Visionaries & Voices, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit organization that supports artists with special needs, invited us to curate a group exhibition. V & V artists created black-and-white images that were then colored in by other artists for the gallery display. The accompanying exhibition catalog takes the form of a coloring book, allowing anyone to complete the b/w artwork.
We designed the identity and all print collateral for the study-abroad program in Viterbo, Italy administered by Montserrat College of Art.
Building a Future: Sustainable Urbanism and Green Design was a lecture series jointly presented by the University of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky University. The promotional booklet unfolded into a poster outlining the lecture schedule and locations, in addition to providing detailed information about the speakers.
The 2010 annual report for ArtWorks was an opportunity to celebrate the organization's 15-year anniversary with a timeline of achievements and milestones over the years. A modular grid in process colors provided a bold structure for the content.
In our second year of developing the ArtWorks' Adopt-an-Apprentice, our goal was to put the organization's mission to work. We were able to hire 6 artists to create typographic illustrations of the campaign's tagline; "Make Art Work."
We designed this letterpress-printed invitation suite for Anne & Tom's wedding, illustrating of some of their favorite sites in their hometown of San Francisco.
SpringBoard is a creative entrepreneurship course administered by ArtWorks.We designed and screenprinted bold, two-color posters onto chunky, utilitarian chipboard.
For the inaugural OTR/Gateway Summer Celebration, an annual event featuring live music, food, beverages, and art and craft vendors, we developed a fun identity showcasing neighborhood landmarks.
The ArtWorks Mural Map is a full-size, full-color map of all the public art projects executed by this Cincinnati-based nonprofit organization since its founding. One side features a map of all the art locations, while the other lists the artist, title and street address of each mural.
Built in 1804, the Betts House is the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. We designed this poster to promote our exhibit of a line of ceramics, coasters, pillows, table runners, and screenprints whose ornamentation was inspired by the 19th century architecture of our neighborhood.
Cedric Michael Cox is a prominent Cincinnati-based painter whose work is very much informed by both music and the urban environment. We've developed several promotional posters and other collateral to showcase his body of work.
The Cincinnati-based public art nonprofit organization ArtWorks needed custom binders and folders for its staff, and we responded with bright and bold graphics on utilitarian office supplies.
Community Arts Centers Day is an annual initiative of ArtsWave in partnership with organizations and art centers across Cincinnati. We borrowed heavily from the over-the-top aesthetic of circus posters to create a design that's as fun as the neighborhood-based events themselves.
For the ArtWorks' annual Adopt-and-Apprentice campaign, we developed an action-packed set of 6 cards and a notebook to communicate the excitement and raw energy of the high school apprentices who would be hired as a result of this fundraising effort.