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Turn back the time.
A poster series promoting an underground theatre.
Pure joy of the Hoff.
This is how a Jackass cracks his nut.
A print ad placed in student papers around the country during final exams.
Be sure your gift is saying what you want it to say.
Here’s your chance to drive a real Nascar.
During the month of October, Carowinds Amusement Park becomes Scarowinds.
To announce the new disposable razors, these printed paper towels were to be placed inside men’s room everywhere.
Motorola, at one point, produced the world’s thinnest phones.
There’s more than what meets the eye in Velux Skylights.
Advertising Industry in America was only 1% black in the 2000s.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month takes place in May.
Creating motion with a still image.
A non-traditional business card for Fire Station Advertising Agency.
A design proposal to unify Maxwell House’s confusing variety of coffee flavors.
POMx Iced Coffee car promoting a healthy buzz.
Various logo projects for various clients.
A collaborative design project with talented Tommy Saputo for a vineyard in Santa Ynez.
A t-shirt designed for the launch event announcing the arrival of General Motor’s first electric car.
A brochure announcing a merger of energy companies.
A rebranding project to market POM Wonderful in Japan.
A “Wonderful” way to entertain people visiting the Wonderful Pistachios website.