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    Misc projects I've designed, including trade show tabletop display, label for bottle of "Professor Kelmar's Miracle Elixer", corporate in-house f… Read More
    Misc projects I've designed, including trade show tabletop display, label for bottle of "Professor Kelmar's Miracle Elixer", corporate in-house form, vehicle wrap for a circus school and a steampunk themed set design for a science education show. Read Less
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This coloring page for "BooBoo the Clown" was made from 2 different photos which I traced, combined and modified. I then added the borders, stars and text banner.
This is the first vehicle wrap I ever designed. Before starting, I checked out as many wraps as I could see and noticed most of them were way too "busy" and cluttered in their design. I approached this as though I was designing a billboard... simple and to the point.
 
I also designed with festivals in mind. This trailer would be positioned behind our spot at local festivals so I wanted it to also act as a backdrop. The QR code in the corner has proven quite useful, as people scan it a lot at these festivals to go to our website.
Every year from January thru March parents attend "camp fairs" to decide which summer camp to send their kids. This is a mock-up of the display board for the Circus Camp I've been working at since 1992.
I designed this in-house form for the employees taking orders in the copy room. I used the icons to reduce any confusion about the items. The main idea behind the form was to speed up the order taking process. It worked very well, and customers were even filling out the forms themselves.
A steampunk style set design for a mad scientist laboratory. Designed in Second Life for the Big Thinkers science shows at Stone Mountain Park. The show centers around experiments with dry ice, so the door on the tubuler wall opens and "smoke" pours out. The large compartment with the red curtain front is the puppet stage.
This is the label to a bottle, sold mainly as a gag item after an "Old-Timey Medicine Show" performed by a local magician. To get the old fashioned look, we transferred this to a large rubber stamp and used the best imprint on an old piece of paper as our master copy.