St. Frankenstein is a wonderfully gorey screenplay by Daniel Benton, for whom I had the pleasure of designing this book cover. The story takes place in modern day Germany among gothic architecture and dark forest landscapes. The highly descriptive death scenes and experimental religious resurrections greatly impacted the imagery of the book cover. In a … Continue reading St. Frankenstein Book Cover Design
The White Rabbit Above is my painting The White Rabbit, acrylic on canvas, measuring 6 x 8 inches. I painted this for my new baby niece who's on her way (due in November!) for her bunny-themed bedroom, also with a slight Alice in Wonderland touch. In the photo below, you can see the metallic silver background a … Continue reading The White Rabbit, Acrylic on Canvas
"Midnight Dream" by Dina June Toomey is a graphite pencil drawing of a young woman asleep and dreaming in the nighttime. Her mind and body have become one with the celestial sky. A crescent moon and sprinkle of stars glow above her. Art prints available at society6.com/zjunebug.
Rainbow Heart Sunglasses Cat My "Rainbow Heart Sunglasses Cat" is available on t-shirts, art prints, phone cases, and more! Click here to shop.
Sustainable Energy Newsletter Printed on newsprint by Newspaper Club Typeface family: Franklin Gothic This is a publication design project involving multiple type structures and integrating imagery created around a concept. The subject chosen for the publication was Sustainable Energy. The concept I derived for the piece is power up. The symbol-based imagery not only reflects the energy … Continue reading Newsletter Design
Poster for WBRU Summer Concert 24 x 36 inches Printed on cotton poplin Helvetica Neue In this project from a Poster Studio class, we were to create a poster for a current event in Providence. Through the process of brainstorming, mindmapping and sketching, I arrived at the concept of vibrate for this project which reflects the aspect … Continue reading Poster for WBRU Concert
Packaging Series for Bobby Pins This was a project aimed at exploring Gestalt principles and applying them to a series of packaging. I began my process by arranging groups of bobby pins together and exploring similarity, proximity, continuation, and closure created by the interacting forms. After many renditions and sketches, I arrived at this design which … Continue reading Packaging Design for Bobby Pins