This is a student packaging project for the electronic duo Booka Shade’s album Movements. The design for the packaging is intended to mirror the music featured in the album, being both simple, yet complex. The jacket of the album is die-cut, so that the detailed, patterned sleeve depicts movement as it slides out.
Chomp chocolate is a student branding and packaging project. Chomp is a monster themed chocolate bar with a broad audience ranging in ages from children to the elderly. Chomp’s cute and charming pattern, paired with a bold logo is intended to catch the eye of the consumer and give off a friendly appearance.
Wildebeest migration includes merchandise that could be sold at a zoo gift shop to accompany a wildebeest exhibit and tickets to the exhibit itself. The key component to this project is the infographic map, which charts the wildebeest migration throughout the Serengeti in a year.
Our Family Flavors
The cookbook Our Family Flavors combines family stories and traditions, that take place through certain dishes, with a practical cookbook. This cookbook showcases a collection of excellent family recipes, graciously given by a number of people, and the narratives behind them
Village Gardens Rebranded
Village Gardens is a student rebranding project for the already existing non-profit community garden program. The branding for this non-profit is friendly, vibrant, and modern. The logo includes elements that both represent a village and a garden, encompassing the ideas of community and growth.
Purim Party is a student campaign project intended to create a Jewish cultural event celebrating the holiday Purim, where everyone is welcome. This is a high energy party with a festive atmosphere.
Masterworks of the River Columbia Plateau
This is the catalogue published to accompany the exhibition “Masterworks of the Columbia River Plateau, 1870–1930”. The catalogue gives information about the Native American bags and baskets displayed. The poster shown alongside the catalogue promotes the lecture by Dr. Michelle M. Jacob of the Yakama Nation. This was a group project with Maxwell Miller and Kelly Onkowidjoj
Lost & Found
Lost and found was the 2015 fall exhibition for the Portland State and centennial High School Friendtorship class. Friendtorship is a collaborative mentorship program for high school students. The program aims to increase access to design and art education for underserved high school students, empowering them to engage in creative processes that better their communities.
Everyone from the Friendtorship class contributed to the exhibition, but the branding and promotion was done by Chloe Fearing, Gavin Miller, and I.
More pictures to come!
Natural Query is a student editorial project. Natural Query is a science based magazine and this is the deep sea issue. The magazine features articles about submersible technologies used for deep sea diving, creatures that live in deep , and James Cameron's expedition in the submersible DEEPSEA CHALLENGER.
All prints shown were designed at and for Laundry Studio.