These are the covers I have created for various musical artists. My goal in working with musicians is creating an image and a branding style that improves their over-all image. The genres range from rap to indie to pop, hence the variety of graphic style.
For Andrew St. James, the image creation and design used for the "The Big Ol Veronica Apology Album" increased sales by 200% due to the compelling packaging design created for the artist.
For the artist Simmi, I was informed the graphic I created for "Visions" brought an added 4k plays on his music platform Soundcloud. Even better, the graphic for "Bad Bitch", the song preceding "Visions" brought an added 10k plays.
This is a design piece I made for the electronic musician Nicolas Jaar. This was a passion project I did after watching one of his concerts. I was so inspired by one of the songs he played and the staging of the concert that I wanted to recreate my experience through designing a series. I wanted to replicate the tone of the music, with the general feelings from the environment Jaar created.
Typographical record covers for MCLYTE's album "Lyte As a Rock". Inspired by jazz style connotative typography, I wanted to use this idea of evoking rhythm through my typesetting. I also wanted to play around with different levels of hierarchy, which is where there are three variations.
TYPE IN SPACE
In this project, we were supposed to create a reading experience out of our content material. My word was "skin" and my focus was on Lyme Disease. I wanted a vessel for my message that would travel with people, similar to how Lyme Disease spreads.
Video of my type integration process.
JAMES BLAKE PROMO
Created a type based advertising campaign for James Blake's new album The Colour in Anything. I wanted to mimic his ambient sound through my type treatment.
These pieces have been created through a combination of newspaper, silk screen and photoshop. Wanted to play around with using different materials to create fun digital compositions.
BLACK MIRROR SEQUENCE
I chose three different movies I would use for a movie festival. The concept that is constant through these three films is the thin line between illusion and what is real. These were the promotional posters I created for the festival series entitles: Black Mirror Sequence