The Incredible Hulk started as a character in one of the most recognizable comic books (Marvel). The medium plays an important role in the evolution of the Hulk. However with the advances of technology our favorite character became one of the most popular of all time. He was brought to life in such a way that people no longer have to imagine their favorite character transforming to a wonderful monster. In the comics, The Incredible Hulk's story is portrayed in two dimensional illustration, single frame action, emotive color, and narrative balloons. In contrast, his TV shows and films employ spoken dialogue, consistent color, continuous action, sound and three-dimensional animation that depict his transformation from Bruce Banner to the Hulk. Each format reflects the limitation and constraints of its medium.
Self - Identity
Self Identity inspire by my previous enjoyment of doodling and pattern design.
Using Gill Sans as an underlay, Atomic Tangerine is made with shave crayola that contrasts the different colors that comes in a box.
Poster inspired by the work of Saul Bass
William Addison Dwiggins & Jonathan Barnbrook
This book was designed to compare and contrast two typographers.
Chop shop butchery
I was hired to create a logo Design for a small business, local Butchery in the maryland area. The logo has taken the classic butchery style, including both the animal as it is a main aspect of my Client's Service. The design will be incorporated onto multiple merchandise & materials such as business cards, letterhead, branding guidelines, Facebook page, website, email signature, recipe cards, packaging design. Website and Facebook page are currently a work in progress
ESPACHE LLC | Mobile App
AIGA’s Get Out the Vote Campaign
This civic engagement initiative wields the power of design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote in the 2016 general election, as well as local elections to come. The core of the campaign is an online gallery of original, nonpartisan posters generated by AIGA members for printing and public distribution.