A selection of small-scale and personal projects
In 2017, I was selected as one of the five finalists in the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s t-shirt design contest for the Peachtree Road Race. My entry was inspired by the simplified aesthetic of vintage athletic apparel.
This was a personal branding exercise where I created an identity for a fictional comic book shop. The space motif is intended to encourage exploration and discovery, making it more accessible to non-comic readers.
This was a self-initiated project to create a symbol to promote the idea of artists being seen as a professional division of the workforce. I had a series of embroidered patches produced that I distributed to various creative professionals.