I Profess Poster was created for a traveling exhibition of design educators and their classroom philosophy. The design was a collaboration with my wife, Susan, incorporating elements reflecting both or design aesthetics. The exhibition traveled to numerous colleges and galleries between 2001 and 2005.
Type created for Fred Meyer’s Cyber Sale.
The design and type created for one of Fred Meyer’s employee focused programs.
Basking in all it’s 90’s glory—my typeface rancho Round at T-26.
The design and type created for one of Fred Meyer’s Flash Sales. This is utilized on both in–store and digital formats.
Typographic composition created for Andrea Wilkinson’s exhibition and book: Keep Delete: Turning Messages into Keepsakes.
The second, and the one which was featured in, typographic composition for Andrea Wilkinson’s Keep Delete: Turning Messages into Keepsakes exhibition and book.
Hand–sewen typography featured on a Portland State University promotional postcard.
Typographic and design experimentation created for Fred Meyer.
Further typographic and design experimentation created for Fred Meyer.
Great sketch and type for a Moonlight Basin t-shirt.
Wooden type for a Portland State University promotion.
During the 2005–2006 academic year I had the opportunity to teach Design and Drawing at the University of Ulsan, Ulsan, South Korea. At the end of the fall semester I designed this poster for my drawing class' opening. The intentionally mis–registered colors and soft pastels makes reference to the poor quality of printing found on low end goods from China.
News box promotion created for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.