Designed to Worship - At the initial client meeting the desire to have a “non-churchy” look to the theme for this year was the #1 pre-requisite. With that in mind I looked for various forms of inspiration. Since the name “Designed to Worship” opened up some more artsy concepts a paint spattered theme emerged.
A subtle reference to faith were placed in the lower case “T” which doubles as a cross.
Variation of the nogo was encouraged to cover the different printed and web oriented pieces.
Rockfish Elementary Teachers T-shirt - A buddy of mine that was teaching at Rockfish (in NC) asked me to create this t-shirt with the mascot of the tiger fused with the attitude of "the people's eyebrow".
The Gambino's T-shirt Design1 - "Cadillac" concept for local independent pro wrestling (and former IWC tag team champions).
Local Pro wrestling T-shirt - Another design for an independent pro wrestling tag team. Their name is sexual harassment. Needless to say their gimmick is based on making their opponents very uncomfortable. Their colors were pink and black, one silhouette, some lips and a retro type and... Voila!
Business Card Design - My mom asked me to put together a business card for her new endeavor as an independent distributor of fine jewelry.
After looking at some of her peers cards I noticed that none of them actually showed the product. So I took some pics of the items that used multiple colors and applied them to the card design.
SHiFT - For 2008 theme I created the nogo and theme which extended to various items used at the client’s annual conference. The concept first discussed was a shifting of focus toward faith.
The theme was developed and anchored by the “Shift” graphic which starts knocked out and then steps upwards toward the heavens. Imagery of clouds with a knock-out of a cross shinning light rays were used on all the pieces.
Items created were a brochure, letterhead, notepad, CD/DVD covers, and name tag designs.
The Gambino's T-shirt Design2 - City scape design for the independent pro wrestling tag team.
This banner created for my high school (which I graduated from 10 years ago... man I'm getting old). The boys football team was photographed on green screen, which I then took and applied to this banner.
A magnet I designed for a company while I was interning. If I recall correctly, the magnet was so well received that the exact design was repeated the next year. 2006... so long ago!