Posters have always been the basis of brand communication. Below, a few favorites I’ve designed over the years. For Klassik Living in Berkeley, I produced a limited edition of prints celebrating Mid Century designers.
Designing the key art, poster and more for I Am Known as an Artist was a great way for me to learn more about the amazing works of Wharton Esherick.
For the launch of Genentech’s STEM Program, FutureLab, I developed the lead visuals and branding. My favorites shown below.
Next, A poster I did at 72 And Sunny for Starbucks.
Here are a few colorful, activity inspiring images for an ad shop’s in-house health program.
Saul’s Deli in Berkeley, CA is a little slice of Brooklyn right on Shattuck Avenue. For their 30th anniversary, I developed these tasty graphics.
Shop At Home was in the market for a new look and feel. Working with Liquid Agency as lead designer, I developed a few variations for them to choose from.
Rally aims to simplify health management and awareness. In 2017, I led the design of their immensely popular HealthFest, hosted by Kevin Hart. Click the image to see more elements from the campaign.
For the film, Felix Austria, I created the key art and press materials.
When Citizen Cake Restaurant was under construction in San Francisco, I designed a series of posters to pique interest. Here’s my favorite.
Amy Adler, filmmaker and artist, hired me to design the graphics for two of her films. Mein Schloss, and Queen’s Park.