As Communications officer of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission, I recently took on the task of re-designing and re-branding the image of the agency. The mission of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission is to safeguard significant resources, provide information services that inspire and support research, education and reading, and enhance the capacity for achievement of current and future generations. The new logo incorporates our iconic deco-style building into three options of a logo that is now used on all agency collateral, letterhead and external media.
26 hours in a private train compartment on the express train from Kolkata to Chennai- A dream come true. Eat your heart out, Wes Anderson.
Image created for Capitol City Cinema, an independent, community funded cinema in Jefferson City, Missouri. The community funded project will bring art house style films to central Missouri, paired alongside mouthwatering offerings from Capitol City Cork. The cinema is in the midst of a $75,000 fundraising campaign to purchase a new digital projector.
T-Shirts printed using the logo I designed for Bare Knuckle Roasting Company.
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!
Logo created for Capitol City Cinema, an independent, community funded cinema in Jefferson City, MO. The community funded project will bring art house style films to central Missouri, paired alongside mouthwatering offerings from Capitol City Cork.
The logo features a graphic portrayal of Jefferson City’s Capitol dome ( construction was completed in 1917- USA Today touted MO’s Capitol building as the most beautiful in all 50 states! ). The focal point of the logo features a film reel, the monochromatic scheme is a nod to the glamour of classic film, whose medium was really beginning to take a silent hold during the construction of the city’s Capitol.
1 overhead projector equals countless hours of shadow puppet fun. Just ask goose, moose, dinosaur and Abe Lincoln.
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!
I recently hosted an Urban “Camp Inn,” inviting friends to to bring camp gear, roast marshmallows, tell ghost stories and bask in the glow of a fire (created from a 1969 Sony B&W TV with footage of a real camp fire looped on the screen, and logs made from contact paper and Trader Joe’s coffee cans) all from the safety of the great indoors.