Category Archives: Graphic Design
Here are the first 3 decks graphics I designed for Embassy Skateboards.
Here’s an ad for a shirt line I did way back when.
I got my Nokia N76 design featured on the NSeries website to help promote a contest they were running.
I was messing around in Photoshop using elements from other PSD files I made and I came up with this ad for the Aliens Pulse Rifle.
I did the layout and Jonathan Mahieddine did the car concept/illustrations.
I made the text have a definite hierarchy and made the illustrators name/logo stand out on the bottom. The colored tab/line at the top would be for the titles. The right side would be for the name and company logo.
The colored dash on the right side just brings your eye down into the bottom where the illustrators name is. I kept the right side of the image white so that the viewers eye can flow down the white space and added a marker swoosh behind the sketches to tie them all together.
By keeping all the graphics simple and clean, I gave the page a more regal look.
I had some free time so I decided to redesign the James Bond ID card. The bottom right image shows how it would look in the ID scanner. There’s a bio chip that you need to have your finger on.
I saw the original jacket at Comicon last year and took some picks. I loved the logo so I decided to make a J6Studios version. I changes the skull up but kept the rest pretty close to the original.
This piece is from a series of images that are self initiated.
I started to make a collage of places I remember from my youth and my traveling.
This one is called “N”. It’s about New York. We used to go there when I was really young. The layout was inspired by the subway maps. I used 1 image from the “M” piece because these 2 pieces are related since they both deal with my time in the Northeastern U.S.
I wanted to add my recollections and the myth that my mind created about the place, then juxtapose that with modern images from recent trips and experiences I had.
Article, photos and layout for Sneaker Freaker Magazine.