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A collection of smaller case studies
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean.
Here are a handful of one-off projects (personal and professional) that don't quite need a full case study. Kind of like the island of misfit toys, but with more fun and less singing.
Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

Small Batch Liquors Logo Refresh
SBL is a craft bottle shop located on Tennyson Street in Denver. In going through a recent remodel, they reached out to refresh their logo/sign. They wanted something that was expressive and had character, highlighted the fact they've been a Highlands staple for nearly a decade and clearly communicated they sell liquor (and not weed).

My Role:
Concepting, Design, Production

AEG - Out of Body Experience
As the world began to open up again, AEG tasked me with creating a poster to help announce the return of live music. I don't know about you, but returning to venues felt pretty surreal.

My Role:
Illustration

Don't mess with the Classics
Classic appeal is American Rice Lager, brewed by Our Mutual Friend in collaboration with with Baere Brewing Co.

My Role:
Concepting, Design, Production

Creative Direction:
Joshua Wills

Studio:
Consume & Create

Beware of the Luminous Cave!
Luminous Cave, an imperial stout aged in Outer Banks rum barrels, brewed by Our Mutual Friend in collaboration with with Trophy Brewing Co.

My Role:
Concepting, Design, Production

Creative Direction:
Joshua Wills

Studio:
Consume & Create

Blind Sans:
Blind Sans is a geometric sans serif inspired by the past and designed with legibility in mind. This typeface has been an ongoing personal project and I hope to have numbers, lowercase and additional weights someday.
You can try it free, here:

Homemade Marathon:
Recently I was supposed to run my first marathon in San Fransisco. With it being postponed, my bud Alicia and I created our own to run here in Denver.
The first annual Homemade Marathon was a success.

Coming soon: the Snow-made Winter Half Marathon.

Slow Foods Nation:
Slow Food Nations is an international food festival hosted in Denver, Colorado that connects eaters, producers, chefs, farmers, families, speakers, writers and more. Our client, Edible Beats, was a vendor in 2018 and wanted to go all out to create a memorable booth that would be just as wild as their food. Featured here: a menu board made out of 85 tape cassette cases.

My Role:
Design proposal & production

Creative Direction:
Joshua Wills

Studio:
Consume & Create

Extra Sets of Hands To Build the Damn Thing (and Endless Gratitude To):
Joshua Wills, Dan Quay

In Hot Glue:
We Trust

What We Don't Say:
What We Don't Say started as a personal project focused on typographic experimentation. I found myself repurposing lyrics I had written years ago when I was in a band, but wanted to push the execution to have more of a reveal (ultimately acting the same way as a lyric). After reading one too many Sagmeister books, I decided to compile six months of work into a book that utilized decoder glasses to draw a line between what we do say and what we should say.

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