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Pinkolandia

Pinkolandia Poster/Postcard

Pinkos? Cold war? Ice­bergs? Get it? Eh, whad­da you know… Poster (17×11); Austin Chron­i­cle ad (2.375×2.55); Lob­by posters (36×24) Polar Bear (Ursus Mar­itimus) Engrav­ing, Artist unknown, cir­ca 1800.

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Jomama Jones: Radiate

Radiate poster

Descrip­tion com­ing soon. But for now please enjoy this place­hold­er text: Duis mol­lis, est non com­mo­do luc­tus, nisi erat port­ti­tor ligu­la, eget lacinia odio sem nec elit. Nul­la vitae elit libero, a phare­tra augue. Eti­am por­ta sem male­sua­da magna mol­lis euis­mod. Aenean eu leo quam. Pel­len­tesque ornare sem lacinia quam vene­natis vestibu­lum. Orig­i­nal pho­to­graph (before […]

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Dream Cabinet

Dream Cabinet

A poster for a creepy per­­for­­mance-slash-art exhib­it sched­uled around Hal­loween set and per­formed in an old Vic­to­ri­an house. I was pro­vid­ed with some love­ly pho­tographs by Eri­ca Nix. Most were black and white and many of them were dou­ble-expo­­sures which made the fig­ures real­ly ghost-like. I con­vert­ed my favorite pho­to­graph into a yellow/orange/purple tri­tone to make […]

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Civilization (All You Can Eat)

Civilization, poster

How about I just quote from the play descrip­tion: Set against the 2008 Oba­ma cam­paign, this dark com­e­dy explores the lives of sev­en city dwellers look­ing for more. A frus­trat­ed film­mak­er, a sui­ci­dal com­ic, a career wait­ress, an ama­teur porn star, a failed aca­d­e­m­ic, a fame-hun­­gry actress, and a fer­al fac­to­ry hog all pass under […]

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Guest By Courtesy

Guest By Courtesy, poster

This was a blast to design with these awe­some pho­tos by Eri­ca Nix. It was so much fun I insist­ed on dif­fer­ent lay­outs for post­card and poster to high­light dif­fer­ent pho­tos. Plus I got to chan­nel Pablo Fer­ro while draw­ing the title.

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Heddatron

Heddatron, poster

This is def­i­nite­ly one of my more pecu­liar con­struc­tions. It’s not a col­or palette that I would have ini­ti­at­ed but with enough finess­ing I grew to love it like one of my own. Orig­i­nal wall­pa­per design with gold gun/robot motif and vin­tage enam­el pic­ture frame. ROBOTS! Poster (11×17):

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A Brief Narrative of an Extraordinary Birth of Rabbits

Rabbits, posterRabbits, poster

This lengthy-named pro­duc­tion of a mod­ern play was inspired by an actu­al event from 17th cen­tu­ry Eng­land. There was live-action act­ing, pup­petry, and video pro­jec­tions. I com­bined an 19th cen­tu­ry engrav­ing of a rab­bit with close crops of pho­tographs of Eng­lish Vic­to­ri­an paper dio­ra­mas that I shot on a vaca­tion at a Lon­don toy muse­um […]

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Iphigenia

Iphigenia, posterIphigenia, poster

This play incor­po­rat­ed a lot of video pro­jec­tions and rave/­­club-style light­ing which I want­ed to express in the visu­als. The type and SVT logo was com­posed in Illus­tra­tor and export­ed as indi­vid­ual images. There are over­lap­ping col­or swirls (long expo­sure pho­tos of xmas lights) that were also export­ed as images. These were assem­bled on a DVD slideshow […]

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Unbeaten

Unbeaten, posterUnbeaten, poster

This per­for­mance was a series of improv mono­logues inspired by pro­fes­sion­al foot­ball. Now, I don’t know much about foot­ball but one thing I do know is that I like the look of my own hand­writ­ing. My oth­er favorite ele­ment on this project was cre­at­ing the lit­tle logo in the bot­­tom-right cor­ner for the fic­tion­al Pro­fes­sion­al Foot­ball […]

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Voices Underwater

Voices Underwater, posterVoices Underwater, poster

I felt like I was real­ly on a roll from Hamil­ton Town­ship to Mud, to this one and right up through to the (ahem) reject­ed Unbeat­en deis­gn. They have rich tex­ture, orig­i­nal pho­tog­ra­phy (except for the couch–that’s stock), expres­sive typog­ra­phy (or hand let­ter­ing) and accu­rate­ly rep­re­sent SVT. I am real­ly proud of this series of […]

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