Joshua Tree National Park National Park bucket list item … check. It took me a while to get here, but it was breathtaking, living up to every expectation. I visited on an early Spring getaway to Palm Springs, and since returning I’ve been plotting how to return someday, permanently. Desert sky Dream beneath the desert sky The rivers run, but soon run dry We need new dreams tonight Because there’s
Serving 260,000+ employees, this intranet serves as the portal to all tasks, information, benefits and company information. Through usability research, user interviews, and analysis, we created a new information architecture with toggled experience between the 3 main functions of the Employee Workspace — My Work (the tasks I need to do), My Company (the news I need to know), and My Benefits (the information I need for me and my
During a recent Portuguese adventure, I was exposed to the brilliance of azulejo. Deeply embedded in the country’s history and culture, there are countless wonderful examples of these beautiful tiles. EVERYWHERE. Some of the most famous sites known for their azulejo art include the Sao Bento train station in Porto. Antique azulejos were decorated in a simple color palate, dominated by blues and whites. It is believed that these colors were
I’ve spent much of the past year traveling around the country as part of my goal to see all 50 states before I turned 50. When I started this adventure, I had 13 states left to see. New Mexico was one of these states. In late March, I finally made it to Santa Fe, Taos and to Abiquiú, location of the historic adobe home and studio of Georgia O’Keefe. Stunning.
#typegeek Treasure in Cincinnati On every road trip that I take, I look for the unusual or out-of-the-ordinary spots to stop and explore. The American Sign Museum in Cincinnati is one such found treasure. With over 200 signs and historical American vernacular objects on display, this museum is a must for any #typegeek like myself. Dedicated to the art and history of signs and sign making, the museum is the largest public
This is a recent brand identity I created for Chandra Jewell Photography. I love to collaborate with Chandra, she’s been a huge inspiration to me for over 30 years. High school bff’s can and do exist! Check out her fabulous work on chandrajewell.com.
Beautiful packaging for mixer line from El Paso Chile Co. created by Charles S. Anderson Design—just add ice, alcohol and you’re ready to spin.
Photography, illustration, hand-drawn type, and color all collide in this Jack Purcell Converse advertisement.
The art direction, styling, and photography in Harper’s Bazaar is ALWAYS stellar, and here’s a beautiful example. I never tire flipping through the pages, month after month.
I’m still catching up on piles of magazines in the studio. I couldn’t help but fall for the new look for Dwell Magazine. Beautiful in print and on screen. Happily renewing my subscription immediately. Especially geeking over the type and layout of this article about Cincinnati. dwell.com/dwells-new-look