Sprinkle the galaxy with your name, your face, your essence.
Ensure that your brand stays consistent and packs a punch across the board.
Splash some ink around!
Houston CityBook combines style with substance in the most fascinating city in America. Launched in September 2016, from the most respected editorial team in the city, Houston CityBook is a hybrid of an upscale lifestyle magazine and a more traditional city magazine, with a mix of topics like fashion, art, dining, design and society, along with thoughtful stories on entrepreneurship, innovation and more.
Under the supervision of Art Director, Jeff Gremillion, we worked together closely to invent the look, feel and design of the premiere, second and third issue.
Galvanize is a learning community for technology that offers Web Development and Data Science courses and is also a co-working hub for companies that range from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Each campus is home to a café that offers daily, weekly, themed specials/events, and catering that I was able to breathe an attitude and personality into(all while having the flexibility to stray from the company brand standards). All initiatives increase awareness, enthusiam and revenue through email, signage and social media. More to come!
The Garden Hen
The Garden Hen builds beautiful custom coops, and can teach you how to become an urban farmer...If you can dream it, we can build it! We can discuss an all natural diet, and ways you can keep your hens safe, healthy, happy, and never hungry.
Farmer Mike needed a logo and chicken feed packaging that speaks to his mission and also grounds the product in its' roots. The logo is simple and circular, which is appropriate considering a chicken embryo. The packaging is vibrant and alive, ready to attract the avid urban chicken farmer.
Reserve 101 isn't your neighborhood hole-in-the-wall bar; it is an enthralling, sensory experience for all who have a craving for whiskey. The website for Reserve needed to pay homage to a vintage look, but also take on a modern feel to get the crowds excited to come see what the barrels have been aging for their palettes. The look and feel is also extended to menus & monthly e-blasts. Check out the new website here.
Fashion icon, Chloe Dao, wanted a revamp to her online store. The design of her website had to showcase her clothing line. Using white, grey and a light blue allows the clothing and models to gleam on the "runway." Check out the website here.
Lucchese Bootmaker prides itself on their quality product. My creative director at PH Design Shop, Amanda Valentine, designed a new logo and brand identity for them and I was in charge of the brand management & marketing design. Projects consisted of e-blasts, posters, pamphlets, raffle tickets and magazine ad campaigns that all needed to be tailor-made.
The Foodie Chef
Morgan, The Foodie Chef, loves to cook bright and lively edibles for families. Contrasting a soft font with another that is sharp and edgy plays off the tools she uses to create her dishes. A bowl, a knife and all of the powdery goodness in between. Branding was extended to a website that spotlights her talent of mouth-watering goodness. Check out her website here.
Below you will see some of the sketches that didn't make it to the dinner table.
Urban Harvest Mailer
Urban Harvest is a youth outreach program that helps teach how food gets to the table, from start to finish. The children are able to plant, garden, grow and even eat the products of their labor through the generosity of this organization. In order to conserve extra resources, I used the folded envelope itself as a canvas to inform the public about their programs and mission.
Christian's Tailgate is a great place to grab a burger, a beer, and catch your favorite game. The artwork developed for them has to be boastful and eye-catching. Vibrant colors, a touch of texture and a gritty font note the atmosphere at this neighborhood bar and eatery. Collateral ranges from e-blasts, social media posts and flyers
Faces of Aging
The Faces of Aging II is a bi-annual publication that shares stories of the elderly that live throughout the state of Texas. The publisher gathers her stories and photography over the course of a year and Core Design and I worked on layout, placement and printing of their second issue. Take a look at people that have stories and stories written all over their faces.
Free the Captives
Free the Captives is a faith-based, anti-human trafficking non-profit that fights the exploitation and trafficking of Houston’s youth.
As part of their summer program of 2015, the members were to hand-pour and apply labels to candles. In a collaboration with Jill Unrau, the design of candle labels were made to be reminiscent of the scents by using a watercolor effect and lively colors.
A little piece of heaven on Earth awaits you at this tropical, contemporary designed home where you can completely switch off and unwind for your perfect vacation getaway!
The website needed to showcase the villa by using impactful imagery and allowing that to drive the selling point for the space. Clean, simple, beautiful is what the concept is based on. Visit the live site here: www.villaencantadacostarica.com where you can book your dream trip.