UX design for screens
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Who knew Samwise had such illustrious ancestors? Apparently he did… Sitting under the watchful gaze of a museum security guard, Sam admires a painting of (supposedly) one of his ancestors in a prominent art museum. Look at that frame! (wonder what this ancestor did..? looks like a pirate symbol on his chapeau to me 🙂 […]
Sam the fur child, heavily Photoshopped 🙂 Enjoy!
Maybe we’re biased, but we’ve observed that images, especially infographics that relate to your company’s business, is a great way to explain “what it all means” to your audience.
Much of my work is for businesses, and therefore ‘clean and corporate’ — but that just wouldn’t have fit the bill for this punk-influenced band local to Southern California.
Paint on canvas. Enjoy!
My favorite canine hits the road, and more…apparently. This illustration was done in Illustrator, with the canine photo masked in Photoshop and then dropped into the composition. Typeface for whimsical title was FontDiner’s Loungy. They’re a type foundry that specializes in retro fonts. (Loungy is listed under Free Silverware)
Every picture tells a story; I just don’t know what the story behind this one happens to be.
3×3 Magazine competition entry
How can creative pros avoid messy business breakups?