May Design Recap
Finally getting around to the May recap...now that it's July...
First, was a poster for Sammy Hagar and and his annual fundraiser for the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF. Typically a large live event at San Francisco's Fillmore, this year's Acoustic 4 A Cure was held in a much smaller private residence and then live-streamed. The poster required a lot of text and also needed to stick with the theater theme of past posters. This was the result:
This month also brought a couple new greeting card designs for Porchlight, which are available only in-store.
Next is the third bonsai enamel pin I've created for the Pacific Bonsai Museum here in Washington. They're a wonderful organization to work with. If you need pins for your own company, just get in touch here. All pins that I design are produced in partnership with a small factory with which I have a wholesale relationship, so you get the best deal with the least amount of legwork.
Splitting time between a very, very social job running Porchlight and very screen-heavy design work, I'm often looking for quick and quiet road trips alone. This last one started in Seattle and went through Eastern Washington, Bend, Redding, Eureka and back up the coast, almost entirely on highways other than I-5. I took a lot of photos, listened to music, listened to Mariners games, and ate a lot of burritos. A fairly curated selection of photos is over in the Porchlight Design Co. Photo Journal and others are below.
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