This is a poster I won for a design competition, in which the concept was to design a registration poster that deals with the general reminder information and dates for students with the up coming quarter. The main concept was to make the viewer enticed by the materials used with the overall concept. The word, "REGISTRATION". As well as the trees are screen printed. Where as the gridded layout and transparency are digitally printed. The size is around 23"x33" with a 11"x22" transparency. In all ten posters where produced for the Art Institute of California San Francisco California.
This is a new work inspired by my last job and what I was able to experience, greed the scum of life and the ability to lose site of your soul. It all stems down to gold baby!
The rough drawing on archival printmaking paper.
An up to date shot of the piece half way to its completion.
Good old Clear Channel! Everyone's favorite corporation, well here is a standards manual I just completed for a branding class. Hand bound accordion binding with all design and printing done by yours truly as well as the re branding of this pain in the ass company.
Just wrapped up a class dealing with the idea of presenting large amounts of data through a visual piece. So I took it upon myself to create a three poster series on immigration. The first one was has hand illustrated type with a photo taken on Cesar Chavez and Mission here in the city. As you all know a corner that is packed with day laborers during the week. The second poster is a graph of immigrants entering this country from 1925 to 2006. The third and final is the count from country's all over the world in 2006.
I have been real busy lately with projects but here is a quick look at some new work that is close to being finished. If your reading this before March 13th make sure you come support myself and some other talented people at "Cadence." Located at 17th & South Vanness here in San Francisco, 6-10pm!
Ludicra is a bay area black metal band here in the city. I love there work and decided to print a three color poster for a printing class I had. Four posters in total with two peacock blue and the other two red. The images are based on there second album called " Another Great Love Song," if you haven't heard them than get your ass to the local record store and buy there CD!