Sauce Society is a secret gathering of designers and people in the creative industry here in denver that gets us all together to hangout and chat. For each event there is a poster, these go out to those invited. This is my poster for the month of October. (Use some red & blue 3D glasses to see it properly.)
A few years back I did the previous Spillt website. This is the newest update to their whole new identity. Spillt is a progressive brand development, design and animation agency. They specialize in broadcast media and commercial entertainment. Comprised of directors, designers, producers & artists they are a creative solution for any visual experience. Some good dudes that do even better work – check them out.
After completing the iPhone App re-design for Roximity they approached me to pull the style into a completely new website for them. This is that website. The website is a destination for vendors and brands to sign up and start using Roximity.
Grammy award winning group Arrested Development approached me to design their newest albums packaging. Arrested Development has had me do quite a few things for them in the past but this time they gave me free range to design something nice and minimal for the latest release. The album sounds great – it has been a blessing to be apart of it.
Goodness Works is an agency which was founded by Blake Ebel. Goodness Works is a agency built on doing good and doing the right thing for their clients. The website is a fully responsive layout that works for mobile, tablet and desktop seamlessly. It has been a blast and can’t wait to see what the future hold for this Denver based agency.
The Dubstep Machine is a personal project that I designed and developed. The Dubstep Machine is a iPhone/iPad app that allows it’s users to create their own dubstep with the provided samples and loops. It utilizes a lot of effects and variations to keep the user engaged and gives the a lot for only $.99 cents. Pixels pushed in Photoshop and Objective-C codes written in XCODE.
The USA Pro Cycle national bike race held a poster contest for an upcoming bike race. I usually do not enter “design contests” but I decided to enter this one for fun. I took an old school letterpress approach and they seemed to like it. I was awarded the Boulder stage poster winner. I am humbled they have chosen my design – thanks guys!
LiveLead is a website where you can watch videos and look at photos with your friends in real time. The LiveLead guys are based out of New York and hit me up to do the redesign of their website. There where a lot of user experience hurdles to jump over with this one but in the end, I think it came out nice. The newly redesigned site should be live soon. Look for it and log in, it is a fun social website.
I recently watched a documentary about the origins of the ever so played out “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters that you see everywhere. I actually found the documentary to be pretty informative and awesome. Right around the same time of seeing the film I was moving into a new home which was in need of some artwork to fill the walls. I made this that night and printed it to canvas.
The Wobble Bass Suite is a personal concept of a series of iPhone Apps that I designed and developed myself. The idea revolved around making your own dubstep, Drum & Bass & Glitch Hop style sounds on your own device. I had the idea in my head for a while then just decided to design up some comps and then develop them. Once I had a decent working prototype in I polished it up and released it on iTunes. Wobble was the first app in the series but since it’s release and popularity, I put out three others with varies other genres of music. The code is written in all Objective C and deployed using XCODE.
If you know much about me, I am admittedly quite a coffee addict and I enjoy really nice espresso. I’ve known Aviano Coffee in for well over 6 years now. They’ve reached out to me over the years to help on a few things – here are some things they’ve needed recently. Shirts to sell and also a logo to brand their upcoming coffee class series that teaches people the art of coffee. You can check them out at: 3031 East 2nd Avenue Denver, CO 80206
Dweeb is a UK based indie rock group who’s record label has used me several times to develop album art packages with a select few of their bands. The band was going for some 80′s badness with some hints to newer sounds. This was a fun little project for them.
The 29th Chapter is a hip hop group in London that is currently making big waves in the scene. Louder was one of there latest releases that was a huge success. The packaging needed to meet the personality of the group as well as the music. Big, bright and bold.
Two beasts of the hip hop scene, Theory Hazit and Toni Shift! This album was such an honor to be apart of. I was personally featured on 4 of the songs in the album and did the packaging alongside my good friend Matt Benson. The printing is on a simple digipack layout on basic cardboard stock.
The Ford Fiesta came out with a bang when it was introduced – trying to rival with more youthful brands such as Scion they created a program where you could add a professionally designed decal to the car you’d purchased. These are a few of many of the designs I came up with for the brand new Ford Fiesta.
My close friends Ohmega Watts and Ragen Fykes have teamed up to create an amazingly talented duo of soul, funk & hip hop based tunes. This was some original artwork I created for them when they first got together to form a look to their identity.
I was commissioned to design the website for the iconic band AC/DC alongside my good friend Matt Benson at Technicolor Grayscale. I have grown up around AC/DC records my entire life from my dad. I think I have every single AC/DC album on vinyl – no doubt these pieces of wax was blasting during the design process.
KARVT is a comapny that I started back in 2008. We made 100% authentic wood skins for Apple products. With articles in Gizmodo, Engadget and many other publications this new idea of real wood items attached to such sleek Apple devices took off. Within 2 years of starting the business I decided to leave the company and sell my shares of the company. I left KARVT in 2010 but not without learning quite a bit about the tech business. (I do not currently endorse or have any part of KARVT anymore thus I am not in creative control of the company anymore or responsible for anything they’ve put out since I sold the business)
Sub Frequency Social Club was a small little t-shirt company my friend Matt Benson and I started in 2010. The company was aimed at the bass culture community offering limited runs of bass driven t-shirt designs. We wanted to make shirts that we would enjoy rocking. Matt and I did all the designs and screen-printed them at his house.