I finally had professional photos taken of the shields that I made a few months ago. It was an interesting experience being on the other side of the camera for a change. My buddy Scott is an amazing photographer and I couldn’t be more ecstatic about how these turned out.
Photo credit: Scott Henrichsen
Model: Jared Keith Lee
Logo design for a LGBTQ start-up in Baltimore.
Hey, guys! So in attempting to complete my first Tough Mudder, I am also raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
The Wounded Warrior Project hopes to achieve the following:
1) To raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members.
2) To help injured service members aid and assist each other.
3) To provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.
If you can donate, please show your support by clicking here. Thanks!
Mobile website design for a local restaurant, incorporating the logo that I designed. The two menus at the top would be two, independent “scrolling” features.
Logo redesign for a local restaurant.
Here’s a custom Kidrobot Mega Munny that I painted. I thought it would be fun to give the “me gusta” meme some color and dimension. Acrylic on vinyl.
This year, there have been a few initiatives to get more people involved with voting, including a group right here on campus. In my Graphic Design 2 class, we are pursuing our own voting education initiative, creating a brand, website and physical media that further our initiative’s goals. This is the logo that I designed for my concept… obviously, targeting the LGBTQ community.
Here’s a photo update on my collection… I completely ran out of Swarovski crystals and had to order more. I also have two other shields to laser cut and three to mold. So far it has been a ton of work but it’s the best thing I’ve done this semester. Thanks to Inventables and JewelrySupply for quality products and awesome customer service!
Hand setting crystals all night, tonight… I have a newfound respect for “haute couture.”
This is a poster that I created for my typography class. We were given quotes about architecture and had to create a poster using at least ten of the quotes and only using type.
18” x 24”.