To create these restaurant wall murals, I worked with an interior design firm, who provided me with stacks of digital photos from these communities, along with elevation and obstruction information (doors, soffits, wall hung items, etc), and general information about each restaurant’s locale. Using these assets and Adobe Photoshop, I produced these colorful, multi-layered composite murals that are custom fit to the restaurant walls—and also custom to the communities that each restaurant serves.
This year’s Bluegrass On The Bogs Poster design. This poster typically debuts in February at a local music convention, and so I designed it to stand out amongst the many other flyers and posters that it would compete with there. Once again, Larry DeJong drafted off of his original logo design to create a special 11th anniversary logo, and I worked from there to create a poster design that would get this festival noticed. You can read more about this project here.
The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust’s “Scarecrow 5K” run takes place just a week or so before Halloween, and so they wanted the event posters to reflect the race’s Fall/Halloween theme. Here’s a sampling of poster designs over the years: