Recently, I was asked by Shake Shack to be apart of there STL Location opening and Pop up. For this project, I wanted to create something that's playful and eye-catching, but also captures the neighborhoods of St. Louis and the impact Shake Shack will have on the city. The design builds on the excitement and energy surrounding this new store for such an iconic brand. St. Louis is the perfect place for expansion, welcoming Shake Shack with open arms, as it embraces the new restaurant in the illustration.
In collaboration with Biklops, I was callanged create visuals and concepts for
a clients resturant called Bon Bon. After researching and brainstorming, I landed on the idea to make food the center of everything, including the logo itself. The visuals are fresh, playful and colorful.
At Atomicdust we were given the task of completely branding a fast, casual Italian
eatery. We were inspired by the Bauhaus movement and wanted to add our own illustrative touch. I was responsible for the logo, A lot of the visuals you see and recruited as a local illustrator to be featured on various print materials.
Photos: Greg Rannells
At Atomicdust we were given the task of creating a whole new brand identity
system for a local St. Louis brand that creates natural cleaning products (featured
on Shark Tank).
My idea was that better life would be wiping away the mess and creating a path of happiness with fun and illustrative icons that reveal a Better Life.
Product can be found in Target stores and are now featured on The Dieline!
Recently I was asked by Budweiser and the MLB to create a can design that represents The Cardinals, St. louis and Budweiser. This will be sold in stores and featured as a product you can buy at the Cardinals ball park. I experimented with several designs to find the best one to stand out as a prominent feature on the can and can work with a limited color pallet. It has been a huge honor to represent STL as a Designer / illustrator and someone who loves going to the games.
CLIENT: ALARM WILL SOUND
Album art created for a STL based orchestra presented by Alarm Will Sound. The client wanted a style that referenced 1960’s scifi artwork and be presented as a cohesive marketable package.
T-shirt design for a Brooklyn based fashion brand.
For this project, I was given the task of bringing a fresh face to an older men’s brand. With concepting, strategy and a lot of one-on-one with the client, I was able to deliver a bold, finished piece. It was a challenge to work around an established brand set in tradition, while trying to bring it into the present day.
The Finished website can be viewed at: hairsaloon.com
I was given an awsome opertunity of Designing / illustrateing a set of banners for downtown STL’S MX District.The MX District looked to Atomicdust to design a series that would welcome shoppers as they went to the various stores that were reflected in the artwork.
At Atomicdust we were given the task of concepting a new experience for a food
delivery / meal plan system. I maped out what the consumer would be doing when they
got to the page and how to direct them to the finish line with clean and fresh design.
With new a improv teams comes new artwork, to capture the essence of the group. I wanted to show the nature as well as the sewing together of concepts and stories.
This is a branding exercise in which I gave Epson, an industry leader in photo
printing hardware, a sleeker visual design in order to appeal to designers
Client: The Megan Foundation.
For Atomicdust I was tasked with creating a logo for one of the craft beers being served at Live in the Alley. Live in the Alley is a monthly block party hosted by TOKY design agency. Voting tickets were distributed with food and drink purchases, and the proceeds from each glass went to The Megan Foundation.
ALL SHOULD BE MEMORABLE
As a maker, I really enjoy making things that are fun. That is why I chose to completely re-brand the company Cookie Cutters (old name). Cookie Cutters is a children’s haircut franchise that entertains children while giving them a great haircut. I already felt like this was an amazing company, they just needed re-branding to make them more visible and less outdated. I wanted to combine 50’s nostalgia with lovable monsters to deliver a style that would appeal to the children’s market.
Choose an existing company with existing branding identity and reposition it to the right market through print, digital, and advertising medias.
This past semester I was given the task of branding a Guacamole Competition at an Adverting Design Agency called Summerfield Advertising. What started with a few funny sketches created a snow ball effect off new ideas and deliverable for a memorable event. I wanted to create a color pallet that was fun and portrayed the festive colors of Cinco De Mayo. This is probably one of the most fun and laid back projects I've worked on. I feel like most of us need those every once in a wile.
OBJECTIVE: Create promotional material that creates an overall theme and brand for a guacamole judging event.