Illustration, Advertising & Printmaking
Because who doesn’t love posters, right? Here is a mixture of gig posters and illustrations. Gig posters are just too much fun to make, I assure you. Bask in the rich history of the poster, my friend. Go ahead. I’ll wait right here.
This poster, designed for Invisible Children, an organization engaged in fighting child warfare all across the world, pushes to shock and amuse the viewer while also encouraging them to visit the website to learn more about how they can help.
City and Colour Gig Poster
This is a poster for the indie band City and Colour, whose music is a blend of ethereal sounds and folksy charm.
The Royal Tenenbaums Movie Poster
The Royal Tenenbaums is possibly Wes Andersen's finest film. This poster captures the quirky essence of the three siblings whose stories comprise this sprawling family comedy.
Hilton Head Piano Competition
Mixing the ideas of a paper shredder turning music into piano keys, this poster was created to promote the upcoming Young Artist’s Piano Competition in Hilton Head, SC.
Christian Student Fellowship Halloween Party
A poster promoting an upcoming Halloween dance, showing Frankenstein doing his best Travolta impression to a full moon.
The Dandy Lion
LOOK AT HIS HAT AND MONOCLE HE‘S SO ADORABLE.
A poster for a hypothetical retrospective show of my own body of work over the last few years.
The Civil Wars
A gig poster for the folk band, The Civil Wars, as they visited a venue in Philadelphia.
3rd Annual Bull Street Baptist Bluegrass & BBQ
A gig poster for a local church’s annual Bluegrass & Barbecue community outreach event.
SCAD Calendar 2011–2012
For the Savannah College of Art and Design’s 2011–2012 school year, we created a series of calendars that showed the pertinent dates and holidays. This one uses inversion to turn the type into an image by itself while exploring the limits of readability.