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Tenth anniversary poster for Tales of the Cocktail 2012.
Done in a Belle Epoque style to be in keeping with the design theme of the Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans, the headquarters of the Tales event, I was trying to convey a feeling of things that stand the test of time, things that age well. I also used imagery and colors of things that relate to tenth anniversaries.
Logo design to convey a feeling of history and a reverence for the finer things of a memorable era. A rich period that carries a sense of the classical, a sense of timelessness.
This is used as the company's business cards and on their website. It is designed so that the type can be taken out and used by itself on the company trucks and stationery.
Poster design and company mascot for a liqueur importer and distiller.
The green fairy, the iconographic representation of Absinthe, holding a bouquet of wormwood and superimposed on a glass of absinthe as the louche begins to form. The imagery is of the Art Nouveau/Belle Epoque period, which is typical of the time of Absinthe's peak popularity.
Book cover design meant to look like an old seed package.
Portfolio sample of orange crate label.
One of a series of introductory posters announcing the new series, Boardwalk Empire on HBO.
Poster to introduce Duplais Absinthe to American audiences. Designed in the style of early French posters similar to those by Jules Cheret.
Postage stamps depicting four of the most celebrated cowboys of the silver screen, and designed to mimic their old movie posters.
Poster for Tales of the Cocktail 2013, showing the night life of the 1930's in New Orleans' Vieux Carré.
Theater poster for the Hartford Stage Theater in Connecticut. A version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, updated to the 1930's.
The first of three posters commissioned by Angostura Bitters to show the atmosphere of a 1930's bar, when the Cocktail was in its heyday.
Poster design for the Tales of the Cocktail event / 2009. This was the first year I did the poster and I decided after this to turn this into a triptych, with this poster as the starting image.
The woman behind the bartender is an allegorical figure, a muse of bartenders...she is guiding his movements like a proud mother.
Poster design for the Tales of the Cocktail event / 2011. This was the third year I did the poster and it was the third part of the triptych. The bar counter is a continuation of the bar from the first and second posters.
This was one of a series of five posters commemorating the 50th anniversary of 3M electrical tape.
The assignment was to show all of the cast in hierarchical order. The action all takes place around a Cleveland hotel in1934, and my poster is meant to look like a hotel postcard from that period. The cast is "blowing the roof off"!