Bruce Mau series of essays. Each essay is designed as a notebook. The various patterns created for the covers and dust jackets are made with letters from each essay title.
MASSIVE CHANGE NETWORK
Brand mark and materials for Bruce Mau & Massive Change Network. Featuring Bruce's thought leadership messages as part of the brand.
MCN & SEGAL DESIGN INSTITUTE
Workshop support and marketing materials for Massive Change Network and Segal Design Institute's collaborative workshop at Northwestern University.
Design and production of support materials for client workshops to transform the customer experience.
EPIC CHALLENGERS INSTITUTE
EPIC DECADE: A living set of materials that tell the Epic Challengers Institute story and processes. The package functions as both a living journal and call to action.
Art direction, design and product development for international children’s education and publishing company. Projects include online marketing promotions, videos, animations, books and toys. Illustrations: "This Little Train": Flora Chang, "What's the Weather Like Today?": Sergio De Giorgi, Development Posters: Hannah Messick
Personal logo for illustration work.
Logo and branding for Freight creative collective. Business cards, poster and seed bomb packet promotion.
Street Banner design for North Halsted Street, Chicago. The illustration is of the ornate street pylons that represent diversity and gay pride.
Branding that reflects the personality and team culture of the company.
Identity design for Shoebox Bookkeeping, who provides accounting services for creatives.
Capabilities brochure for East Balt, a company that provides bakery products to global brands.
Image Wisely branding for General Electric's promotional campaign to minimize radiology exposure.
Pupule offers unique vintage clothing and accessories. Identity and hangtags were developed to reflect the Hawaiian heritage of the owner and whimsical spirit of the company.
Branding and website created for vintage jewelry designer, Stacy Philipp.
Poster and book for artist Barbara Breyer. The pages feature the hundreds of tiny shoes she creates from her monoprints, and her family history in shoemaking that inspired them.