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Apparel Line Identity
A new collection was being considered, and I was invited to cooperate in the design of an icon for the new line. Unfortunately none of the above happened, and my designs were not chosen, but it was exceptionally fun to work on so many icons.
Company Christmas Cards
As the holidays approached I was asked to design the company party email invite, and corporate Christmas card (two years in a row).
Corporate Hang Tag
The goal was to design a new line of hang tags to represent the brand, portray the many technical features of each product, and overlay the many other partner tags that accompany each piece.
Motorcycle Spring Catalog 2013
The 2013 motorcycle gear catalog featured both adv touring and off-road together. It was the first company catalog to feature a new women's off-road line. This project portrays well my involvement with layout, photo selection, design and development.
Motorcycle Spring Catalog 2014
With over 115 pages, the Spring 2014 catalog was no walk in the park. In addition to the time spent in layout and production, many hours went into capturing product and action photography, provided mostly by Scott T. and Dave Dahm from Marketing. The copy was written by Dave, and edited by a large group of employees.
Atomic Bold Typeface
A grunge apocalyptic style font-face, hand-made with black paint and torn paper. This is a personal project.
Rodchenko Style Poster
Fictional poster advertisement, featuring a Alexander Rodchenko style and design. This was a school project.
Typographic Illustration
Typographic illustration featuring Delicate Arch of Sothern Utah and my design class-mate, David.
RCR Concept Sketches
I was asked to help with some preliminary sketches for a new race collection that targeted the younger adult audience (my generation). My sketches inspired the actual design carried out by Rachel Luthy, and developed by Brandon Mueller, both of R&D. The new XC Series was originally called the RCR in it's early development.
Three Branch Woodworking
A small-shop woodworking studio requested an update to their identity and logo. After a few rounds of sketches, maintaining constant communication, I was able to provide them with a design that elevated the perception of professionalism and quality to match their service.
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