Welcome to Ignis Fattus, the magazine based on the concept of escapism with the personality of Tina Fey. It's quirky, edgy and slightly off beat but never a boring read.
Photographer: Andie Calloway
Getting checked for prostate cancer is uncomfortable. We wanted to make light of this awkward situation through humor and fun.
Spread 'Em is a Capital Campaign seeking to raise money to create a fleet of buses that will host free prostate cancer exams at various unexpected places.
We have partnered with Malecare, a non-profit organization helping people affected by male cancers, to reach potential donors with a case statement, golf tournament and donation microsite.
Copywriter: Spike McClinton
Introducing Bon Appétit, the new board game from Food Network, where you do more than play, you cook a meal to enjoy when you're done.
Can you answer enough trivia questions and win enough food challenges to make it around the board and complete your dish first?
Copywriter: Stefanie Powers Photographer: Brittany Smith
Battle Royale is novel by Japanese writer, Koushun Takami, where kids are forced to fight each other to death until only one remains. These book covers are designed to express three different concepts using three different approaches: illustration, photography, and typography.
All rebels need to keep a cool head. So we combined punk and popsicle to create Inked, the world's first punksicle.
Every flavor has a tattoo frozen in, so you can finish your pop with a stamp of disorder on your tongue.
Copywriter: Ryan Besch
All children are afraid of something - monsters under their bed, the dark, or even bath time. We are introducing Monstrols, a new line of monster characters that help kids face and control their fears.
Children can go online to create their own personalized Monstrol, name it, then have it mailed to them with a personalized card from their unique Monstrol.
After making the Monstrol, they will be prompted to an iPad game to play until their character arrives.
Copywriter: Kat Kaidan
Grey Gardens is a documentary film that depicts the everyday lives of two isolated socialites, a mother and daughter both named Edith Beale, who lost everything.
The two vibrant, vivacious and eccentric women live in a filthy, decaying mansion in East Hampton, New York full of cats, fleas, trash and no running water. While their lives may be deteriorating, you cannot help but love these two women who are anything but boring.
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With digital clocks being so common now, many children never learn how to read a traditional clock. Tick Tock Time is an interactive children's book designed to teach kids how to tell time. While following the daily adventures of Marvin the Monkey, children learn the basics of reading a clock.
1980s rock icon, Pat Benatar, may have been a petite, 5-foot-tall woman, but to many she was known as, the 5-foot giant, due to her loud voice, opinion and somewhat rebellious personality.
Her large and opinionated New York attitude definitely contrasted with her tiny appearance, but her outspoken lyrics changed the way women looked at themselves in relationships from then on.
Zowl, a 5-foot-tall lamp, was created for Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban after they went zorbing into life-sized bowling pins on their vacation in Lake Tahoe, California.
Keith and Nicole are always looking for more activities to do with their children, so the two lamp shades can be detached and reused as a balls for their kids to play with.
Wanderlust Yoga & Music Festival-Yoga Block/Rainstick & Stool
Wanderlust Festival is a 4-day celebration that brings together passionate yogis from all parts of the world to celebrate their love for yoga, live music and nature. With the concept of embracing the earth, a yoga block/rainstick will be sent out as an invitation to guests.
Last Drop is an original bottle design concept that leaves no substance left inside the container.
By using the materials used in baby bottle liners, any substance - lotion, soaps, ect., will be completely squeezed out of the liner, leaving nothing to waste.
Here is a collection of three motion graphics projects I have completed including kinetic typography, an opening movie title sequence and a countdown.
This section is dedicated to experimental typography and the fun I had with hand-drawn type, cutting, spattering and manipulation.