Category Archives: poster

Family Collage

In an exercise in getting to know someone and sharing information about myself, we created collages that represented family. The one above is the one that I did. I’ve been a little distant with my family, thus, the still waters, … Continue reading

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First Laser Burnt Poster

My first laser burnt poster. Not exactly my style but I love the concept behind it. 32″ w x 40″ $15. Matting board. What is laserburnt? I am a member at a Maker space in Seattle (Makerhaus) and have access … Continue reading

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Complete Object Poster Series

I have been posting these things daily at 2pm for over a month. I had over 72 posts lined up, but at this point, it doesn’t seem necessary. It was an excellent experiment in scheduled posts. I should have been … Continue reading

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Poster for Tomorrow: Adding Type

Adding type was difficult. I wanted it to feel integrated, but I didn’t want to ruin the depth that was starting to define itself. Β I’m glad the quarter is over, but I feel like I didn’t tackle the “typographic-poster-beast.” Maybe, … Continue reading

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The Birth of a Poster

The theme was “box.” The poster challenge: Letterpress. From the initial word association, to the time I first saw a letterpress machine in action, to today, when the last layer of ink went on: The Cherry Poster. It was incredible. … Continue reading

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Poster for Tomorrow: Thumbnails

Here’s the creative brief:Posterfortomorrow.org. “A HOME FOR EVERYONE – A PLACE TO LIVE, NOT TO SLEEP. β€˜Home’ means something different to all of us. The place where we grew up, the place where we live at the moment, the place … Continue reading

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Anatomy of Ocean Poster

I was asked how I made this poster. I took an illustration made with pen and ink and used Photoshop with a series of layers.

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