One of my favorite projects so far, I had the pleasure of creating the packaging for Capcom's Official Mega Man™ Limited Edition Headphones, as well as helping with product development. They are now available at GameStop, Toys-R-Us, and at: www.PoweredByEmio.com
Lettering for Juan Gabriel. It started as a fun project at home back in 2012, and unexpectedly ended up being used for these beautiful shoes that he used. I am so honored to have been a small part of it. Thank you, amor eterno.
View full project here:
Co-Branding Campaign with AMC's The Walking Dead and Johnson & Johnson products.
This is a campaign that focuses on what fans will recognize as part of their beloved show, since it features a quote said by most of the main characters throughout the show. It stays true to the “Arrested Development” brand, therefore making it very memorable and recognizable.
This project’s purpose is to re-design Disney’s existing brand for “Monsters Inc.” to fit the storyline better. The colors, shapes, and style in the letterforms represent the several doors we see throughout the movie.
I collaborated with a group to create a campaign to promote Doctor Who's upcoming new season. It is a transmedia campaign incorporating the fans through social media games and competitions; this poster is one of the prizes.
Part of the "Find the Tardis" campaign from the previous image, this shirt was one of the prizes fans could win through social media games and competitions.
"Elixir de la Vida" is a brand of Mexican aguardiente. The packaging's focus is to represent the richness in the product's flavor as well as the bright, colorful, and lively style of Mexican tradition and culture. https://youtu.be/rJxnZTMW-Og
This concept was created to represent the zoo in Madrid, Spain. The typeface in the logo has unique serifs and graphic elements to represent the style of the zoo as well as the animals. This piece was featured in Cal State Fullerton’s 2014 NASAD Show, a 3-week juried competition.
This paper sample aims to show Neenah Paper's whites and yellow tones. The natural color scheme of this collection inspired the cheese box idea and the name "LegenDAIRY Collection."
I collaborated with a team to create a co-branding campaign for the movie “Divergent” and the cosmetics store “Sephora.” We worked with a line of nail polish called “Choosing Ceremony,” in which each color represents a faction from the movie. Each faction is based on each person’s disposition, so this collection is meant to emphasize each person’s individual qualities.
Part of the Divergent and Sephora campaign from the previous image, this piece shows the handouts that would be at the store to explain each faction.
Book jacket design and collateral for Lois Lowry's "The Giver." The design is meant to mimic the controlled environment of the story's community and the hidden pattern represents the emotions and memories that are from the rest of society. https://youtu.be/Qg2f2t0FTG8
“High Res” was a four-month-long project to create a full magazine from scratch. From the magazine’s writing/editing articles, all the way to layout design, artwork, and binding. Both the magazine and its masthead were featured in Cal State Fullerton’s 2014 NASAD Show, a 3-week juried competition.
I collaborated with a team to create “Mangi.” This is an application that offers recipes to people who have different dietary restrictions or preferences. This app is a quick and easy way to find, plan, and prepare recipes with specific ingredients of choice.
Infographic for client Barbells for Boobs at one of my internships. The infographic shows information for basic understanding of breast cancer, how to treat it, and how to prevent it. The piece's style and color scheme matches the brand's.
This is a re-design of painter Tim Cantor's website. The new design is meant to show off his beautiful artwork as well as its corresponding poem as efficiently as possible, while keeping a consistent brand with the artist's work and gallery space.
This is a re-design of Yosemite National Park's website. The main goal is to have the information as accessible to visitors as possible while showing the park's natural beauty.
This artwork was made for the Arts Inter-Club Council at Cal State Fullerton. This piece is meant to represent all aspects of the College of the Arts: Music, Theater, Dance, and Visual Arts.
Arts Week is an annual week-long tradition at Cal State Fullerton, in which the College of the Arts hosts many events and workshops to show what their students and faculty are all about.