I've been a bit busy and haven't had a ton of time to recap the last few months, so here's the June 2021 recap being posted at the end of August...
Brand new Porchlight two-color tote bag design featuring a server's hand bringing all that you could ask for–a plate of vinyl and coffee. They're available in-store at Porchlight, as well as online at Porchlight Design Co.
A fun little square poster for the pals at Fast Times Presents, featuring French Cassettes, Juan Wayne and Caitlin Cobb-Vialet at the Rickshaw in San Francisco.
The folks at Take Care Yoga started hosting the Belltown Barefoot Market, a literal barefoot makers market inside of the yoga studio. I created the logo for the event and incorporated their standing logo which features an eye inside of a silhouette.
This month I also created a couple happy pink two-color prints, available at Porchlight Design Co.
My biggest project yet took me about two years to complete and in June it finally came to life. "Washington" is a book of amateur photography taken between 1942 and 1979 in the Evergreen State.
The images inside are intended as glimpse of the state's structures, people and life during the 1940s through the end of the 70s in Washington State. You'll find Pike Place Market in 1966, downtown in earlier decades, Volunteer Park in the 1940s and 60s, and a whole lot more throughout King County and all over Washington.
I found, scanned, retouched and researched every slide in the book to fill 166 pages and couldn't be prouder of how it turned out. The book is a softcover with raised glossy lettering on the cover, a printed interior cover and full color throughout.
Below you'll find a video I made to show the details as well as an instrumental soundtrack I recorded earlier.
And lastly, my favorite photos from the month of June...