WOW! My friend Chris Cacciatore’s NEW game Nebs ‘n Debs is 475% funded on Kickstarter! His campaign ends in 36 hours, so if you’re interested, donate soon. I’m helping him with the design work on this project including the box and manual for the game.
As I kid I grew up with a Super Nintendo that I loved and spent countless hours playing Super Mario World (the music will forever be etched into my brain), Wario Woods, and we even had a Wayne’s World SNES game. Who would have thought that in 2018 I would be designing a box and manual for an NES game?! I love fun projects like this.
My longtime friend Chris Cacciatore of Dullahan Software launched his Kickstarter campaign this morning to raise $5,000 to fund his game Nebs 'n Debs that he's been working on for the past several years. He came in 2nd in the 2016 NESDEV competition, and since then has been refining and developing it into a fully playable game. It's available to play digitally with an NES emulator or you can get a real-deal NES cartridge if you still have your original Nintendo.
I've been assisting with the design of the box and other elements, but the original illustration was created by the incredibly talented Kaela Camille Agustin. Check out her wonderful work on her website.
Go support this Kickstarter campaign and/or share with your friends!
This was a dream project made extra special with specialty printing. This custom gala invitation for the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco utilizes red foil to stand out and (literally) shine! The whole set features an invitation, RSVP card, envelopes and web and print graphics.
Printing techniques like foil stamping makes a pieces like this invitation stand out, increases user interaction (how can you pass up the beautiful shine?), and makes it a more effective marketing piece. The foil stamp pairs well with this invitation since it enforces the glamorous aesthetic of the design and professional photograph on the front.
I designed and illustrated these new marketing materials for the teen production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco. The dimensional candy and bright colors really make these pieces pop. The campaign includes printed posters and postcards, TV screen and web graphics. See more in my portfolio.
I developed the illustrations and color palette for this show last year while working on the new art for the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco. This year I applied the art to the marketing pieces to promote the show. I love how this turned out and had a blast designing it. The colors are so vivid and they match the high energy of the show. I created a whole series of promotional pieces including two posters, two postcards, digital ads and other print and web pieces. View more on my portfolio.
Go catch the show in San Francisco playing now through June 10th. Buy tickets here.
I designed the look and marketing pieces for the world premiere of the play Still at Risk currently playing at the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco. It was fun integrating some gritty, smeared paint elements over a simple illustrated pattern and interpreting a play that's both funny and heartbreaking. Pieces include 2 posters, postcard, digital ads and other supporting print materials.
The furriest holiday tradition returns! The 5th Anniversary tour of Avenue Q kicks off tonight at the NCTC in San Francisco, CA. I designed the marketing materials again this year and love the holiday feeling. It plays through January 7th.
I'm thrilled to finally share this awesome project I worked on over the summer. I was hired to design this Thanksgiving Baking Plan for King Arthur Flour.
To get the PDF, you need to sign up for their holiday newsletter and they will email it to you.
It has great tips on prepping for your Thanksgiving meal, so I hope you use it! It will make your holiday baking less stressful and more organized.