Southern Cultures is an academic quarterly about the history and cultures of the U.S. South, published by UNC Press with the Center for the Study of the American South for readers in the South and beyond.
These illustrations are accompaniments to Julia Ridley Smith's story Mrs. Devry, Why Do You Cry? and can be seen here.
Products and graphics for Durham's breakout crime podcast, CRIMINAL. Have a listen at thisiscriminal.com-- you will really love it.
Duke University's journal of culture and politics required a re-design, including a new logo, cover design, and internal layout and design elements.
Sometimes, I get to paint big, outdoor wall signs. Or long windy ones inside.
+ 1116 Broad Street Signs (including Oval Park Grille (November-December 2014)
+ Duke's Center for Autism Studies Wave Mural (May-June 2015)
+ GOAL site sign with organization logos (August 2013)
Escapades is a Durham-based company selling vintage clothing and art wares. I designed their logo and print materials, and created some in-house products for them including watercolor napkins (printed at Spoonflower), funny little perv toys, and portrait calendars,.
Bowerbird Flowers and Apothecary asked me to design their Edward Gorey-like logo. Together we created a nice little website, business cards, and photographic content for web/print.
Invitations to weddings, etched glasses graphics, linocuts, custom letter work, and portraits.
Greenway Transit is the first biodiesel bus company in the Southeast. I designed their new logo (which goes on all the vehicles) and website, and over the past few years, have produced many stickers, ads, brochures, and bus signage for them, too.
BlogAds hired me to design a logo and brandbook for one of their ad networks (Wit) that would appeal to 21 - 30 years olds who are well-educated, busy, unmarried city dwellers who are always plugged-in!
Here are the mood boards, screenshots from the finished website, photographic slides (content for the web), and several pages from a brand catalog all created for Will Leathergoods. The brand manager at Will wanted emphasis placed on their use of “inspiration,” their intentional culling from many era-specific styles, character-types, and locations. To answer this demand, YSSRS’ designer and copywriter (along with a freelance videographer) developed, produced, and directed five mini-documentary videos in which two brand representatives visit the workshops and studios of local artisans—a ukelele-maker, a loom weaver, a father-and-son welding team, a wood-turner, and a gypsy-jeweler—and there, amongst the fibers and colors and metals and wood, they “get inspired.”
Olympic Talismen, 2012 (athletes on bones, in watercolor)
The Dwelling, 2012 (immersive installation)
Food Fonts, Ongoing!
Made a custom calendar for WHUP-- Hillsborough, NC's rad new radio station. Check them out 104.7
A newly-minted dietitian required a logo that embodied her love for produce!
New podcast featuring boardgame-themed radio dramas. On Itunes, Soundcloud, and at boardgameplayers.com.
Logo and brand materials for energy worker, Marty Clemons.