Client: Bokashi Lotus
Concepted and designed a logo and identity for Bokashi Lotus, a local Bozeman based small business that offers products and services related to fermation based alternatives to traditional composting. The logo mark is meant to convey the symbiotic nature of composting, as well as a feminine and caring touch.
School Project: History of 1950's Graphic Design Poster
This piece was designed to chronicle and display key pieces and events of 1950's era graphic design. The concept is "Too Hip to be Square". The page is divided diagonally down the middle, all of the "hip" events and artists are on the left, and all the "square" are on the right. The copy is all originally produced. Events and pieces are marked with a color coded triangle that corresponds to a spot on the timeline.
Independent Project: Caution, Occupied Drivers Road Sign
Designed and produced a tongue in cheek road sign. It was printed on a large format yellow plastic and placed next to the road that skirts my parents house in Shelburne Vermont. The road provides access to a large athletic club and is frequented by drivers who are not always 100% aware of their surroundings. It lasted two days before it mysteriously disappeared.