Emeril sporting the Fisher's logo. It's almost like we're best friends. #BAM
I recently had the privilege to do some freelance work for the New Orleans AIDS United AmeriCorps members: a group of individuals who work in HIV/AIDS prevention and care in the area. They developed a site to provide accessible HIV/AIDS information, resources and support . My small role in their effort was creating this logo.
You can learn more about the project at http://www.nolahealthlink.com.
Letterpress printer extraordinaire, Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. came to Red Square last week for our Red Tuesday presentation. I've been a fan of his bold and often irreverent work for awhile now, so I was pretty excited to meet him. I created some internal posters for the presentation, emulating his provocative style. You can learn more about his life and work at http://www.proceedandbebold.com.
Well Howdy, Y'all!
This first post is a little bittersweet. My best friend of many years, Tiffany (known to an elite few as "T-Bone") , recently moved to Houston. We had a little Texas-style sendoff to bid her farewell. I drew up some imagery for an e-vite, and we had t-shirts made for the occasion! Some of us even reluctantly wore cowboy hats.
Although I miss her already, I am so proud and excited for her new adventure. Best of luck, Tiff — can't wait to come visit!