Saturday, April 28, 2012

Helping the roussemoff guys organize some merch for the launch on Tuesday night, so the idea came about of actually selling some homemade preserves. This stuff is awesome. Also the roussemoff business cards came out rather well.

Friday, April 20, 2012

A small video piece I put together this morning for the Roussemoff guys.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Filming/recording session for the Roussemoff guys today. The shoot went so amazingly well, that the footage itself needs very few corrections...it just looks really good. Also on the agenda was getting the Toff launch poster out of the way. I am fairly pleased with the results, just a few small issues i'm not so sure of. I was going for more of a focus on type, rather than any color or flashy graphic. The bird in the background is a vectored misprint of one of the sleeves, which is what the launch is all about...the beautiful handmade CD's from a while back.I have included a few stills from the shoot.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Very busy (supposed to be) working on some homework, but I am also working on a cool little video project as well. This thing was inspired by a track a friend of mine made, which is really really amazing. The song made me think of long car rides. It was interesting to try to film a bunch of stuff in the car and keep it somewhat steady.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Working on some designs for The Gracemakers again, and also planning to do a video for Roussemoff...all while trying to do Design homework. The Gracemakers stuff is for a quarter page ad for Inpress/Beat so it's going to be text based. It's also going to include a butterfly I drew about 3 years ago, all fixed up and vectored. I think the I am enjoying working on the little butterflies way too much.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

I had this awful 70's orange colored landscape thing floating around in my head for a few days, so I fiddled about in Photoshop and Indesign to make it. I would love to turn something like this into a poster, and I sort of want it to look like a scan from National Geographic from 1975.