Kaleigh Shrigley and Claire Loew of One Six Five, felt that they had outgrown the original branding of their business and were in need of a refresh. They wanted something that reflected the characteristics of their jewelry — funky, bold, simplistic, and fun. I developed a logo that could pass as one of their pieces, but also bold enough to echo the entire One Six Five catalogue. I went with the shape of an eye to illustrate the unique personality and character found in each piece of the brand’s handmade jewelry. Check their pieces out!
Keep in touch cards
Ear ring backs
Look Human is an eCommerce site that focuses on self-expression through apparel & other home goods. There are a slew of content designers responsible for creating artwork daily, basing designs off of current events & trends. I was on the branding and marketing team and held many different roles, including: art director, email marketer, UX/UI designer, and blogger. In the work shown below, I was the lead designer — and I couldn't have concepted without my team, Kayla Graves & Sean Gorant.
This poster was made for speaker David Vawter. He came to speak for Columbus Society of Communicating Arts for one of their monthly lectures in 2016. David is the Chief Creative Director at Doe-Anderson and his lecture talked about how they repositioned the brand and marketing that revitalized Maker's Mark whiskey.
Drose is a band from Columbus Ohio. They asked me to design a poster for a show they were having to celebrate the release of their new LP on Orange Milk Records. Musically, Drose is a different type of beast. The band members have crafted a truly unique sound(at least I think) that ranges from aggressive/experimental to noise, industrial, and metal parts of the music spectrum. I wanted the poster to represent how the album sounded as much as possible. I started with stark, anonymous imagery and kept it black and white to keep with the pacing of the music. The posters were silk screened on french paper.
The 400 Market is a local Columbus farmer's & makers market located in the Franklinton area of Columbus, Ohio. It's hosted on Saturday mornings at 400 West Rich. This is not only the location but a building that acts as a collection of artist spaces, Strongwater Food & Spirits, & home of the market. The concept that was chosen was one that focused on the building turning into an icon since it represents one in the area being home to many artists & makers.
Three Initial Concepts
Final Logo Square Stacked & Horizontal
Final Logo Circle
This is a current freelance project I am working on. It's a rebrand is for a small fashion boutique based in Cleveland, OH called Haven.
Activate is the main Brand that I work on at Print Syndicate. It's a workout brand that doesn't take itself to seriously & knows you shouldn't either. As art director for the brand I directed the visual design working along with the team. Creative Director - Mariana Welfen, Designer - Kayla Graves & Copywriter - Jason Grimm
The band Brat Curse asked me to do some layouts for them to send out in there demo box to some different labels. I made a few different layouts for them to choose from.
This project was a hypothetical rebrand for Tumblr. We worked to give Tumblr a more up to date brand that to be more artist centric & blogging freindly. We worked to make what users were posting to be what really stood out on the site whether it be an illustrator who uses the site to post their newest work or for someone who uses it blog about their recipes. We added a chat feature to allow easier communication between bloggers. Also we created a system where could categorize the blogs you follow to be into an individual feed but also keeping the endless scroll of all your blogs if you desire.
This was a package design for the band Toads & Mice. We tried to create a package that represented the music itself. Collaboration with fine artist John Mengerink.
This packaging was created for a felt covered soap called Fineock Oats. I wanted to make sure that the packaging allowed the consumer to feel the soap because the felt is what makes the product so unique.
As an intern at Huffy Bicycles I was responsible for coming up with concepts for new bikes.