An informational motion graphics video about a new and innovative amenities collection. This video showcases the benefits of having a pouch amenity for hotels in comparison to a standard tube/bottle.
36 Days of Type
"36 Days of Type is a project that invites designers, illustrators, and graphic artists to give their particular view on the signs from our alphabet.
36 days of restless creativity, in which participants are challenged to design a letter or number for each day, resulting in an overall view of the ability to represent the same sign from many different perspectives.
A project that aims to create a space for creation around typography and its endless graphic possibilities."
A collection of tube designs for the rebranding of the Aqua-Aston Hospitality group. There are three different branches and each collection was designed to match the style of their properties. The designs reflect various parts of the environment and culture of the Hawaiian islands.
A three poster series created to raise awareness about global warming and its harmful effects on the Great Barrier Reef. Due to the raise in water temperatures, corals can lose their color (a harmful process called coral bleaching). The posters were designed to reflect this process by slowly losing their color to reveal a hidden message.
The series was initially created with pencil, sharpie, and watercolor before bringing it into photoshop for final touches.
Actual size 18" x 24". Created with Jonathan Torres and Erin Miyahira.
A Hawaiian amenities collection designed to be versatile and fit into any hotel guest room. The larger packaging style was chosen in an effort to be environmentally conscious. Unlike smaller packaging that needs to be switched out daily, this bottle is more sustainable and produces less waste.
An experimental typography project using non-traditional methods to print. The fish's scales acted as a natural grid, which was used to create the letters.