CLIENT: Faye Harris for “What It takes” Fashion Magazine.
OBJECTIVE: Make a series of portraits of the fashion designers that “What It Takes” is featuring. I wanted to illustrate the designer’s attitudes while keeping true to my signature style.
PROCESS: Free Hand pencil and marker sketches.
INSPIRATION: Jean Jullien (a recent artist crush of mine) portraits for Paquita Paquin’s Fashion Week Article.
CLIENT: Tyler Wood for “Tyler Wood Gallery”
OBJECTIVE: The gallery participates in different art fairs in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago. I was asked to prepare the submissions for the booth arrangements with works of Carol Jackson and other artists.
PROCESS: Perspective & Scale.
PRODUCTION: Virtual Booth.
CLIENT: Shannon Madrid for “Crescent Cove” / CCDC Chinatown Community Development Center San Francisco.
OBJECTIVE: Create a logo that represents the essence of this outstanding affordable housing unit designed by David Baker Architects.
INSPIRATION: Crescent Cove got its name for a curvature in the back entrance that makes the units form a semicircle. I wanted to design something that conveyed a message of multiple homes and honor the composition of the shape they make.
CLIENT: Giuseppe Vivacqua, Owner of Spiazzo Ristorante.
OBJECTIVE: Keep the same feeling of the original logo I had designed for him a a couple of years ago, but make it a more timeless version.
…I formatted all the business cards and menu with this new logo. However, For the dessert menu I decided to make an art deco inspired illustration of the most famous spumoni Ice cream cake for a twist.