Three articles for Wake Forest Magazine. Photography by Christine Rucker, Ken Bennett, and Walter P. Calahan.
Two articles designed for the Wake Forest Magazine – illustration and hand-drawn type.
A toy store specializing in construction toys. Folding direct mail box describes the philosophy of the store. Desk block set includes a miniature brochure for parents when they sign up for the store’s newsletter.
Photography by Bobby Prokenpeck
Miniature brochure and direct mail cards. Interlocking cards have building ideas for kids, educational information for parents.
Collector’s edition, bound in a towel so the reader always knows “where his towel is.”
High-end hardware packaging, using animals as metaphors for various fasteners.
An organic farm where you can pick your own produce from the field, or pick it up at their store.
A non-profit that plants trees around the city. The brochure is a folded circle with a die-cut showing the transition from buildings to trees. Plastic stencils make it possible to paint posters directly onto telephone poles instead of using paper.
Painted “poster” for telephone poles, and shirts for volunteers and supporters.