After changing the name from Noodles & Company to Noodles World Kitchen, the fast-casual restaurant brand was ready to evolve their logo and bring a fresh, fun personality to their dining experience.
Big Slick Celebrity Weekend is a charity event that brings five celebrities back to their hometown of Kansas City to raise money for Children’s Mercy Cancer Center. For its 7th year, Rob Riggle, Jason Sudeikis, Eric Stonestreet, David Koechner and Paul Rudd hosted the weekend and brought their friends to join in the fun.
Unique to Big Slick 2016, the Kansas City community came together in support of a campaign that positioned these 5 hosts as mock political candidates. In support of the theme, tshirts, buttons, yard signs, posters and other merchandise were created and sold. The events of the weekend included a celebrity softball game, celebrity bowling, and a party/auction. The result? $1.3 million raised for the Children's Mercy Cancer Center.
A modern branding concept for honey with a sustainable packaging design solution. The watercolor patterns suggest the honey making process, referencing flowers and bee stripes. A refillable press dispenser not only eliminates waste of the typical plastic packaging, but also allows the application of honey to be clean and easy.
A monster-themed children’s book titled "How Many Monsters?" that uses simple rhyming and playful illustrations that make counting easy and fun.
A holiday shipping campaign for Gap that utilizes die cuts and multifunctional forms. Once the package is received, the outer shell can be removed and the remaining form is ready to be gifted. In addition, the small shipping forms can be displayed as ornaments prior to gifting.
A collection of projects including watercolor, hand lettering and illustration.
Various hand lettering styles and techniques. Includes work in brush, pointed pen, cut paper, and more.
Each year, the Kansas City Repertory Theatre hosts a gala to raise funds that keep the arts alive in Kansas City. In 2016, they decided to put a rock n' roll twist on the event. A rock-inspired invitation introduced the 2016 theme to the guests and a memorabilia poster was sold at the gala.
Metallic and spot varnish processes were used on the invitation and the poster was letter-pressed in metallic silver ink.
A branding and campaign design for whiskey. Achieving an authentic and personal feel, the brand utilizes hand lettering and raw illustrations on a toned paper label. The whiskey is bottled in a unique form that is designed to easily fit to your hand. The campaign tagline, “Hand it Over,” not only comments on the demand of the whiskey brand, but also references the bottle’s convenient and ergonomic form.
An inside look at typography found in the commercial roofing industry. The book includes original text, photography, and design as it highlights three major sectors of a construction business: the office, the materials, and the equipment.