Key art, logo and poster designs for Broadway's "Holler If Ya Hear Me," a raw new musical inspired by the lyrics of Tupac Shakur.
Visuals used extensively for integrated marketing campaign including: billboard at the Palace Theater in Times Square, a series of lyrical posters showcased in subway tunnels throughout the city, merchandising, interactive, and print collateral.
ACCO/Mead licensed three of my images for their 2014 Back-To-School collection "painterly expressions." All notebooks on sale now at Target Stores all throughout the US!
"Ballet Tech is a continuum of dance and academic training that gives New York City children with nascent talent the opportunity to grow into world-class professional ballet dancers."
I designed the company’s new brand identity including two versions of the logo and print collateral. I also created a unique Philip E. Aarons award using painted wood panels and state-of-the-art printing techniques.
“Created in 1994, Kids Dance is Ballet Tech's student performance troupe. Kids Dance provides students with the opportunity to learn choreography and develop performance skills and activities that are essential to the development of a professional dancer.”
I designed the the Kids Dance logo and print collateral for this years performance at The Joyce Theater using some of the student's collages including posters, invitations, T's, and tote bags.
The trash all over my neighborhood used to really piss me off until my Trashabet was born. MORE TRASH PLEASE. These collections are the culmination of hours and hours of searching for the wonderful, smelly, sticky alphabetical treasures hidden in the cracks of the sidewalks of Brooklyn...a daily typographic treasure hunt!
My Trashabets are featured in an upcoming book The Typographic Universe: Letterforms Found in Nature, the Built World and Human Imagination by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson.
By far, one of my favorite things is my beautiful, black and smelly 1945 Remington DeLuxe typewriter. I use my typewriter all the time- it’s a workout and I always injure my fingers. But the letters always come out differently depending on how much oomph you give the keys and it’s also ideal for writing love letters.
My typewriter skyline is featured in American Illustration 30.
Two pieces are exhibited in a new book called Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology by Barrie Tullett.
Words, alphabets, logos, poetry, letterforms, splats, smudges, drips, ink, snapshots, surprises. I use everything I can find to create type.
Clients include: Adobe, AKA NYC, Child Troopers, Converse, The Newport Beach Film Festival, NYSportsMed, Northeastern Alumni Magazine, Time Out New York, The Utne Reader
Snowboards, cell phones, book covers, phone cases, apparel... my images are commissioned for different types of products and packaging.
Clients include: Sims Snowboards, M3 Snowboards, INQ Mobile, FILA, Finlandia, The 1000 Journals Project / Chronicle Books
I call my collaged snapshot collections “Still Motion” and use them for editorial, retail, outdoor and fine art projects including large-scale light boxes, wallpapers and giant booth graphics.
The final collages are the product of many hours of walking around shooting a particular theme like arrows or letters often over the course of several months or even years.
Clients include: Time's FTI Journal, Print Structures, INQ Mobile, The GSMA Mobile World Conference in Barcelona
“The Greatest City on Earth” is my ongoing series of NYC skylines. Over the past 15 years, I have created countless collages, paintings and typographic constructions and used the imagery in product design, licensing, merchandising, interiors and fine art editions.
MoMA Design Store’s Destination: NYC
I created a postcard book featuring skylines from this series. It was chosen for MoMA Design Store’s Destination: NYC Collection 2013 – products all made in the USA by New York City designers.
Re:Construction is a public art program produced by the Downtown Alliance to create colorful landmarks and brightened streetscapes. Excerpts from this series were displayed on a construction site in downtown NYC on Fulton and Nassau in 2012. Featured on Communication Arts Exhibit.