Print Design use to involve art directors, deisgners, photographers, typesetting, film, and metal plates; today it’s a .PDF file on a jump drive. The “computer”, put more options, in less time, on my life. The commercial art business is finally out of the dark room. Print in color as large as you want!
A series of public awareness conferences were held on copyrights, this colonial style recruitment poster was created to announce the event.
Company poster announcing four events to take place over a eleven day period.
A full page and half page magazine ad for a paver company in Orlando.
This poster had to sell two hundred and fifty $60 tickets for a three hour train ride – easy sell when you provided “all the beer you could drink”!
The first design layouts in a series developed for a Georgia tourism group.
Several MFC help lines were being consolidated into one HELP line. The following four poster designs were my take on announcing the change. These designs were never produced, but I felt they had merit.
A set of poster created to announce the time and location of a Corporate Wellness Management Program.
Four posters built to draw traffic into a cruise line’s jazz club venue.
For some reason I am drawn to solving geometry problems, as in this case, a colorful package design.