I was approached by Malacoda to design a female band tee. To be a companion piece to the male tee design which features a skeleton, I wanted to incorporate the skeleton element while also tying in a feminine element. Being a dark melodic metal band based in horror concepts and imagery, something sinister was a must. When I came across vintage-styled anatomy illustrations, my inspiration struck. Combining a dainty skeleton with the bottom half of an octopus with spider leg shoulder decor, this creature came out perfectly!
Designed for the 360° Theatre class at The Duluth Playhouse, this hoodie was fun to design. This class of advanced teen performers produced a Tim Burton themed cabaret this particular semester and wanted to incorporate a Burton-style name badge onto their hooded sweatshirts. I came up with several Burton inspired designs, with the teens ultimately choosing the stitched heart name badge shown.
In conjunction with this hoodie design, the Playhouse Education Director also approached me to design the logo for this course. She articulated that she wanted a design that was edgy, fun, and energetic. Using a gritty combination of typefaces to convey the edgier aspects of her request, I also swapped out the degree symbol for a star to add a playful aspect to the design.
Because this production was part of an educational summer program, the teens involved were in charge of working with myself to design their t-shirts. Wanting to really focus on the show's logo, we opted to have that front and center on a black t-shirt to really make the colors stand out.
Because this production was part of an educational summer program, the teens involved were in charge of working with myself to design their t-shirts. The kids really loved the custom logo I designed for the show, so we focused on that front and center on a white t-shirt.
For the production's logo, I wanted the design to reflect the play's themes of change and water while still having a young and hip style that suited our teenage acting company. I was able to bring in the play's themes through the aquatic color scheme and hidden copy, while creating a young feel in the choice of typeface.
As part of a proposal for an anonymous clothing company, I came up with this collection of miscellaneous designs. The clothing company in question decided to put operations on hold, but our working relationship remains in tact. These designs may never see the light of day, so to speak, but at least I can showcase them here!
The director of The Little Mermaid, Jr. requested a t-shirt for the kids involved in the production that the kids would be excited to wear and promote the show with. I made sure to include Ariel's iconic mermaid tail, as well as the nautical title and production dates.
Having phased out screen printing as an offered service, Attract had a plethora of unused, blank apparel lying around. In attempts to use up some of this unused inventory, I was tasked with creating a design we could have printed on these items for staff members. I was able to have some fun tweaking pre-made templates into something reflective of their fun company culture.