'Toronto street signs' is a continuing art project that pays homage to the many street corners that are near and dear to countless Torontonians. This project features digital prints of street signs that bring back fond memories of where you once lived, went to school, your first job or whatever gives you the warm fuzzies.
This poster was designed to encourage employees of Doug & Serge to participate in Movember 2013. Lynn and i jumped at the opportunity of producing and crafting this simple piece over a period of two days.
So far, it has gained reasonable appreciation and has been recognized for typography in Designedge 2014.
Mucho Burrito wanted to refresh their in-store hot sauce offering and as a part of the process, we were asked to rename and repackage the sauces in a way that reflected the cheeky personality of the brand. Lynn diligently tasted each hot sauce to find new names as i began illustrating varying degrees of tongue torturing inferno.
"She means something different to every one who sees her, who knows her."
lllustrated directly onto my daily cup of coffee, this personal art project explores the different faces of the Starbucks Siren through a series of topical and culturally relevant line drawings.
Niharika Thanki and Robert Wheaton are one of the most modest and unassuming couple i've had the privilege of knowing.
It was quite obvious that they were looking for a simple and elegant solution that had subtle undertones of the indian culture that Robert had grown so accustomed to during their courtship.
I designed this card as a simple two sided postcard. The solid vermilion on the reverse contrasts the simplicity of the debossed artwork on the front.
Here is a compilation of logos that i've had a lot of fun designing over the past few years. They are for a variety of clients from podcast broadcasters, bakery products, radio stations, adventure and tourism companies to consulting firms.