The 2013-2014 TSLAC Biennial Report comprises highlights of data presented in a graphical form from the most recent two years of operation of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The data includes information from the Texas State Library, Texas State Archive, Library Development and Networking Services and Texas Talking Book Program. The design falls directly in line with the new graphic standards I have implemented at the agency as Communications Officer.
Project: Keep Families United
Client: Catholic Charities of St. Louis Advocacy Department/ Latinos en Axion
Content Created: Logo, Photographs and Print Materials
Brief: I was approached by the advocacy department of the Archdiocese of St. Louis to design a campaign to help raise awareness of the deportation and separation of immigrant families in the city of St. Louis and the State of Missouri and to promote the passage of comprehensive immigration reform. As part of the first phase of the campaign, collateral was created to be used as mail action pieces to be signed by parishioners and sent to key decision making legislators in Washington D.C. The second phase of the campaign will include additional print materials and an art installation on Cherokee Street, the thriving epicenter of multicultural St. Louis.
In an effort to help raise funds for the relocation and reconstruction of a beloved St. Louis area bookstore, I developed these “book bonds” as a way for customers to invest in the store’s new location as well as guarantee/encourage continued patronage in the future. Book lovers could purchase these book bonds, printed on some very lovely linen textured paper stock, for less than the face value of the actual bond. The purchaser could then use the current value of the bond, or wait six months for the bond to fully mature, thus getting a return on his or her literary investment. The bonds were a big hit during the holiday season, as they made the perfect “gift that keeps on giving.” Literally.
Print materials and website designed for Community Health Vote, a non-partisan voting rights organization working to make voter registration readily accessible via more than 1,200 of America’s Community Health Centers. The easily navigable site allows health care professionals to search localized voter registration procedures in their state.
Fundraising design and event coordination for St. Louis independent bookstore, the Book House, featuring more than 2o “locally grown” authors in support of the construction of the book store’s new location.
In keeping with the “locally grown” theme the event also features local beer samplings from Schlafly Brewery and silent auction items from area businesses.
T-shirt/Visual branding for KOOP 91.7 FM‘s (Austin, TX) 2013 Fall Membership Drive. The design features notable Austin landmarks including the moonlight tower, Texas State Capitol dome, El Federico’s mural of Mary, and the “i love you so much” tag. All underlined by the Congress Ave. Bridge complete with an iconic flock of bats.
Big thanks to KOOP DJ, Chris Zozaski, for giving me the heads up on this project. For a special treat, tune into his radio show, The Last Round Up . Chris cranks up punk sounds from the 70-80’s sprinkled with nuggets from the 90’s & 00’s. (Hardcore, Oi, Rockabilly, Garage, Cow-Punk and more on Friday from 3:30PM-4:30pm.
And, as always, support your own LOCAL COMMUNITY RADIO!
Newsprint ad placed in the 9/4/13 issue of the Riverfront Times to raise awareness for a construction fundraising campaign for a legendary St. Louis area independent book store specializing in new, used, rare and out of print books ( The Book House). The ad features the Book House’s mascot and local celebrity “Blake the Book House Cat.”
Feel generous? Show the Book House a little love and help renovate their new space in historic downtown Maplewood, Mo.
I was recently commissioned by the Book House, an independent book seller of new, used and rare books, to create signage, bookmarks and online marketing materials to help raise funds for the construction of their new location; featuring more than 5,500 square feet made up of more than 300,000 books.
Click the link below to help build the Book House!
Digital photographs manipulated in the style of 1860s tintype/daguerreotype prints. These photographs were taken as part of a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Shiloh in 2012. The full set can be seen by visiting the Missouri State Archives.
Candy bar wrapper designed for the Arts and Education Council of St. Louis. The candy bars (Hershey’s chocolate bars in disguise) served as a delicious way to say “thank you” to donors and workplace giving campaign coordinators.