Trip Poster Design for Your Building Centers As part of their YOUReward customer incentive program, I created this Trip poster design which was used primarily at their annual Building and Remodeling Show in the spring of 2014. Later these were displayed at the separate branches of Your Building Centers throughout the rest of 2014. I based […]
UPDATE- The installation is complete, check out the photos and see them in person at Kranich’s Jewelers Logan Valley Mall location. I created this re-imagining of their in store signage to reflect a classic beauty with a modern appeal. By keeping the image in shades of grey and black I hoped to convey a classic […]
I shot these rings in a light box for a contest Kranich’s is participating in on wearecentralpa.com where users vote on all of the details of one couple’s wedding arrangements. I had to clip out the background a little and added a Photoshop generated shadow. These are just four of what were easily hundreds of […]
These credit card sized vip cards for Kranich’s Jewelers was a redesign. They hadn’t been updated in over five years at the time so I was tasked with updating the look. I decided to go with a more modern look while still keeping the familiar forest green color present in their old design. These were printed on […]
This unused internal marketing piece for local engineering firm was one of my first freelance projects. Consequently this is probably the moment that I both stopped working on spec projects and vowed never to work without at contract.
I designed this desktop wallpaper theme for Kranich’s Jewelers based on the Avengers movie teaser poster.
This Internal promotional materials was my first attempt at artificial bokeh lights in Photoshop. It was a promo for Kranich’s Jewelers top sales person.
I love holiday specials in December so it was not surprise that eventually those visuals would creep their way into a design. These themed in-store sign designs are inspired by the intro sequence from Rankin Bass’s Jack Frost claymation special.
A redesign of the round clearance sign for Kranich’s Jewelers was requested to fit their new in store displays at Kranich’s Jewelers Logan Valley Mall location. I took the original design and reformatted the text into this rectangular shape which hopefully fixed the instillation problems associated with their round version of the sign.
I’ve been meaning to post this piece from Kretina Builders to my design portfolio for quite some time. I created this piece in collaboration with Lego Services for distribution at a national convention in Philadelphia. We also created their original website which I have linked to above.