This is a personal repackaging project concept for the Kombucha probiotics drink.
Designed to advertise a private event hosting Patrick Robinson, Creative Director at Gap, Brad Goreski, celebrity fashion stylist, and Michael Cohen with Susanne Lerner, Co-founders of Michael Stars.
This typeset was created with photographed household items, handmade textures and rapidograph strokes.
Logo design for a young, fun, grungy camp ground. Created to connect Millennials with their inner spirit, and escape from daily life routines.
This ad campaign pitch, was created to promote human uniqueness blended with technology power. Be Extraordinary parts from the idea of taking an ordinary object, and turning it into extraordinary with a personal touch, and Nokia's technology.
Over 300 strands were cut and pieced together, photographed, and added to the campaign. The strands represent the power, the strength, and the personal touch each of us give, to make Nokia something extraordinary.
Aha! Oh Oh! Oh No! Ah So... What If? is a conceptual piece, reflecting a Designer's daily thought process in order to create great design. This piece comes with an interactive game which proves this process, of ideas and failures, and how to overcome them. This game is ok to play regardless the reader's design skills.
Read the color , not the word, as fast as possible. Try it.
rtsm was created as a movement of new communications to and from millennials. It entails short, to the point, universal graphics with shortened text, regardless its grammatical shortcomings.
Every image has a social media explanation along with it.
The Karina typeface was created to express freeform and organic fluency. It works best as a header, as it allows to show all the detail at its best.
The tax form 433-D Part I, from the IRS, took a fun twist and came as an infographics. This installment agreement is meant to help citizens get their money back. In order to get the money, one must first go through a series of steps, as if looking at a treasure map, trying to decipher where and how to get our money back.
Inspired by the traditional Japanese packaging, and the great author Hideyuki Oka of How to Wrap Five Eggs, I decided to transform a kitchen item, into a beautiful artistic piece. The whole idea is taking an object, and giving it a new meaning, turning it into the best it can be.
Conceptual ad campaign for different transportation services, and the daily interactions of their commuters.