Adventures in brush pens, introspective peachy tones, and a certain Norwegian pop singer who I happen to be powerless to.
Gingerbread Advent 2
For the second year in a row, I designed a set of figures and executed them in cookie. This edition was, “all white for a more sophisticated look,” and definitely not, “it was 1 in the morning and I was over 13 hours deep in RoboFont, X-actos and cookie dough when I realized I didn’t have food coloring, and it was all or nothing at that point.”
A quick concept for a logotype I was asked to do as part of a reimagining of the voting process in Rhode Island, by Ben Shaykin's Votelab class. Just when you think you're done with school, they find a way to suck you back in! Just kidding guys, this was fun.
My good friend Alicia and I decided to collaborate on something relevant to almost everybody's interests. I designed and she letterpressed these, and she also designedherown. We sold them while supplies lasted, but you can buy other awesome things she makes here! That would be really good of you to do.
Are you sensing yet that one of my themes is wrangling baked goods into type-like shapes? I've totally got more.
Commission for my grandmother while I was captive for the holidays.
Motivation is king. A t-shirt design for Sick Supply Co, by the ever-innovative Robert Rusch.
I wanted to knit mittens with letters on them, so I worked it into a project in a way that almost made sense. But look! So cute!
A few moments from a typeface in progress, working title Sylvia. Available in the near future for all your lyrically poignant sentiments.
Title lettering that would probably look good on the cover of Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson.
Type That We Like
A logotype for a new endeavor from the folks that bring you Type That I Like.
A cutesy lil logotype for a Providence-based, brief-lived podcast endeavor.