April 29th, 2010 | Posted in blog | No Comments
Two of my projects I completed during my time at a previous agency have been awarded two Summit Awards from the 2010 International Summit Creative Awards committee.
The Winning Entries
• Silver Summit Award under the Newspaper Advertising Campaign category for the San Francisco Chronicle’s “Color Me” ad campaign
• Silver Summit Award under the Consumer Product/Services Brochure category for Signature Properties’ Millworks community brochure
About the SIA
The Summit International Awards (SIA) organization is dedicated to furthering excellence in the communications industry. It administers rigorous awards competitions throughout the year with the goal of recognizing companies that excel.
Throughout its sixteen-year history, the SIA has established itself as one of the premier arbiters of creative and communication excellence. Companies and individuals, from more than 50 countries and five continents, participate in the awards programs.
Using both specific and comprehensive evaluative criteria and a blind judging process, its competitions reward only those firms and individuals truly deserving of special recognition.
January 21st, 2010 | Posted in blog | No Comments
Tags: dirty, poster, Print
Again, using my favorite browser add-on; StumbleUpon, I ran across this great poster design. The artist didn’t seem to have a client in mind, but my mind started racing through all the different companies that could use this idea for promotional items (an offset printer, art supply company, general contractor, firefighters, dirty jobs – my favorite show!)
Click the first icon below to run through the process of opening the poster.
January 6th, 2010 | Posted in blog | No Comments
These ads are so popular you can find them on hundreds of blog sites on the internet. How about one more.
September 25th, 2009 | Posted in blog | No Comments
Tags: contest, frame, idea, photo, winer
Veer.com started an online contest for designer to spark creativity, and give away some cool prizes. Each week there was a different design challenge. Weekly winners recieved a one week subscription to their stock photography marketplace.
I decided to enter contest #4. The contest was simple: take a paper picture frame (provided by veer), frame something, and photograph it. I decided to take it a couple steps further, turning it into a winning idea.