Here’s a sneak peak at what’s currently in the works! Along the same lines as my last post, I’ve tackled a new word sans an English equivalent (bonus points to anyone who can figure it out). Look for the final version in the near future! I may even give away some free prints.
Here’s a special anniversary post for y’all (read as: I finally got around to posting all of this). Roughly a year ago today, I was in an all-out panic about putting together a series of works to prove my alma mater could confidently ship me off. During the next few months, I focused on—and I’ll spare you the page-long artist’s statement—visually communicating ideas for which words fell short. Words and phrases like the Danish ‘hygge’ or the Brazilian ‘cafuné’ have no direct English translation, so I focused on providing as much visual context as possible so that each viewer could ‘subliminally’ decode each concept. Special photo credit to my father (Thanks, Dad!)
Aptly named, ‘There’s No Kerning in Hell,’ I developed this typeface by drawing surprisingly morbid (what’s wrong with me…?) and letter-shaped monsters by hand and then scanning them into the handy, dandy computing machine to vectorize! It’s now a working typeface for all of your novelty, monster-themed typeface needs! (Interested in snagging this typeface? Shoot me an email! All serious offers will be considered!)
These are some baseball cards I designed for Justin Christell: Baseball Instructor Extraordinaire! I’d say something like, “I think I knocked them outta the park!” but I have waaay more self-respect than to stoop so low.
My senior year of college, I was (oddly enough) trusted to run our college’s chapter of Model United Nations and, every year, we ran a week-long event called Fight Against Apathy week. Our theme for the year was human trafficking, so I took it upon myself to create a high-impact poster to get people thinking as they passed the bulletin. This quote by William Wilburforce really resonated with me, so I gave it a type treatment and the rest is history!