UP & DOWN
Identity for Up & Down restaurant, a new burger and chicken bar in Jamaica Plain, Boston. The brand features vibrant and distinct colors that set it apart from its adjacent brand, Mike & Patty's. I worked to create playful and energetic designs that match the smashburgers and spicy chicken that the restaurant offers. Worked to create packaging, menus, social media content, apparel, and digital display ads.
CREDIT: Photography by M&A BRANDS
Graphics and illustrations for an Allston signage redesign. Submitted through a City of Boston local artist program looking to capture the essence of each Boston neighborhood. Inspired by the neighborhood’s vibrant community, the new signage captures Allston’s unique characteristics and style.
CVR THE LAND
Exhibition branding and print design created for CVR THE LAND: How accessibility to art bridges boundaries, from walls to paper, at Friend St. Studios. The exhibit featured local and worldwide artists in a feature of street art & printmaking at crossroads, recognizing how accessibility to creative expression can foster inclusivity.
CREDIT: Art by Vhils, Elaine d'Esterre, OBEY SKTR / GRTSK Variable by Black Type Foundry, Owners by MCKL
Identity design and branding done for Graze Brands & Mike Will Graze. Multiple colorways reflect the multiple brands and restaurants that Graze will offer & visit.
CREDIT: Mike Gurevich, M&A Brands
TAKE A ZINE
Identity & Web Design for Take a Zine, Leave a Zine, a local community-run initiative that looks to plant community-run book stands and mailboxes throughout greater New England. to foster the trade of independent zines, art books, and printed matter. The goal of the redesign was to make a fun, accessible, and simple website for the community project. Coded without a web client, and hosted on Neocities.
CREDIT: Evan Bright & TAZ-LAZ Team.
SQUARES ARE JUST INTERSECTIONS ...
Growing up in Boston, I’ve always had a reoccurring thought as to why cities prioritize cars over people. Why are the cities we live in designed around cars? Why can’t I reach certain areas without a car, and why aren’t there better alternatives to individualized transportation? I figured to put these thoughts into a zine, and thus this project was made.
This is a digital zine with a screen printed hard copy.
Originally published on the blog Philosophy of Construction.
Identity, graphics, and website for Boston-based archictecture firm, Linea 5. The firm looked to modernize their brand, and highlight their dedicated craft within the rebrand.
Identity, graphics, and jerseys for an imagined NBA team in Montréal.