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Packaging Design


DVD Packaging Design This is a design for a three disk special edition version of the Dreamworks’ film How to Train Your Dragon.

Packaging Design

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Packaging Design


Packaging Design

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Coleman Institute Web Presence This is a design for the Coleman Institute. It utilizes the compass as the logo to demonstrate that the school will guide you in the right direction.

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Web Design


Web Design

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Magazine Design I designed this magazine layout to be fun and whimsical to echo Dr. Suess’ illustration style. This spread went into a larger series of Layout designs I did for an imaginary Magazine Called Promo.

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They took the Lorax, made of the thieves they came, and now

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“I want very badly to get our little Lorax back home where he belongs,� Dimond-Cate

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2-foot statue of Dr. Seuss’ Lorax character was stolen from the San Diego backyard garden of the 90-year-old widow of the beloved author whose real name was Theodore Geisel. Audrey Geisel noticed the statue and its tree-stump base were missing from the garden and were likely stolen over the weekend. Property manager Carl Romero told U-T San Diego on Tuesday that he found footprints indicating the thieves had dragged the 300-pound statue to an access road and lifted it over a fence.

“You can’t sell it on eBay,� He had seen the statue Saturday afternoon, and Geisel noticed it was missing Monday morning. Audrey Geisel’s daughter Lark Grey Dimond-Cate cast two of the sculptures. One was the lone Seuss character to reside on the family’s property over-

ORRNLQJWKH3DFLÂżF2FHDQLQ/D Jolla. The other sits at the Dr. Seuss National Memorial in the author’s hometown, SpringÂżHOG0DVV7KHRGRUH*HLVHO died in 1991 at age 87. “I want very badly to get our little Lorax back home where he belongs,â€? Dimond-Cate said. “Wherever he is, he’s scared, lonely and hungry. He’s not just

“Wherever he is, he’s scared, lonely and hungry. He’s not just a hunk of metal to us. He was a family pet.�

for scrap,� she said. “Worstcase scenario, I’ll get the foundry to create another one, but he won’t be the same.� Romero said the statue was stolen just before security cameras were installed, and few knew it was there. The family has called San Diego police. Romero said Audrey Geisel doesn’t want to punish anyone and just wants the Lorax back. “You can’t sell it on eBay,� he said.

a hunk of metal to us. He was a family pet.� The Lorax has enjoyed special notoriety because of the reFHQWO\UHOHDVHG¿OPYHUVLRQRI Dr. Seuss’s 1971 environmental fable, in which the mustachioed main character speaks out for the Truffula trees against corSRUDWHJUHHGSHUVRQL¿HGE\WKH evil Once-ler.

“I hope he hasn’t been taken across the border into Tijuana for scrap,�

Dimond-Cate said she actually hopes the Lorax was stolen because of his newfound fame. Otherwise it could mean he was stolen for the bronze. “I hope he hasn’t been taken across the border into Tijuana

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Magazine Design

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Character Design


Character Design

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Character Design


Character Design This is a kids book series I am in the process of developing entitled The Barnyard Detective Agency. The series is about an unlikely trio, Bert, The hound dog, Samantha the Barn cat, and the main character, Vincent the Fox.

Character Design

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Poster Design


Music Poster Design The Green Children are a favourite band of mine. Their music is a blend of techno and pop, and their lyrics and band style are inspired by Celtic mythology.

Poster Design

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Print Making The print on the Left is a Lithography Print, based on the passage in Ezekiel about the valley of the dry bones. Life will be breathed back into them. Death will be blown away. The print on the right is an intalio print, using the techniques of Line Etching and Aqua-tint.

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Illustration


Illustration

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Illustration


Illustration I designed this illustration for a little 9 year old boy named Cole. I stayed with his grandparents the summer of 2012 while working as an intern at Carole's Copy and Print in Searcy. He was lonely and a little bored, so he started making up a story about a cat that rode a motorcycle. He would tell me about it when I got home from work. I created this in illustrator and had it printed for him. I wanted his story to come alive for him in the way only picture can accomplish

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