January 2022 Design Recap
January brought some fun ones.
I spent months in late 2021 helping out with the iconic Eames Office House of Cards. I was tasked with laying out the cards using historic Eames Office photos and I also created the House of Cards packaging from scratch to match previous iterations from years past. This deck contains 54 cards celebrating different memories from 80 years of the Eames Office. Each card has multiple slots so that the cards can be stacked in countless ways, perfect for children and adults alike.
Inspired by travel posters of the past, I created three posters for places that I love—Seattle, Palm Springs and the Oregon Coast. They're available at Porchlight Design Co.
This month also brought some subtly branded Jesse Butterworth posters. Instead of the traditional show poster or band poster, we decided on more of an art print with "JB" illuminated in the windows.
Next is a square show poster for Fast Times Presents!
Lastly, some branding for Marketing/Sponsorship company The Dugout. At the helm is a Philly Phanatic, Jay Cox. The Dugout has worked with Trans-Pecos Music Festival in Marfa, Topo Chico, Mr Moxey's Mints and more.
And of course...a few favorite photos from the month.
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