Earlier this month, I had the chance to work with talented group at New York Magazine. Take a peek at some of the hand-drawn typography that was used for their special ‘Reasons to Love New York’ issue. You’ll also notice some concepts that went unused but are rad nonetheless.
These past few months, I have been working on crafting my latest geometric font, Ojos. Crisp lines, sharp angles, and beautiful shapes make this sans-serif font specimen a solid foundation for any typographic piece or lockup. Complete with multilingual support and extensive glyph composition. Available for purchase in the online shop here.
Recently, I had the chance to team up with the rad Australian agency Voice on these organic fair trade bags for Rio Coffee. It was a pleasure working with the Voice team and illustrating these fun patterns and shapes to represent the weather characteristics for each of the regions of coffee. My espresso game is about to be on lock!
A few months ago, I had the chance to create hand-drawn typography and fun illustrations for AT&T promotional mailers. These cards were mailed out nationwide and I had the pleasure of working with the St. Louis agency, Rodgers Townsend on the project.
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with the team at Gensco to create spring illustrations for their promotional booklet. The cover shows the different locations of their Montana, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska deliveries and highlights a few of their wide range of products.
Recently, I had the chance to create the Summer Collection, “Salt + Light”, for the clothing brand Walk in Love. The goal of their company is awesome – create products with inspiring messages and imitate God by loving others. I had a blast creating unique typography and illustrations for these tees. To browse more designs and see more, you can view their website here.
Recently, I had the pleasure of creating the branding and collateral for the talented florists at Columbia City Bouquet. Their work is beautiful, modern, and fun. It was a pleasure creating visual pieces for this local company and crafting a style that fits with their company. Below are some images of their final logo as well as some unused concepts.
It’s been a pleasure getting to work on a few projects the past few years with Young Life. This spring, NW Seattle Young Life is hosting a rad little 5k run around Greenlake called the Decade Dash. The action is sure to be live and the mission to reach students for Christ and support the community is gonna be even better!
I’m super excited to share my first font, Estadio, which is now available online. Estadio is a hand-drawn font family in two different san Serif weights, thin and heavy. I’ve also created a handful of rad little illustrations, shapes, and inked ornaments which are available with the complete family or can be purchased separately. All english letters, special characters, and basic latin are included with each font. Pricing and more options may be viewed here.
A months back, I had the great pleasure of designing The Hymn Collection for the rad team at Walk in Love. Their tees are a reminder to love deeply and live like Jesus. The final printing and designs look brilliant! Take a look at all of the tees here
I had the pleasure of illustrating some fun icons for Studio De Luz. The icons have a few different themes including Brand Stories, Community, Fortune 500 companies vs. startups, the Northwest, and Illustration + Design.
I had a great time designing these mini cards for Compendium a little while back. I particularly like the uplifting messages and printed items this company creates. Take a peek at a few of the cards I created below.
I have an awesome time working and collaborating with my creative team at Nordstrom. Everyone is super talented and brings something unique to the table. Here are a few emails I had the chance to work on these past several months. Credits: All Images property of Nordstrom. Copyrighters – Eric Swecker, Claudia A., Cedar Burnett, Lacey Clemmons, Laura Winger
My wife and I tag teamed this fun little project and I’m super excited how it turned out. The Math Academy is a summer camp held at the University of Washington and brings in underrepresented high schoolers from all over the state. It’s always nice getting to work with your friends or family on a project and so this t-shirt design was a special treat. Take a peek at a few of the different versions below.
A couple weeks ago, I had the pleasure of working with the NY Times Magazine for their Food and Drink Issue. Recently, I have been on a cooking spree so it was fun to get to do some hand-drawn typography for the issue. Take a peek at a few of the titles throughout the mag and fun images to get some cooking inspiration. Art direction and design from the very talented designer, Jason Sfetko.
It’s been a total pleasure getting to do some hand-drawn typography work with the team at Pepsi for these new Aquafina Flavorsplash bottles and water goodies. I’ve been waiting to get to show this project for the past few months and it’s rad to see the final result. The playful branding and healthy approach behind the drinks are a refreshing take on the current soda pop market. Take a peek at a couple screenshots below…
Dan Koch is a music producer, composer, and an all-around rad guy. His work is phenomenal. I have spent a good hour or two listening to his assortment of composed tracks in his music library – such beautiful stuff. Anyways, a few weeks ago I had the chance to meet him and work on his new branding. Take a peek at a few looks for his brandmark.
Last year, I had the opportunity to do some hand-lettering for the Nike Fall 2013 Womens look book. It was a fun project to work on and I’m finally getting around to showing some samples. Credits Art Direction: Afton Hakes, Emily Duell Photography: Brendan Coughlin
This past month, I had the chance to meet Jennie at Casetagram and design a rad little case for the iPhone. The design is called “Fruits of the Spirit” – take a peek below! My case will be available for purchase at some point in the future here
I had the pleasure of working with one of my best friends on this fun little branding project. He came to me with the idea of starting a non-profit, afterschool program for kids. The focus would be on engaging activities, solid moral values, and giving the kids a foundation of love and nurturing that they might not receive elsewhere. The program hasn’t begun yet, but when it does, it’s gonna be radical.
Jason Koenig is a very talented photographer, director, and all-around passionate dude who just recently put out one of the raddest music videos ever, Macklemore’s “Can’t Hold Us“. Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of working with Jason and his wife Jenny on their new brand identity. Take a peek at their logo below, as well as a few hand-drawn, preliminary concepts.
This past month I had the opportunity to work on some branding and art direction for a rad online art shop called General Paper Co. They’re based out of New Zealand and from the sound of things, will have some awesome prints and goodies available online soon. Take a peek at a few concepts and hand-drawn logos.
I’ve been super grateful for the opportunity to work on this campaign for the Nordstrom Shoe Clearance sale this past month. I created the illustration and typgraphy for the piece with Art Direction from Toby Milner and Moon Chang. Take a peek at a few screenshots below and some versions that didn’t make the cut but are pretty rad too. Edit: Recently, this campaign was featured in the book BASIC, which highlights nice typography from around the globe.
Take a peek at a couple postcards I designed for Young Life International. They have an awesome goal of reaching kids for Christ globally and sending people out into the world to spread the Word. Rad right? I’ve had the pleasure of working with these guys over the past few years and also volunteering for their camps.