Friday, December 31, 2010
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Flexibility test. (Praise the good lord for Tristan Tzara.) The word night is supposed to feel like a shadow within modern. (A recurring accusation seems to be my supreme ability to create cryptic messages. I don't mind—but until my name is Venezky, I will have to posture myself with slight concern.)
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Just cracking knuckles and such. Loose (not yet April-worthy) comps for the love of process, right? Oh and hello high modernism, oh how I adore you.
(Man that 8pm does look horsey. Could I create something a little more happy and limber?—contrary to popular belief, hot pink does not always sift away the stiffness of a design.)
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Adam Johnson, an artist currently studying at Pacific Northwest College of Art, has granted permission to apply his soundtrack to our sidewalk advocacy video.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
I always have to begin outside of the computer with real materials, before I enter into the computer, unless my objective is a super stiff design.
design decisions: As a whole, the goal is pathos—to invite the viewer to experience aerial acrobatics, all in a quick glance.
The ribbon type contains the indexical information of the silks. I avoided revealing the face of the dancer; the viewer can now impose his or hers in place. The type is cropped to add the larger than life feeling—and of course to reference the high modernist dance posters of the glorious past.
Monday, November 1, 2010
The goal of this visual identity will be to convey the idea that vegan food can be surprisingly and explosively tasty. The tone of voice will be caring and optimistic. The attributes to be embodied will be friendly, organic and eclectic chic. The needs fulfilled will be healthy and flavorful food located in an inviting and non judgmental community.
business cardwebsite mainpageinvoice frontinvoice back (the pad with make ready and screen printed collage, hammerpress + tammypress)We never said we were dirt cheap.the menu cover (made from old book cover elements + screen printed collage elements)
(my inner cameron perry may have taken over for this one)
Stationary will be an item for sale in the restaurant. The front at back covers will be printed on make ready stock whenever possible. This would likely be a handmade item as this company cherishes thoughtfulness and detail.