Joyeux is a new Soul Food Restaurant and Bar located in Portland, Oregon that is owned by siblings Clyde and Marie Benoit. Born and bred in New Oreleans, Louisiana, Clyde and Marie are fourth generation cajuns, and carry the rich culture of New Orleans everywhere they go. Since Clyde and Marie were children, they always spent a great amount of time in their grandparents soul food restaurant in New Orleans where their grandparents instilled the history, and the pride and joy of New Orleans and the South into their lives.
Made In collaboration with A.J. Minnis
*DETAIL WORK TO COME*
A logo created for an adidas global brand ambassador program in action sports. This logo was made with influence from classic soccer team crests, for an elite feel that would translate well into a badge or patch. Along with this this logo I designed a small limited line of apparel for the ambassadors to wear.
*Photos to come
National Icecream sandwich day
Apparel, graphic design.
A series of illustrated fruits for pattern and color exploration.
Little Friends of Printmaking
A promotional poster made for the awesome artistic duo, The Little Friends of Printmaking, for a talk given to the Portland State University design Community.
A two color illustration about a world destroyed by gluttony and greed, Risograph printed.
A commissioned floral illustration.
A Life of Wine
A branding project using a series of wine bottles, I created a company called "Etages" meaning stages, or levels in French. Each bottle follows the life of a character that ages and matures in correlation to the age and maturity level of each wine. Each character portrays the persona of that bottle. The "Ragin Rosé" for the younger rowdier crowd, the "Mellot Merlot", for the calmer more settled middle ager, and the experienced wine drinking "Prisrine Pinot-Noir"
Collection of Editorial Spot illustrations for various publications.
Willamette Week Spot
Willamette Week spot illustration for weed delivery business.
Spot Illustration for PSU's Vanguard Paper, about Feminist literature holding true over the years.
The Work Projects administration was enforced in the 1930s to provide jobs to mostly unskilled men, The campaign was portrayed by posters used to encourage new forms of work. I re-imagined one here by taking a more modern day issue between coffee growers and sellers. This poster is to promote buying and trading fairly.
An event Calendar for Portland State University's College of the Arts.
An illustrated explanation of how not to spend your Independence day.
An ongoing self initiated project combining well known characters, with everyone's favorite adult beverage.
Distractogram is an info graphical piece created to guide the reader through my insane consumption of Instagram over the span of a week. Each illustration is an event from the day where I was the most distracted. The illustrations slide through the phone screen on the poster to imitate the scrolling mechanism of a phone.