Zesto restaurants wanted to promote some of their juicy and delicious “peachy” flavored treats, so we created this composite image using photos of their peach milkshake and peach sundae combined with stock photos of whole peaches and peach slices. The ad was used for counter signs, window decals and postcards.
The fourth poster in a series for a little league baseball team introduced a new team with a new name – the Hooks! More pirates, but this time with a Neverland inspiration.
Multiple images were combined to create a magical, imaginary setting for this band of baseball pirates. Once again, each player was photographed separately, striking multiple poses, then placed together for the final composition, along with lakes, mountains, beaches, rocks, trees, clouds, a crocodile, Mars and the Milky Way.
The image served as a sponsor banner, and printed posters were given to each member of the team as a keepsake
More Team Posters in this series
Spectrum is a non-profit organization that supports the autism community in the greater metro-Atlanta area. Along with a redesign and rebuild of their website, Spectrum wanted to completely update their look from their traditional logo to reflect their outreach and available services for people with autism of all ages.
We chose to be extra bold, and as their name suggests, use a fuller spectrum of color. The puzzle motif is a traditional symbol of the autism community, so we incorporated the outlines of interconnecting puzzle pieces, which was very similar to their traditional logo, but this time with a bit more order and organization to the style and color bars.
Created for Zesto restaurants in Atlanta, this fun and challenging Photoshop project involved removing one slice of cheese, then adding bacon and a large onion ring to this famous double decker hamburger!
The Chubbiest Decker was created by replicating and altering portions of the existing image as well as adding elements from other Zesto burgers and stock images, layering and relayering to get the new ingredients to seemlessly nestle between the buns. A fun project to work on; and undoubtedly delicious
The theme for the Simmons Band concert was based on the popular Christmas tune “It the Most Wonderful Time of the Year”. The program expresses a warm, traditional feel built upon a beautiful stock background image, then layered with additional elements and ornamentations and decorative typography.