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This poster and web graphic for Louis Riel School Division was created as a teaching and psychology tool for children dealing with reactionary behavioural issues ranging from anxiety to anger. The soft colours and clear text are calming, allowing for children in an agitated state to practise meditation and breathing techniques with an easy to follow visual cue.
This T-Shirt design was created for Merin Music for their album release and tour. The dynamic illustration is contemporary and hip, with a touch of rock music appeal. The Band’s name is incorporated into the design itself, in the bottom left.
Merin, a local Winnipeg band launched their first full album spring 2019. I designed their campaign materials as well as the album cover. Using bright and playful colours I created a unique look unseen in many alternative band identities giving them an upbeat and approachable look reminiscent of early millennium and 90’s pop.
The album cover design represents the dream like nature of the album lyrics. The title is visually represented in colour, and in subject.
The cassette is a nostalgic piece the acts as a physical and functional vessel for the download card. The design and application keeps the product light and portable for the practicality of touring, as well as affordable for the fans.
The social media graphics use the single art as well as list the tour dates and locations in a highly functional manner. 1. Facebook Event Banner, 2. Facebook Page Banner, 3. Instagram Post
A design created for Red River College Graphic Design. The image of a moth represents the way patrons of Nuit Blanche travel to each exhibit at night, by flocking to areas of light.
Using photoluminescent powder in the printing of the advertisement insert, allows the design to become glow-in-the-dark. This is a unique work-around for bus shelters in Winnipeg which are not back-lit.
Photoluminescent powder is added to the inks during offset printing to achieve glow-in-the-dark effects on a wide variety of consumer items. By using this technique we can apply the “light up the night” theme of Nuit Blanche to their marketing materials as well.
The neutrality of photoluminescence powder allows it to be applied and mixed with different print production methods. This unique application of printing can be used additional merchandise and marketing tools, such as pins, patches, and tote bags.
The Aviary in Edmonton requested an illustrated poster with a different approach for their show.
Symphony in the City is a program during Winnipeg Summer months where Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra offers pop up shows at various downtown Winnipeg venues. This branding project brings energy to the brand, allowing it to feel summery, modern, and appealing to all ages. The various graphic elements are applied to a variety of marketing materials for brand recognition.
1. Web Advertisement
2. Web Advertisement
3. Web Advertisement
4. Instagram and Social Media Post
5. Homepage Web Banner
The bus shelter ad targets viewers who are outside the main demographic of Symphony Goers. It is highly viewable to pedestrians, cyclists and public transit users. This approach widens the approachability of the brand and the campaign.
A beer can label illustrated for Red River College Graphic Design Program. The illustration concept is inspired by Scottish folklore and the town of Belhaven.
The image centres the unique hand lettering drawing the user in and the illustration peeks out from the sides of the can, which encourages the viewer to continue viewing the piece and to handle the product.
The image continues across the can, enticing the viewer to handle the object.