Beer labels designed as a gift for my father’s 60th Birthday. I’m very hopeful that one day this brewery will be real.
Created gallery and themed voting platform for Live! with Kelly and Michael’s Oscar special. Pictures were posted live from the Red Carpet and voted on during the show.
Designed for a full-page conference bulletin advertisement.
Used typography and graphically translated images to create a unique t-shirt design for the 2013 Cape Cod Life Saving Competition. Design was also used to make large scale posters and banners. Over 500 shirts were printed and sold.
Aaron Shadwell is a Boston based musician who wanted a better website to promote his music. Based off images Aaron made in photoshop and on paper, we helped him build an interactive WordPress website.
The Head of the Meadow Kahuna Henge was a spiritual art installation built to bring big surf. The project started as a single kahuna pole but grew to a winged arrangement of six. The poles served as a natural gathering place, and were used for multiple weddings, family gatherings, and surf lessons.
Hold On Another Day is a business that fights suicide with music. They had an effective website, but good content tended to getting buried. We helped them improve their information architecture by condensing the menu and re-organizing some content.
WIThero is a campaign by the Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) Wellness Department to take action against sexual violence. The project included a logo, posters, infographics, and WordPress based website for students to sign up for workshops.
Aaron considers it a great triumph that he never learned cursive handwriting. Even at age 8, he had an eye for avoiding wasteful activities and out-of-date communications technology. Today he helps clients connect with their audience by focusing on communications platforms that are technologically well designed and sustainable.
An avid surfer and ocean lifeguard, Aaron spends as much time as possible on the outermost part of Cape Cod. All of the photos on this website were taken in the town of Truro, Massachusetts.