My beer packaging is at the top of the AIGA Member Portfolios today!
Go check it out, if you haven’t already seen it a million times!
(if you follow me on tumblr or instagram, you probably have already seen it a million times… my apologies, guys)
We have a lot of work to do today. I’m lucky to have such a dedicated freelance creative director.
Given that I am quite possibly the least photogenic person on earth, I really wish that photobooth selfies were acceptable for university ID’s.
It took me an hour to get one photo in which I didn’t look totally dead, and even then my right eye was out of focus.
Pro-level multitasking. Design work, hair curlers, Louis time, dranks.
14/20 classes down for this month’s hot yoga challenge
Today is my sixth day in a row, and just when I was getting really bored/tired/sick of everything about yoga, my favorite former professor signed up for an unlimited month of classes, so I don’t have to do it alone anymore!
Motivation and companionship makes everything seem much less intimidating.
Endless drafts and mockups. T-48hrs left to work. Need to size it up at least three times, plus lots of little mistakes to fix, and tea-stained paper, transparent vellum for the windows, and creepy candy for the inside.
Leave my chair for 30 seconds and this happens. He’s lucky he’s so cute.
Another portfolio update! You could contribute to making me happier than usual on a work-heavy saturday night by clicking through to my behance page and looking at it there and clicking the appreciate button if you feel so inclined.
Or by reblogging this post. Or whatever.
Gabe let me borrow his awesome camera (which I obviously have no clue how to use – hence the depth of field issues)…
SO I’m finally posting some new work on my Behance profile! I’d be much obliged if you’d be willing to check it out and share it if you like it.
Mmm. Reliving the time that I wrapped Spencer’s mini grill as a baby dragon-pig.
One of my cutest creations to date, without a doubt.
I went to get my hair dyed back to blonde, because I’m tired of having roots.
3.5 hours and $64 later, it looks exactly like it did when I dyed it red myself a month ago.
Shameless months-old selfie.
Three cheers for late night logo & label redesigns.
And red bull.
And vintage insurance map art.
I overshot “natural” red by at least ten shades, but there’s nothing to do about it now, eh?