I took on a quick commission for MarketStar’s COO Aaron Hall over Christmas. I really enjoy these opportunities to do illustrations in my own style. This one was hand inked, scanned and colored digitally with Wacom.
It’s probably the largest caricature commission I’ve taken on since this one. Below you can see the original sketch as well…
Here is a character illustration I created to continue building out MarketStar’s Zombie Lead Hunter Story.You can view the original infographic here. He’s an obvious homage to Bruce Willis in Zombieland which provided all sorts of ideas for this campaign.
Black Friday is a big day for retailers and the brands that bank on robust sales during this critical buying season. MarketStar is a key partner in helping brands decide where to be and who to target when the holidays roll around to ensure brand preference and drive sales. We created this infographic from some of our data.
Had the opportunity to create a fun illustration to demonstrate how MarketStar can help companies bring leads back from the grave. It’s a fun metaphor and I thought the Zombie’s turned out pretty good.
Click on the graphic to enlarge and enjoy the clever copy too…
UPDATE:: Here is the original Sketch for this concept
Wanted to get this published before kickoff. Lot’s more I wanted to do. I love the BYU vs. Utah rivalry with all it’s history – bood, bad and just silly. enjoy.
Often great people come into your life unexpectedly. I learned an amazing amount about marketing and orbiting organizational challenges at the feet of someone who I never intended to work with, let alone for. We had some amazing opportunities over the course of about a year and a half and to pay homage to those memories I designed a fun little shirt for our team.
My co-workers challenged me to do a shirt design around halloween in the style of something you might find on Woot! or another shirt-a-day website. The idea for a zombie happy-hour came from Catina M. who is a huge zombie-fanatic. I had a good time putting this together and am glad I found it on my desktop today and had a few minutes to share it on my blog.
I had the opportunity this fall to design my first ever tapestry blanket to be given out as my companies holiday gift to clients. Below is the design and then a photo of how it translated to tapestry. There were definitely some
challenges in achieving the hoped for vibrancy and consistency of color that I had hoped but it’s still pretty cool to see something you designed woven into a fabric.
As part of my job at MarketStar, I’m often asked to design down and dirty little logos for internal employee programs / campaigns. Between you and me, this is something I really enjoy. This year we went all out on the BYU vs. Utah Rivalry week with contests and prizes. I was asked to design a logo for the communication just days before things were to kick-off. Anyway. it worked out okay. The game went my way as well this year with the Utes winning 54-10 in Provo. Go Utes!