“The more you look at the same exact thing, the more the meaning goes away, and the better and emptier you feel.” - Andy Warhol couldn’t have said it any better than Rick. Created in Adobe Illustrator.
A personal study of weapons from some of my favorite movies, TV shows, and video games. Created in Adobe Illustrator.
A playful crossover of two of my obsessions. Created in Adobe Illustrator.
What happens when you bridge trust and connection? Designed a logo and a pitch deck for a client startup. Words were edited under client’s discretion. Created in Adobe Illustrator. Image found on Unsplash.com.
A couple email newsletters, web banners, social icons, and B2B material I designed for Hedley & Bennett. Created and edited in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
A collection of logos I created for educational programs instituted by the Cal Poly Pomona iLab. Created in Adobe Illustrator.
The iLab is a student center on campus that integrates entrepreneurship and innovation with its offering various resources and programs. For more information, visit online.
I worked with a startup team to develop a mobile application that bridges the connection between mechanic and customer, allowing a mechanic to be sent to the user’s desired location, order and purchase the service via the app, and have their vehicle repaired. My startup team presented this platform at POSiBLE LA—and won. Created in Adobe Illustrator and rendered in Adobe XD.
A brand identity for a client who designs a fashion line. Complete with logos, business cards, and an identity manual. Created in Adobe Illustrator and rendered in Adobe Photoshop.
I created an illustration that depicted one issue associated with the California drought: Drought Shaming. It was a phenomenon of people snitching on each other for wasting water, usually calling their water utility hotline to report neighbors who allegedly wasted water through their yard fountains, pools, and lawns. Created in Adobe Illustrator.