PBCI (The Public Broadcasting Cooperative of Illinois) was formed to make it easy for advertisers or underwriters to work with multiple public radio and/or television stations in Illinois. Until now, to reach a statewide audience via more than 20 public broadcasting stations required more than 20 phone calls, more than 20 rate cards and more […]
This logo was done for ACCO Brands’ One to One program where ACCO reaches out to its small office dealers to have an open communication about the ACCO line of office products.
The spudart logo since 1998 (or thereabouts). It’s potato. But it also looks like an airplane. And it also looks like a face. It’s very much like how a potato behaves with all its inherent possiblities. Here’s a few of the sketches from the development of this logo. Not the bottom of the second scan […]
This poster was distributed to mostly a college audience. It provided awareness of art events that were occuring in Chicago during the fall of 1998.
Done for ACCO’s One to One program, this piece promotes Wilson Jones’ InView Binder.
General Electric point of sale piece for ACE Hardware and True Value stores. This handy piece has information that will help the customer when shopping for fluorscent lightbulbs. There is also a halogen chart that I did for GE.
The world-renouned chef at Illinois Wesleyan University once cooked for Queen Elizabeth. This logo is for his programs with IWU alumni.
A class project at IWU to design a book cover, I did Darkness at Noon, a book about the Stalin prisons. The illustration is done by me with oil pastels. Cover: Spread:
This logo appears on all printed materials related to Illinois Wesleyan University Student Senate, including all events sponsored by this group.