Here is a promotional poster I worked on in collaboration with Don Wilkinson for this year’s Toronto Zombie Walk in October. If you don’t know what a zombie walk is, I suggest visiting this site or this site to learn more about it. Don worked on the illustration for this piece and it’s a good thing he did because if he didn’t I would’ve had to resort to drawing zombie stick figures. I worked on the posters typography, textures and composition.
The enlarged type in red is meant to signify the date of the zombie apocalypse. So beware and be prepared…they’re coming! and if you can’t beat em’, join em!
April is National Kite Month, in case you didn’t know! I fell in love with the idea of making a poster for this event. For more information, please visit the National Kite Month website or the American Kite Flyers Association (AKA)
Won’t you please vote for me in the International Compost Awareness Week Poster contest? The link to vote can be found here. My entry is at the bottom of the page under Division III Entry #3.
Compost Awareness Week 2012 Poster
Voting closes on January 8th. Thanks for your support!
My entry for the US Composting Council’s contest promoting International Compost Awareness Week. For more information about compost and all its benefits, click here.
The York/Sheridan Grad Show was a blast! Thanks for everyone who came down to see my work. I still can’t believe my time as a YSDN student is up. Time for my post-YSDN life to begin!
Me in front of my booth, all set up!
Buttons and business card freebies
Opening night was “Friends and Family Night”
A crowd of people interacting with my booth – trying on beard cut-outs from The Beard Book
Nanonaut is my first, fully functional typeface I designed in the summer of last year. It is inspired by the geometric shapes found on chemistry stencils. The name is made up of the prefix “nano” meaning small and “naut” as in astronaut.
Nanonaut is available for download here. I would really appreciate a donation if you plan on using it. I would love to see how you make use of it as well.
Walkable Cities was the fifth annual poster competition held by the Toronto Society of Architects. The objective was to draw attention to the value of pedestrian oriented design in cities and illustrate how a culture of walking can enhance economic, social and ecological sustainability. My entry made it to the top 10 and was put on display at the Harbour Front Centre in Toronto.