Exploration of a geometric style for illustration concepts for a new wine. Loved seeing how far I could push this style to convey the animal. And what an interesting visual style to go on a wine label! Hopefully it makes it to final!
Client: Frank Aloi Design Co.
A series of safari inspired animal illustrations for a set of toy blocks. Since these were to be for younger children, we went with simplified parent/child illustration for each animal.
Client: Brinca Dada
Bones & Ivy apparel make high quality, American designed and created products that gives 10% of their net profits to the No Kid Hungry campaign.
Client: Good Moves Studio
Celebrating 100 years with this Washington, DC coffee brand, Seth Design Group created a seal for the lids that lets everyone know of the long history of this great part of the DC coffee community.
Client: Seth Design Group
A concept logo for SpotCo NYC for Broadway's revival of Cinderella.
Client: SpotCo NYC
An ongoing series that showcases my love of Design History that’s a little educational and a whole lot of fun. This collection, called "Design is a Pain in the Ass" celebrates where designers put their butts all day. So here’s some real chairs designed by real designers throughout history...sometimes they’re ridiculous :)