Print design

Apr 7, 2016 In blog - Print design By
For whatever reason my son is in love with robots. More specifically, he is in love with “robots with grabbers.” Enter Robostamps: a set of four inch and a half square wooden blocks mounted with rubber stamps.   Each block contains a unique robot (with a grabber of course) ...
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Poster: It all comes down to a single digit
Mar 29, 2016 In blog - Illustration - Poster design - Print design By
Political discussions can be dicey, especially in an election year, and even more especially when one of the candidates happens to be Donald J. Trump. This reversible political poster I designed is the perfect solution. Don’t want Trump’s stubby finger resting on the nuke button? Flip it 180 degrees ...
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Pointless Icons
Mar 25, 2016 In blog - Humor - Print design - Web Design By
Icons can be useful for a lot of different reasons. They mitigate the complexities of our computers, simplify our virtual tool sets and are scattered (often pointlessly) all over the internet. So naturally I’ve been creating a set of useless icons that have no purpose. None whatsoever. Not on ...
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Mark and Meg Wedding Monogram
Mar 23, 2016 In blog - Print design - Typography By
I designed a save the date postcard for an upcoming wedding and created a monogram that could be reused in other designs (invitation, website, cake, you get the picture). Reimagining the ampersand as a knot (ok, it’s not exactly a knot) was a playful take on the trope “tying ...
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The Daily Foosman
Jun 20, 2015 In Print design - Writing By
It’s important to have a little fun at work so we organized a weeklong lunchtime foosball tournament that culminated in a frenetic championship match where only one team could stand victorious. What sport would be complete without some form of publication that trashes the participants. Enter The Daily Foosman, ...
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