I created a bunch of labels for bottles of beer that I have been brewing. We got pretty advanced and now brew 80 gallon batches. We were even toying with the idea of turning it into a business (who knows, maybe still?).
We switched from bottles and started kegging our beer in 2004, so unless I get a nice, easy to use bottling system, you probably won’t see any more labels from me for a while.
I come up with and change the text for each issue of Urban Moto.
Please send $20 with a long-winded story about that one time you has sex with that hottie from the coffee shop who rides that really cool bike. Also send a double-spaced essay on the Crimean War and its relevance to modern engineering. Oh, and beer.
Send $20 in small, unmarked bills in a leather suitcase. Please do not include any body parts, hot jewelry, or anything that can trace the transaction back to Urban Moto.
Send $20, a copy of your driver’s liscence, your social security number, your mother’s maiden name, your favorite pet’s name – or better yet the pet itself – and your first born. Blonde and redheads preferred.
Untraceable and no dye pack rejects please.
No mistakes this time.
Don’t just stand around naked – cover your shame!* For the low price of $20, you’re halfway there.
*please forward us pictures of your shame.
Please give us your name, rank, serial number, breast size, the length from your index finger to the tip of your elbo, the number of times you have had sex, the time, amount and size of all your anxieties, rounded to the nearest tenth, and the distance from your ego to the floor. Okay, now take that number, add Avagadro’s constant, keep subtracting π until you reach a prime number, convert to hexadecimal and arrange the sequence into alpha-numeric order.
The ad is a clean design that show the Harley coming off the page.
Postcard designed October 2002for First Kick Scooters
The image on front is from a photograph I took.
The purpose of the postcard is to advertise to new Vespa owners that they can go to my client’s shop instead of the Vespa dealership to get service.
The image is of the front of the new ET4 Vespa.
The target audience – Vespa ET2 and ET4 owners – will instantly recognize the image.
for Hisham Massarweh, owner of Muddy Water’s Coffee House
In the background is a manipulated image of the line of Torani bottles at Muddy Water’s Chuch street location.
Camel and coffee browns convey the rich and deep flavor of Muddy Water’s coffee.
Inviting orange highlights pay homage to the friendly atmosphere found at Muddy Water’s.
TriAngle Corporation Business Package October 2000 for TriAngle Corporation. The business package includes envelope, letterhead and business card design.
Using stark lines placing the corporate logo (my design) at top creates an effective no-nonsense corporate feel.
Printed in black with green spot-color.