Down and dirty TY Gif made by my fantastical intern Andrew http://www.awagenha.com/ and I for our agency partner BBDO for their collaborative work with the Barbie team on winning a Silver Cannes Lion for the Imagine the Possibilities campaign. #OneTeamOneDream
From the Project Graveyard – Logo concepts for Slurpee’s 50th anniversary. Fun Fact: I only had a day to work on these! #agencylife
FSI creative for Pine-sol specifically targeted at Hispanic customers. Influences were bright, geometric patterns from hispanic textiles, papel picado and my neighbors growing up. #TBT
Proud and humbled to be able to join Mattel in 2016 as a Project Designer for the Barbie Global Brand Team. I’ve only been here for less than a month and am super excited to be a part of the evolution of Barbie as the doll evolves.
Make your eyeballs happy at The Neon Museum in LV, NV.
Collaboration with Sour Patch Kids and Slurpee for 7E’s 2015 Summer store look.
84" x 48" Wall Art for kitchen at RR Partners in LV, NV.
Hawaii is one of my favorite places to be. The inspiration for my personal logo was staring at me while I was waiting for the Bus in Waikiki a couple of years ago.
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My buddy Thanh and I made the HOW Design Live 2015 Recap website -- Best part: the caption that says "Possibly the most popular line was the one for coffee".
Chicago 2015 - Some snapshots from my trip to HOW Live.
I make a lot of things for 7-Eleven, here are a couple of random projects that I've worked on that were on my desk.
From the Project Graveyard - Various Logos from freelance, pro bono and my 9-5 clients.
That one time I woke up to a text from a friend that needed a Salsa label in 10 minutes for her family's holiday party.
From the Project Graveyard -- Slurpee Machine Translite for Manhattan markets only.
Babysitting Coupons for my best friend's baby sitting clients.
Sometimes we have a drinking field day when the bosses go out of town and sometimes I get to make the logo for it.
Testing out the 3D printer today with mini sour patch kids and Slurpees!
They ask me what I do and who I do it for and I say one word, Hens.