I’m very honored to have three projects featured in the 2014 Print Regional Design Annual. First up is my brand identity system for Coldtowne Theater. Second, my illustration and branding package for Tocquigny’s SXSW Taco Tour. Finally, my commemorative shirt design for Lollapalooza was also featured. This year, over 4,000 entries were submitted across the country, and 350 made the final cut.
I’m very honored and excited that my rebranding of Coldtowne Theater was featured in the January 2014 issue of HOW Magazine in their “Behind the Design” column. Want to get the inside scoop on the project? Pick up the issue at your local newsstand.
Stop by Birds Barbershop’s flagship South Congress location to see my newest mural installation.
Saturday, December 15th is the night of the Misprint Company Holiday Party. I produced a special 32-page mini issue of Misprint, called “The Essential Guide to 16 Dumb Things”, to be given away that evening.
Miletus sporting my first Shangri-La shirt and his tattoo version of the Austin Facial Hair Club logo.
For the third year in a row, Misprint Magazine and Fun Fun Fun Fest collaborated on their Festival Program. Be sure to pick it up at the fest (November 2,3,4).
After almost a year-and-a-half, I’m very excited to announce that a new issue of Misprint Magazine has dropped in Austin. Look for it all around town during the month of September.
After eight great years of agency life in Austin, I’ve decided to shift my focus to developing my own studio. Let me leverage my 10+ years of award-winning professional experience for your business with services including branding, environmental design, packaging, print and web design, illustration, and event marketing. Contact me to start the discussion, and if you live in Austin we can talk shop over some tasty micheladas.
The campaign for the Austin Business Journal I art directed at Door Number 3 won 1st Place, Advertising at the 2012 AIGA Texas Show.
Very happy to have the print campaign I art directed for the Austin Business Journal to be featured as a Communication Arts exhibit. This was a true collaborative campaign with my copywriting partner Mark Killian. Now all that’s left to do is make those “Bat Market” and “Grackle Market” koozies.