Story: On-the-go quality artisan clear pushpins inspired by the inventor of pushpins, Edwin Moore. Edwin’s Pushpins and Tacks utilizes etched imagery in a simple, more graphic way. The intended audience is a middle-aged male who lives in Portland with his lifelong girlfriend, 2 dogs and a blind cat. He appreciates tactile objects and often makes craft beer.
Materials: engraved 3/32˝ basswood lightly coated in Early American 230 wood stain and a small piece of black leather
Featured: Behance Wacom Gallery ('16)
Jamland Jam Packaging
Story: On-the-go mini packets of jam for kids and parents. Jamland's jams are farm fresh with nothing extra. The jam packets are perforated on the bottom for easy access. Each contains 5 flavors with a total of 10 packets.
Materials: small tubes made from multi-ply paperboard with polymer coating that is within a small chipboard box
Honeybell Iced Tea
Story: Honeybell Ice Tea introduces authentic, clean Japanese teas with a hint of sweetness from Japanese fruits to create a refreshing new beverage. The secondary logos of the foxes were derived from the Shinto religion, where foxes are considered gods of tea. The glass bottle is inspired by the bamboo shape and the bottle cap itself is bamboo.
Materials: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
A collection of various marks and logos for clients and personal projects.