Archive for 'Design'

Design // Logo and tees for Austin Sea Veggies

Design // Logo and tees for Austin Sea Veggies

Logo and t-shirt redesign for Austin Sea Veggies, printed at Blue Dog Printing.

Production Skills

Production Skills

The importance of knowing the design process from Idea through Presentation How much value is a designer if a print shop has to spend hours preparing her files for production? My most recent design job allowed me to be involved in the sign making process from the customer’s first call, all the way to delivering more »

Design // Spanish Light Study

Design // Spanish Light Study

After a long and late lunch, most of a Mediterranean town will rest and the streets will be empty. In those few hours before the sun sets, all is quiet and visitors have space to study the city itself.

Logo // AustinF1Hotels.com

Logo // AustinF1Hotels.com

Logo for AustinF1Hotels.com, which is a site I started in May of 2010 when the Austin Formula 1 track was announced.

Political Sign Design // Campaign Signs for Maria Talamo

Political Sign Design // Campaign Signs for Maria Talamo

Set of Political Sign designs for Maria Talamo. Graphic design included full color 4′ x 8′ street signs and 18″ x 24″ yard signs.

Design // Quick Logo: Golf Tournament

Design // Quick Logo: Golf Tournament

I designed this logo, cut it in vinyl, weeded it, and applied it to his signs in under 15 minutes. Speed, y’all.

Design // Blues CD Package Layout for T-Model Ford

Design // Blues CD Package Layout for T-Model Ford

CD packaging for T-Model Ford, bluesman from the Mississippi Delta and self-proclaimed bad-ass His birth was sometime between 1921 and 1925. At one point he was sentenced to 10 years on a chain gang for murder, but was able to get it reduced to 2 years. Still alive and playing. Inspiration for the Tours Project more »

Design // Poster-as-a-Cubist Sculpture

Design // Poster-as-a-Cubist Sculpture

Assignment to make a poster advertising a sculpture exhibition at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. This poster advertises the art of sculptor Julio Gonzalez, and is designed to be cut apart and reconstructed into a replica of one of his cubist sculptures (Mask: Reclining Head [Masque: Tête couchée], ca. 1930). Photo of the finished more »