Friday, February 25, 2011
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
I was asked to be in a love inspired print show at Revelry gallery... I finally was able to throw something together... i notified the gallery only to find out that the opening was this past saturday. Bummer and... my fault. Well, they were generous enough to allow me to add it to the show since it will be up through the month. I have yet to print any... so i am on the fence whether or not it is worth the effort considering the opening is over.
If anyone is interested in purchasing one for $15 please contact me at Info@pedaledesign.com
they will be 13 x 15 inches.
Monday, January 24, 2011
I ran into my old friend Evan while drinking coffee at Sunergos. We use to print together at Monkey Drive; I have always have had respect for him and a secret desire to design a t-shirt for his band Young Widows. When we spoke at S-gos he filled me in on his life and later he sent me his new record which will be released sometime in the spring.
The record rules! I had to design a t-shirt.
Skulls are nothing new. But, Young Widows has always been able to execute the over done image in new creative cool ways... from such artists as Birder and Derek Snodgrass. For my approach i decided to look to both those artists for inspiration while clearly creating my own style.
In the end i feel like we have an original piece that ties into the Young Widows identity.
We are both pleased
Saturday, January 8, 2011
The LGDA just had their 21st annual Louisville's 100 best graphic design/illustration/photography awards ceremony.
There were 50-ish graphic design pieces that were accepted into the show out of hundreds-ish.
I recieved 2 (Sojourn vision booklet and the Speaks wedding invite) out of the 14 Golds and 1 Silver (Boyce admissions).
Super humbled and honored by the whole process. I never knew that Louisville had so many Baller designers.
Friday, January 7, 2011
Thursday, December 23, 2010
I was asked to design a t-shirt that expressed the need for Southern students to invest locally in the economy, culture, and all together well-being of the city of louisville. I didn't want to do a skyline or a fleur de lis... so i went a little more broad. The writers here came up with the tag "rooted progress" and from that i created this.