The goal of this project was to design a six-page spread for Rolling Stone Magazine. The article relates to the release of Johnny Cash's final studio recording, “American VI", which arrived more than six years after Cash’s death at 71. I was supplied only with the copy for this project.
The goal of this project was to create a book jacket for Joeseph Conrad’s classic novel “Heart of Darkness”. Differing from the original, the redesign better reflects the sense of adventure and mystery within the novel. I was supplied with only the copy for this project.
I designed and typeset the interiors of many books for Thomas Nelson Publishing. "Truth About Dating, Love & Just Being Friends" is a book by Chad Eastham, targeting young females, which fueled my "doodle" concept. I wanted the interior to be filled with torn paper, sticky notes and simple, playful little pen and pencil doodles that corresponded to the content.
Beyond typesetting the interior for "Heroes & Villains of the Bible", I conceptualized and illustrated the lion and snake medallions representing good and evil. The illustrations were created in Photoshop and used for chapter title pages. The compiling editor for this book was Tama Fortner, who was great to with.
The work on Sheila Walsh's "Gabby, God's Little Angel" involved typesetting and some Photoshop work to pull elements from the illustration to use as supplemental imagery. An example of this would be in the first image where Gabby and her cat were pulled out and placed on an illustrated box.
John Trent's "I'd Choose You" also involved typesetting and some Photoshop work to pull elements from the illustration to use as supplemental imagery. An example of this would be in the first image where the glove was pulled out and placed in front of an illustrated box. Letters, frames and "roller coaster" text used to help supplement the illustration done by Judy Love.
The goal of this project was to create a new brand identity and to re-design an existing promotional package for Wolf River Nature Area located in Memphis, TN. The project included logo and promotional package featuring a brochure, bookmarks, seed jar, packet, tin, and note cards. Many elements of the package were retained from the original project, which I was not involved in.
The goal of this grad school project was to create a brand identity, product packaging and labeling, P-O-P display, and tradeshow booth design for Mabry Organics. Sustainability is emphasized with the packaging being constructed of 100% gardening peet. The company would market this product line around this unique feature which no national competitor offered at the time of design.