Category Archives: Design
A rough prototype of a table designed by my little brother and I. The whole thing cost less than $20, including about $12 for the steel, $4 for the scrap plywood, and $3 for the hardware. It works as either
An icon that I made for The Bethel Magazine. It is used to signify when more information can be found on the Bethel University website. The client asked specifically for “that mac bubble” look.
A type treatment for a lecture series my youth pastor was going to do. I am not sure if it was ever used. Maybe he was too nice to tell me that the Easy Cheese typeface I constructed wasn’t quite
A graphic I made and screen printed onto my friend’s kick drum. The creepy parakeet/general had a good run, showing its unassuming face in music venues all around the Twin Cities, but it has since been retired.