Friday, December 12, 2008

Hella Posters : The Real Deal




The first two are hypothetical shows playing in Austin for next year, and the last is just a band poster. I'd like to thank sketching and the wacom tablet for making it all possible.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Hella : Stop Motion Video

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I don't want to think about how many hours I've spent drawing, scanning, and photoshopping only to have Josh show me how to get it together in AfterEffects in a matters of minutes. With that said, this is my stop motion animation for Music Branding featuring Hella's song "The D. Elkan".

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Paper City : Ofrenda

Here, I present my paper city – otherwise known as an altar in my case. I tried to go with a concept that was already rooted in my interests, and this just happened to work out nicely. Over the past few years, Dia de los Muertos has gotten quite the attention from all around. I'm used to the holiday since it's tradition in the Southwest, but I feel like people don't know enough about it. My intention for this is to be used as a cultural education tool for children and adults alike.






My favorite part of the package is the instruction booklet aka Guia para los Recien Fallecidos.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Side Project : The Black Keys

T-shirt design # 2


I need to learn how to hold things straight, eh? Best of the shots though.

ps- Photos by Shanestache

Monday, November 3, 2008

Best of Ringling : Food Package


Last Spring I was one of four sophomores to be admitted into the Best of Ringling show. After this semester's Hard drive Crash '08, this is all that's left of said entry— well, besides the physical pineapples chillin' on the armoire in the living room. Not the point at all.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Hella Posters : 1st Sighting



My posters are up in the display case.

I apologize for being too short to take a decent photo of them.

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For the record, all fonts created by me.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Side Project : Cool Calm Pete

Hello, hello.

This marks the first side project of the semester. My music branding teacher proposed an extra credit idea the first day of class about wearing band t-shirts everyday of class for the entire semester. We have yet to know what the "prize" is, but the rules are as follows:

1) You may wear a shirt no more than twice.
2) If you'd like to wear it more than twice, then it has to be the same shirt for the rest of the semester (no washing).
3) You are free to make your own shirts.

Here is the first of 4 shirt ideas put into action.



His CD is on repeat in my car and I have yet to get tired of it.