These are some amenity lines that I created while working at Hotel Emporium Inc.
I currently work as a Graphic Designer at The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf Home Office in Los Angeles. My job is to create and produce materials for the brand across all channels, including in-store signage and POP, advertising, events, packaging, web/online/social media and other projects for the US and international markets.
This retro style app design was inspired by the classic, recognizable shape of a guitar pick.
"36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give their particular view on the signs from our alphabet.
36 days of restless creativity, in which participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, resulting in an overall view of the ability to represent the same sign from many different perspectives.
A project that aims to create a space for creation around typography and its endless graphic possibilities."
| explanation from 36daysoftype.com |
Page layouts for a snowboarding catalog.
A simple logo designed for Orange County Golf Course that combines recognizable icons such as an orange, a putting flag and the circular "o" used in the typography.
A poster designed to bring awareness to wildfires caused by the use of matches. The bright orange leaf is a visual play on the flames produced by a match. While the colors and visuals draw viewers in, the short message will hold their attention and hopefully make them think twice before lighting a match in the forest.
Northern Adventures is a project that I worked on to further develop my skills in branding and logo design. This very simple logo uses the “o” to play with the idea of the degree symbol used when mapping coordinates.