This art for HBO Series Treme, was used for 2nd season CD covers and other collateral materials. It was created in Photoshop using several images and illustrator illustrations.
The Wire 5th season poster. Concept by Ignition/Print, production of the newspaper montage by Real Fresh Creative. The poster was the first time our work appeared as a billboard in Time’s Square (we’ve since had two others), and going up to see it helped us answer the age old question: Bigger is definitely better.
“Pink Collar” was a TV show featuring Alicia Silverstone that never quite made it on air. This was to be the Title Graphic.
The Maryland School for the Arts logo was designed for the movie “Step Up” (the first one) for which I did all of the graphic design.
A 1950s paint store was required for several scenes in “My One and Only.” The Massey Logo and a full store of products required design and development.
A faux book cover created for a film client.
It is not always possible to gain legal clearance to use an actual cover. “The Catcher in the Rye” was one such case. So we created our own 1950s student version of it for a film..right down to the faux publishing house logo. which we were rather pleased with. We’d love to revise it for actual use.
Posters and Advertisements for HBO’sTreme.
Logo for HBO’s new series, Treme, set in New Orleans. Inspired by the hand lettered Treme Brass Band drum, by Genevieve Leyh.
Logo and photo/montage for the billboards and advertising for HBO miniseries”Generation Kill.”
This 14-story version appeared on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. (Photo by Carlos Posada, Los Angeles CA.)