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THE BRIEF

Being lucky means sharing the luck with others. The Ladies of Notre Dame and St. Mary’s College are some true do-gooders. One kindness deserves another, so Lucky Creative donated a logo design and website design to the lucky ladies for 2014. The goal was to freshen up the image while retaining the organization’s roots in order to appeal to the next generation of do-gooders.


THE RESULTS

Keeping the organizations roots became a literal translation for the logo and a new WordPress website allows the group to keep their online content fresh. The new website added interactivity to the content including an event calendar to highlight their activities and it never hurts to sprinkle a little Facebook into the mix.


THE BRIEF

Design a logo and website for the annual celebration of all things ‘B.’ Well, a lot of B things anyway, it wasn’t the letter of the day.

 


THE RESULTS

A fresh illustration blending the cycling with the musical overtones drove the logo design. From there, the WordPress website received an overhaul to speak with the four major visitor segments. The new sitemap condensed the content into user-friendly sections and the interface became responsive to lend a big hand to mobile users. Sick photos and a paint job didn’t hurt, either.

 

THE BRIEF

Design a logo and T-shirt for the Pauliefest benefit.

 

THE RESULTS

Keeping the musical spirit in tact with a trendy type treatment and a dash of grunge. A perfect musician’s medley.


THE BRIEF

Design a logo, poster and postcard for the performance of 2nd Skin.

 


THE RESULTS

A medley of action shots juxtaposed over unwavering trees created a visual balance for the performance while piquing interest in the event. Modern dance has a lot of risk-taking and the design did the same.


THE BRIEF

Design a new advertising campaign to promote the Sandbox Children’s Museum. Present the space as a fun place for children to learn with grown-up appeal.

 


THE RESULTS

I used photography of children playing at the museum intertwined with some of my own imaginary illustrations to illuminate the scene. Each ad is dual purpose, highlighting an attraction within the museum and simultaneously promoting an upcoming event. Two birds, one stone and a series of advertisements that appeal to parents and kids alike.