The following images show the custom pen and ink illustrations I produced for the wedding invitations, ceremony programs, reception table cards and centerpieces for my wedding in Chicago. Each table centerpiece for the reception was assigned its own table number and illustration of a notable building landmark.
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Graphic Design & Illustrations
Media: Photoshop, Illustrator, ink, marker
A Save-the-Date design created for a friend's wedding in Chicago, IL. The design incorporated Chicago neighborhood landmarks that are significant to the couple, along with a caricature of the couple in the foreground. The image was created using hand illustrated line work, with Photoshop for color.
The caricatures created for the Chicago couple's wedding Save-the-Date design.
App Startup Logos
A series of logo explorations for a startup App webpage. Media included Photoshop and Illustrator.
Architecture Awards Logo Entry
A design submitted for the Annual Architecture Awards ceremony held at the University of Illinois' school of Architecture.
Baseball Team Logo
A baseball team logo created for team jerseys, hats and other apparel.
Media: Ink on paper
The following are hand-illustrated renderings using pen and ink, charcoal, and pencil on paper. I produced the renderings for various occasions including weddings, holiday greeting cards, and birthday and anniversary gifts.
Media: Marker on paper; Paper adhered to 30"x30" wood boards
Commissioned to produce artwork based on the popular "Dick and Jane" characters from the 1930's through to the 1970's. The artwork consists of marker-on-paper illustrations adhered to four natural finished wood boards at 30"x30" each, and the scenes depict the theme "Hide n seek". The artwork is currently on display at the contemporary Curtis Hotel in downtown Denver, CO, which was recently ranked in USA Today's list of the 10 best art hotels in the US (February 2015).
Retirement Gift: OppenheimerFunds
An aerial rendering of the OppenheimerFunds building in Denver, created as a gift for a retiring OppenheimerFunds employee. The media used included pencil, ink and colored pencil on paper.