill in the blank, crossword puzzles, drawing, and stickers to create their own version of the story.
This zine is based on Philippe Audouin’s surrealist game, which encourages participants to look at ones physical, mental, and spiritual existence from new and unique perspectives; an attempt to free visuals and language from normal constraints. The contents of this zine is my visual interpretation of this game, and explores my family’s dark Mafia tendencies and the rules to which one must follow to be accepted in my family.