Poster design for band
Poster selected by SCAD to highlight Iron & Wine’s performance at the Trustees Theater in downtown Savannah.
The poster is based upon the Iron & Wine song about encapsulated nostalgia entitled “Tree By The River.”
Poster and magazine design
The House Industries font United took over three years to perfect and was designed primarily by T. Leming. The face was originally based off of U.S. Military lettering and now has over 100 styles.
I chose to exemplify T. Leming in this typography project as his fight for digital and web typography through TypeSupply.com and web fonts both interested and inspired me. He, along with other designers, seek better solutions for displaying good typography online.
Each month I take the time to show off some of my nifty real life friends. For the first month the spotlight shines on my bff Michele. Michele and I met in college and shared last summer in NYC together.
Here’s a wallpaper portrait of Michele and I.
If you know me you know I love all of the Zelda games. Michele’s so awesome that for last Halloween she costumed as the craziest Link – Link from The Legend of Zelda (TV Series)
Hand-made book detailing 27 rules of typography
Designed over sixty pages, this hand–bound book is laid out in a magical tome style. The requirement of this project was to outline and demonstrate 29 rules of good typography based on a topic relating to advertising. Main text is presented and manipulated in Book Antiqua with alchemy symbols denoting typographical rules. Respective typography rules are hand written using the writing of five authors who volunteered via internet crowd sourcing through social networks.
The copy in this book details seven explorations in the usage of ancient myths within the advertising world. The myths represented were Hermes, Midas, Nike, Pandora, Trident, Trojan, and Venus.
Collaboration branding and business strategy for museum
A collaboration project between seven interdisciplinary students over a ten week course outlining the means and requirements for establishing a hypothetical museum summarized in a 100 page book.
Director: Megan B. Coates, Art History
Board of Trustees: Molly McGowan, Art History
Public Relations & Marketing: Alexander Parker, Advertising
Facilities Design: Jonathan Gilreath, Photography
Development: Evin Prouty, Photography
Grants & Grant Writing: Tess Gumbin, Painting
Gift Shop, Restaurant, HR & Collections: Ana Maria Sierra, Art History
Book layout, Design, Branding: Alexander Parker