I got the chance to design a shirt for the 3rd annual Amigo’s Car Show. A quick google search will show several shirts featuring flames, metallic letters and multi-colored cars. Thats not exactly my style and I tried to get away from that.
The challenge what to design the shirt using only one color. So I went retro and tried to rise above all of the auto show design chaos.
Summer is a big time for Children’s Parties. I’ve been busy creating birthday Invitations for a number of them.
Invitations are probably one of my favorite things to design. I am always surprised at how much creative freedom I get when it comes to designing invitations. Almost anything goes. Below are just a taste of my most recent work.
The boy’s invitation is centered around the fact that he loves Goldfish Crackers. The girl’s invitation is as girly as you can get without going overboard. Both designs worked great and the customers loved them.
If you have a Birthday party or any party coming up I would love to design your invitation. Please check out my contact page to get in touch with me.
Since moving to Amarillo, I’ve been drawn to downtown, everything from the history to the revitalization. So when Downtown Amarillo Inc. needed a logo, I was honored to get to submit my concepts. Downtown Amarillo Inc. was formed in 2008 for the purpose of implementing the Downtown Strategic Action Plan. I was working at the Amarillo Globe-News at the time and our Publisher, Les Simpson was a board member. He gave the artists a challenge of coming up with a logo for the newly formed organization. I submitted the following two logos and they chose the latter. Now I see this logo all over downtown and I am proud that I am now a part of the downtown revitalization effort. Which one do you like?
Check out Downtown Amarillo Inc. here.
In case you haven’t noticed, it’s summer! Every year Data Flow helps put together the Parks & Recreation Guide and Summer in the City. Summer in the city is a kid’s guide to events and activities in the City of Amarillo. We went with a “Wish you were here” postcard theme for this year’s guide. Check out some illustrations I did for the guide.
If you see one, grab one! They are free and full of things that will keep you child busy the entire summer.