Graphic Design


Graphic Design

Calendars created for fundraising sales for small rural arts organization highlighting local buildings and interests.

Meduxnekeag Watershed Map Poster was to convey as much information as possible about the region to many consumers including boaters, teachers, children and the general public. The watercolor illustration on the front was to give the sense of an explorer hiking through the watershed noting significant finds, creating a story that would engage the user to explore with the imagined author. To utilize even more information gathered by the committee over a decade, the organization decided to use both sides of the poster printing on the top of the explorer’s desk on the back.

Stepping Stones Logo: This logo had to help brand a new name for an existing and expanding program in the region. The logo was used in print, web design, uniforms, swag, and banners so it had to be able to function in black and white and a variety of sizes and meet a committee’s approval.

Brown Dog Ink Logo: I wanted to incorporate the things I love to work with in a 1 color piece that would be easy to reproduce in many formats, that was imbued with a lot of energy, and has fun hidden within the typography.

The Cup Cafe: The local Unitarian Church approached me planning to open an internet cafe in the basement of their church. The logo had to be the sign and has to work in many formats as including mugs, t-shirts, web, print and signs. It had to be bright enough to see from the road and had to have a welcoming sense of community to allow for future expansion of their ideas.

Friends of the Arts fundraising appeal: This card exterior and interior needed to highlight and build on the past successes of the rural Arts organization and deliver a high return for minimal costs. This two color card was the final selection.

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