This is very similar to the low-poly piece I did of Onew/Lee Jinki a few weeks ago, and the subject is an artist from the same band (Kibum Key). A friend half-commissioned this from me. One thing I really love doing in these low-poly pieces is playing around with gradients. Value is one of my … Continue reading More low-poly art
Cool, right? You know what's even cooler? I made this during a move. Yup, that's right. I did. I'm sitting in my brand new bedroom, surrounded by boxes, piles of clothes, items scattered everywhere, with a badly bruised tailbone from a fall down the stairs. I can barely walk right now, but I've still managed … Continue reading I MADE AN APP
This project was for Design Applications III, not Graphic Design III. However, it goes with the website I designed over spring break, and I really ended up liking it. Part of the reason for this is because I am finally getting good with Adobe Illustrator. Yes, you read that right! Design Applications III has been … Continue reading Mailer for JH Piano
My label must have impressed someone, because it was chosen! I did not expect this at all and feel honored that my work in this project was considered to be professional. Here is the updated logo per the client's revisions - not much has changed from the original except that the word "flavored" needed to … Continue reading Vodka Labels UPDATED!
And lo, we have a Low Poly Art design that properly belongs in Design Applications III but turned out so darn good that I just had to post it here. Seriously, I can't believe I actually pulled this one off. I've been dying to try something like this for forever, but Adobe Illustrator is pretty intimidating. Regardless, it … Continue reading Low Poly Artwork
There are 3 versions of this particular book cover. I was originally working in Photoshop and received a tip from another student that I might get better results with Illustrator, so I switched over (but had to redesign from the ground up). This is the original Photoshop cover. This is the first Illustrator Cover. I … Continue reading Darth Vader’s Guide to Grass
Working through my sketches and roughs was an exercise in the process of elimination. By the time I had finished the third series, I realized that my best idea was Darth Vader's Guide to Grass. Because that's two entirely unrelated, even opposed concepts slapped unwillingly against each other. Which is why it works, of course. Of … Continue reading Preliminary Sketches for the Book Project
Make that book cover since the pages will be blank, essentially making this a non-book. Assuming that this is a thing... Anyway, I planned out my workflow so that I can see just how much time I do waste on the weekends. Workflow: Choose three titles to work from Create three “streams” of sketches from these … Continue reading New Project: Design A Book!
Apparently there's a lot for me to learn about vodka. I knew vodka was made from starch rich material like potatoes or sorghum, but I had no idea that it came in flavors, let alone flavors like pecan pie of all things. 10 Flavored Vodkas You Should Really Try The 13 Strangest Vodka Flavors And gendered marketing. … Continue reading Pecan Pie Vodka?
I have created three campaign posters to be used by localized, grassroots movements and volunteers for mustang advocacy. My posters are designed to create awareness in the average person by comparing American mustangs to other iconic endangered species. My hope is that this will help change the perspective of the wild horse as an invasive … Continue reading Real Problems, Real Solutions FINAL