Various isometric illustrations I’ve done for different projects at Clearlink. All done in Adobe Illustrator. These illustrations live on infographics, blog posts, white papers, reports and guides.
An infographic I illustrated and created for the Clearlink brand team. The infographic lives here.
Eve's is a natural bath product company with bath bombs, hand soap, shampoo and conditioner. All products are organic and natural, where the customer will know exactly what is in the product they are using. The brand identity is centered around a floral pattern, originally made through the lithography process as seen in the posters. The pattern is screen printed onto the tissue paper used in the bath bomb box, as well as used on all other packaging. The brand design is minimal, simple, natural and designed with integrity kept in mind.
A website designed around several notorious killers including H. H. Holmes, Jeffrey Dahmer and Richard Speck. The design is focused on black, white and a bright red color. The landing page is a simple intro page when a user first gets to the website. After they click "begin" the landing page is not meant to be accessed. The user can then access the left slide out menu from the hamburger menu at the top of every page. Every page is slightly different with buttons that outline in red over hover and expand with more content when clicked.
Logo and menu redesign for a local Mexican restaurant, Brody's. Hand-made menu board with screen printed logo.
Logo, website, brochure and business card design for Hwange Elephant Management Trust. Hwange Elephant Management Trust is a new trust put together by Arlene Braithwaite. The mission of the Trust is to find a way to manage the elephant population in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Currently, the park is overpopulated by 30,000 elephants. When designing the final logo, I decided to go with a leaf because one of the main issues with the overpopulated elephants is the lack of foliage.
This is a 36 page zine on 100 years of women’s fashion broken up into each decade between 1900-2000. The design is modern and clean with all black and white images to make all the pages consistent. The color and prints which is such a huge component of fashion, is represented by physical fabric swatches that best fit that decade.
Web design for a made up clothing brand called Trousseau that has modern, high end clothing.
A small chapbook about the 12 constellations and their respective zodiac signs. The cover is made with a linen Neenah paper and gold foil while the inside is a thinner mohawk paper with clear transparencies overlaying my personal illustrations.
Hand made tiny books with photos from various locations. I curated all the photos for the interior pages and hand made the covers and binding. The idea was to create an overall feeling and aesthetic for each book and place, matching that with the cover.
A letter to the President in an Annual Report form. All graphs, illustrations and design are done by myself.
The Kolob Canyon Review is an art and literary journal for Southern Utah University students, faculty, and alumni to submit and show work. I designed a cover that can be consistent throughout the years to unify and make recognizable between the different volumes. The photo can be changed year after year which features one of the pieces in the journal. There are no categories to distinguish between the different subjects so I have made note of the subject next to the page number.
Credits: Illustration/sketches are by Aitor Prieto at https://www.behance.net/gallery/43251437/The-legend-of-Sleepy-Hollow and is under the Attribution, Non-commercial, No Derivatives Copyright.
Recruitment pieces for the Southern Utah University International Affairs Office. Pieces include Undergrad and Graduate tri-folds which are used by the recruitment office while abroad. I converted the Undergraduate tri-fold to French and Chinese to be used in those countries, while keeping the integrity of the design. Other recruitment and promotional items include t-shirts given to international students and the international ambassadors on campus, pens, a moleskine journal, folder and USB drive.
Photography: Melissa Kruger
Book of Postcards worked on as a collaboration on the letterpress with polymer plates. Cover done by Jeff Hanson. Call For Entry poster done on the letterpress with a lino cut block for the logo and wood and metal type.
Logo process and design for NIC, an eGovernment service based in Salt Lake City, UT. These logos were designed while working at Modern8 under direction of Randall Smith.