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COSE Energy Brochure

Apologies for not posting in a while! Summer has been great so far, and we’re looking forward to a hectic fall! Here is a small piece recently done for an energy program put together by COSE (Council of Smaller Enterprises). This is a tri-fold brochure was used to distribute information to promote energy audits for local small businesses.

Giddyup!

It’s that time again! Time for the AIGA Annual Student Portfolio Review! This year I thought it would be fun to do an ‘old west’ theme for the poster. I originally started with a ‘show-down’ concept, but along the way it morphed into a wanted poster, which I believe came together nicely. I had a lot of fun with this …

COSE Event Calendar

COSE is revamping their event calendar for 2010. Their idea was to present their events and activities with more of a “curriculum” approach so that the members could easily decipher the level of events they are choosing to attend. Event content ranges from beginner (101) to advanced (301). Immediately, I wanted to expound on the curriculum idea with the theme …

Art Speaks, Posters Yell

The Fall Kickoff event for AIGA Cleveland is coming up fast! Art Chantry, a legendary rock poster designer, will be speaking at Windows on the River September 24th. I had the pleasure of collaborating with Mike Burton of Little Jacket on this poster advertising the event. He wanted to obviously have the design be relevant to Art’s work, but also …

COSE Arts Network

I just wrapped up this quick postcard for the COSE Arts Network advertising a forum on intellectual property and the arts. The event is coming up in the next few weeks, and details are as follows. “The COSE Arts Network and the Center for Law, Technology and the Arts at Case School of Law present a one-of-a-kind event featuring independent …

COSE Arts Network

Here is a piece that I recently designed for the COSE Arts Network. Wanting to promote their program and services to potential Arts Network members, the challenge was to create a tri-fold brochure that was appealing to a creative audience, as well as still feeling corporate. The images above show the final approved piece. My original concept is below. I …