Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

December 31, 2017

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

July 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

June 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

May 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

April 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

March 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

February 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

January 2018

Absalom, Absalom
Absalom, Absalom

Typographic poster exercise reimagining the cover of a book that is currently or has been prohibited. The vision for this design came from the violent climactic story line of the book. The heavy use of red hues is meant to emphasize rage, violence, blood, and murder. 

Menlo
Menlo

A small book created to display a type face (this particular type is menlo) in creative ways and also to give a brief history of the typeface. This type face was not created to be ornate but to be a usable type for programing so I wanted to make it creative and use it in a completely different way. My design is meant to represent the attributes of menlo that in most instances is over looked.

2016 Presidental Campaign RABID Magazine Cover (6 Different Versions)
2016 Presidental Campaign RABID Magazine Cover (6 Different Versions)

Various different versions of a hypothetical political magazine called RABID. Using a previously written article and unable to photograph either candidate, I decided to do a modern illustration in the hope of taking a less appealing article and promoting interest visually to the supposed consumer.   

He Said, She Said
He Said, She Said

A continuation from the previous political magazine cover assignment. Given some of the obvious frustrations over both 2016 presidential candidates that have been coherent all throughout the whole election process, I wanted to portray that in this cover design. The use of bright colors and turbulent typography give it somewhat of a disorganized introspectional view which could be said to describe the debate the article was based from. 

HELP (version one)
HELP (version one)

A further continuation of the hypothetical political magazine, RABID, cover design assignment.

HELP (version two)
HELP (version two)

A further continuation of the hypothetical political magazine, RABID, cover design assignment.

Letterform
Letterform

Letterform exercise taking certain letters from a selected typeface (this particular type is onyx) and abstracting them. Onyx, being a extreemly ornate type face, my vision was to emphasize the parts of the type that make it stand out (i.e. the serifs, the tails, the bowls, etc.) and also to abstract them visually so that one forgets that it is just a letter but a beautiful creation of design.

Wind vs. Coal (version one)
Wind vs. Coal (version one)

A hypothetical magazine spread layout design assignment for the political magazine known as Mother Jones. Using exaggerated italicizing on the word wind to portray a sense of being blown away by the actual wind, and parenthesis around the word coal to portray it being encompassed by an actual piece of coal, give it a minimalistic sembalence while still using clever tactics to bring more interest.  

Wind vs. Coal (version two)
Wind vs. Coal (version two)

A continuation of the previous described assignment. With this version, I wanted to be more experimental with the color and typography visual representation. 

David Carson (Spread One)
David Carson (Spread One)

Magazine layout exercise designing spreads working with images and typography and typography as image. My choice being David Carson, I kept the spread experimental and chaotic and chose to follow his techniques of going against the “norm” with text layout.

David Carson (Spread Two)
David Carson (Spread Two)
David Carson (Spread Three)
David Carson (Spread Three)
A
A

Abstracting a letterform thinking about movement in the composition and line weight to create visual depth.

RBE
RBE

Experimental Typography

BELIEVING
BELIEVING

Personal piece inspired by my personal faith and Swiss modern poster design. "Be not faithless but believing." (John 20:27)

BE
BE

Personal experimental typography design. "Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." (John 16:33)

STRONG
STRONG

Personal experimental typography design. "Be strong and of good courage; . . ." (Joshua 1:9)

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018
Absalom, Absalom
Menlo
2016 Presidental Campaign RABID Magazine Cover (6 Different Versions)
He Said, She Said
HELP (version one)
HELP (version two)
Letterform
Wind vs. Coal (version one)
Wind vs. Coal (version two)
David Carson (Spread One)
David Carson (Spread Two)
David Carson (Spread Three)
A
RBE
BELIEVING
BE
STRONG
Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

December 31, 2017

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

July 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

June 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

May 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

April 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

March 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

February 2018

Ongoing Series of a Typographic Illustration for Each Month of 2018

January 2018

Absalom, Absalom

Typographic poster exercise reimagining the cover of a book that is currently or has been prohibited. The vision for this design came from the violent climactic story line of the book. The heavy use of red hues is meant to emphasize rage, violence, blood, and murder. 

Menlo

A small book created to display a type face (this particular type is menlo) in creative ways and also to give a brief history of the typeface. This type face was not created to be ornate but to be a usable type for programing so I wanted to make it creative and use it in a completely different way. My design is meant to represent the attributes of menlo that in most instances is over looked.

2016 Presidental Campaign RABID Magazine Cover (6 Different Versions)

Various different versions of a hypothetical political magazine called RABID. Using a previously written article and unable to photograph either candidate, I decided to do a modern illustration in the hope of taking a less appealing article and promoting interest visually to the supposed consumer.   

He Said, She Said

A continuation from the previous political magazine cover assignment. Given some of the obvious frustrations over both 2016 presidential candidates that have been coherent all throughout the whole election process, I wanted to portray that in this cover design. The use of bright colors and turbulent typography give it somewhat of a disorganized introspectional view which could be said to describe the debate the article was based from. 

HELP (version one)

A further continuation of the hypothetical political magazine, RABID, cover design assignment.

HELP (version two)

A further continuation of the hypothetical political magazine, RABID, cover design assignment.

Letterform

Letterform exercise taking certain letters from a selected typeface (this particular type is onyx) and abstracting them. Onyx, being a extreemly ornate type face, my vision was to emphasize the parts of the type that make it stand out (i.e. the serifs, the tails, the bowls, etc.) and also to abstract them visually so that one forgets that it is just a letter but a beautiful creation of design.

Wind vs. Coal (version one)

A hypothetical magazine spread layout design assignment for the political magazine known as Mother Jones. Using exaggerated italicizing on the word wind to portray a sense of being blown away by the actual wind, and parenthesis around the word coal to portray it being encompassed by an actual piece of coal, give it a minimalistic sembalence while still using clever tactics to bring more interest.  

Wind vs. Coal (version two)

A continuation of the previous described assignment. With this version, I wanted to be more experimental with the color and typography visual representation. 

David Carson (Spread One)

Magazine layout exercise designing spreads working with images and typography and typography as image. My choice being David Carson, I kept the spread experimental and chaotic and chose to follow his techniques of going against the “norm” with text layout.

David Carson (Spread Two)
David Carson (Spread Three)
A

Abstracting a letterform thinking about movement in the composition and line weight to create visual depth.

RBE

Experimental Typography

BELIEVING

Personal piece inspired by my personal faith and Swiss modern poster design. "Be not faithless but believing." (John 20:27)

BE

Personal experimental typography design. "Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world." (John 16:33)

STRONG

Personal experimental typography design. "Be strong and of good courage; . . ." (Joshua 1:9)

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