A collection of logos from 2010 to present.
For Magical Monograms, I was tasked with creating a pattern of Toy Story characters to be used for Magic Band decals in their store. I stuck to a strict color palette and minimized the design of Woody, Buzz, Hamm, Slinky, Jessie, Bo Peep, Rex, and the alien. They turned out awesome!
For a collaboration with the awesome Disney lifestyle shop Magical Monograms, I was tasked with creating a Pirates of the Caribbean-style design based off a Captain Jack Sparrow quote from the film series: "Take what ye can, give nothing back." I decided to hand draw and letter the entire design to present a roughened 1700s look.
You can buy a shirt or Raglan from Magical Monograms here.
The Dream Center of Lakeland is a faith-based non-profit community center in the heart of the inner city of Lakeland, Florida. I was asked to develop a booklet highlighting the center's weekly programs, neighborhood statistics, and testimonials from local figures for fundraising purposes.
Many of the illustrations throughout the booklet were created by the talented Steve Hill.
My personal project of hand lettering a new word or phrase every day. Search #DoodlingSomethingDaily on Instagram and Tumblr to see the project.
Peace River Center approached me with the opportunity to illustrate a map of their campuses in the tri-county area highlighting some of the state's landmarks and attractions. I was also asked to create an interactive version for their new website, which can be viewed here.
Logo, branding, clothing, and set design for Grace Family Church's [Tampa, FL] vacation Bible school.
Rebranding for Grace Family Church's [Tampa, FL] student ministries.
Album artwork for Sleeping at Last's cover of Men Without Hats' song The Safety Dance. The band decided to go in a different design direction, so this was scrapped.
Miscellaneous message series graphics for churches.
A poster I designed for Valentine's Day 2013.
An illustrative poster promoting the Graduate Student Center on the University of Central Florida's campus.
Poster print I designed as a gift for a friend of mine.
The 1/Week (One Thing Per Week) Project is a 13 week series of typographical works created purely as an exercise to get my creative juices flowing. Every week, I took an idiom to recreate a poster for.
View all of the pieces here.