December '22 + JANUARY '23 DESIGN RECAP
In December I published my 7th volume of Mid Seattle. I started the annual as a way to thoughtfully display the still-standing mid-century architecture in Western Washington. Luckily, folks seem to enjoy it! Each volume is approximately 40 pages and is accompanied by a related enamel pin. This year's pin is a miniature Rainier Tower, which is seen inside the pages of Volume Seven. You can find it at Porchlight Design Co.
Next, I designed stickers and enamel pins for Glazer's Camera. I've been working with them for years now, periodically designing shirts, enamel pins and stickers. This design was modeled after a Rolleiflex camera as if it were overtaken by mushrooms. You can find both the pin and sticker at Glazer's Camera in Seattle.
I made another visit to Take Care Yoga to provide some updated interior shots. Over the years, I've designed apparel and taken photos of the yoga studio, their teachers and students. The goal was to capture how inviting this community space is as a whole.
Towards the end of 2022 I got to design for the famous film company Ilford. The goal was to make a fun illustration that would translate to shirts and stickers, while going a little outside of the brand's comfort zone. Using their slogan, I illustrated some type in the form of an unraveling film roll.
Sticking with the photography theme, here is a poster I designed recently called "35mm Film Parade". It's pretty self explanatory and very fun. Grab one at Porchlight Design Co.
At the coffee shop, we recently sold out of all of our diner mugs. Keeping tabs on all the coffee shop ordering plus merchandise ordering can be a little overwhelming and some things slip through the cracks—but it's not really allowed with mugs (says me to myself). I luckily ordered these guys just in time though! Grab one in-store or online at Porchlight.
Lastly, here are some of my favorite photos from the cold months of January and February and a quick escape to Southern California.
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