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Worked with several local and international organizations via a liason to design a poster for the 2015 Pets in the Park, a city-wide celebration of our furry little friends here in Saskatoon!
Ever since 2014, I've been designing anywhere between two to four seasonal editions of the Prairie Horizons. Each instance of this project includes layout design, graphic design, typographic design and image sourcing as required. Each edition is between 24-36 pages long.
Design a series of assets for K-pop4Life, a growing YouTube channel focusing on Korean music reviews and discussions. This was the final design that made it to print for the t-shirt.
This illustration was one of four designs made. Each was based on an animal described in Revelation in the Bible: Lion, Leopard, Dragon and Bear. The illustration was then used on posters, social media postings and presentation slides.
This tattoo sleeve was hand-designed with the clients desires in mind. As an avid fan of the animated series "The Last Airbender", the tattoo incorporates the four elements (Fire, Air, Earth, Water) into the background design, the the dragon and helmet as the centerpiece.
One of multiple pull-up banners redesigned for Burman University, this one was made as a general representation of their institution. It showcases the different facets of the university in one glance: the education, the arts, the worship and the community.
One of a series of brochures designed for Burman University. All brochures of this series were designed with a similar theme in order to facilitate the transition for new and transfering students into the university and providing them information they would need.
This poster was designed for the yearly health event held in Saskatoon called "Lets Move Day". It helps educate people to a healthier lifestyle, encourages exercise, outdoor play and even provides an opportunity to try a 2KM or 5KM run.
This t-shirt was designed for the Psychology/Education department in Southwestern Adventist University. The design continued to gain interest on the internet with other colleges/clubs asking to use it for their own groups.
This quadrennial meeting booklet had a lot of information and numbers to present and had to be designed with the ease of reading it in mind. Multiple infographics and other graphic aids were used in order to keep it as interesting as possible from cover to cover.
A pamphlet to help educate people on what a Centre for Peace and Justice will do for the community with a call to action to get involved.
This design was made specifically for the SWAU Graduating Class of 2013. This design was then printed on their sweaters and used in other publications and advertisements.