This gallery includes several projects I worked on for Espolón tequila between 2013-2015. I had the pleasure to work on the design of their limited edition, high end aged Anejo X which featured an al black bottle that paid tribute to the ancient craft of Barro Negro (black clay). This project was featured on TheDieline.com. I also made several murals used as outdoor advertising that inspired creativity and originality, and did branding and design for social events such as Cocktail Fights and BlackMarket (an event once covered by Vice).
Steven Noble illustrated Espolón’s incredibly cool logo and labels.
When BFG was asked to provide Mello Yello with several proposals for new website designs. Appealing to their love of all things retro, my concept featured an illustrated landing page of a college campus known as "The Old School". This illustration would provide navigation for the rest of the site.
This collection features various promotional materials I made for Charleston, SC’s Burger Babies. Included are menus, ads, flyers and several pieces for special events such as “Flip’n Burger Night” and “Burger Ballot 2012”.
Alternate "Chalkboard" Theme for Website - About & Contact Pages
Now You See Them
When my talented friends over at "Now You See Them" asked me to design the album art for their first full length record, I was flattered and immediately jumped at the oppurtunity. Their songs are folksy, nostalgic and fun while remaining humble, emotional, and honest. I wanted to create art work that was as bold and impactful as their music, but with an old-timey and comfortable feel. I began with a limited color scheme and a combination of different original and found images to create a bizarre yet beautiful landscape based off the phrase "As above, so below".
Media: Photoshop, InDesign, Found Images
In naming his new solo project, Shane Conerty (formerly of Now You See Them and Leann Grimes) knew that he wanted a name that would both capture his genre-bending "electronic doo wop" and work with my mixed media artwork. Thus "Color Collage" was born. For branding the band, we agreed that it would be best to come up with a consistent logo/seal that could be placed over a series of mixed media collages I made.
Though I spend more hours in front of a computer screen than I'd like to admit, I always enjoy stepping away from my computer and getting my hands dirty with a variety of different techniques such as collage, painting, and various forms of print making.