Long time no post. Going to have a bunch of new stuff going up soon though. For now here’s my most recent billboard for the City of Port Coquitlam. Focus on this billboard was to encourage citizens to conserve their water usage, especially during the summer. Really tried to convey that with the big loonie (to help catch peoples eye as they drive by) and the pile of money underneath the sprinkler.
Above you can see the crest version logo for Aristotle’s Lyceum that I designed. Keep reading for the album artwork including the 4 panel insert, cover and back. AristotlesLyceum.com coming soon. Conintue Reading…
This is the in to go along with the rest of my Volunteer design work for the City. 1″x1″ pin on card stock for presentation. You can also check out the logo and print collateral I did that included logo, posters, brochure and more.
This is the latest billboard I did for the City of Port Coquitlam. This billboard was meant to promote the cities new “Active Resource” centre and the theme for it was “Get Active- Stay Healthy”. I wasn’t too happy with this when it went to print.It just didn’t seem right on my screen but the final output looked great, especially from a distance when you don’t see the cut lines.
Slideshow above includes a few photos of the finished product. This project took about three and half months from start to finish. We had 19,000 copies printed. Size of the calendars was 12″x18″ full bleed and saddle stitched & folded. Also inside there is a 4 page insert that is 12″x21″. Printed on 25% PCW 55% Recycled Content – FSC Certified Paper. You can check out pictures in a bigger version of the slide show or on my deviantArt.
Logo design for City of Port Coquitlam’s annual Volunteer Awards. Theme for this years awards was “Volunteers – Amazing in 2009″. Got to do a lot of print collateral for this include a 1″ silver pin, posters and brochure so I will post those later on.
20′ x 10′ Billboard I designed for the City of Port Coquitlam. Theme for this billboard is “June is Bike Month”. Full view and different angles along with the digital version can be seen on DeviantArt or flickr.