Print Designs

“The art of art, the glory of expression and the sunshine of the light of letters, is simplicity.”

— Walt Whitman

Disney World

Vacation Club Timeshare 

Disney Vacation Club is a vacation ownership program—or timeshare—that helps you stay close to the magic. As a Member, you can enjoy a more cost-effective way of taking Disney vacations. Each containers was covered in embossed leather and fabric then hand assembled. They are given to the owners of a newly signed timeshare program to keep their records and contract safe. The concept was taken from The Book of Spells from The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

IBM Rational Software

“More” Trade Show

After the merger of IBM and Rational Software, IBM sponsored a series of trade shows to promote the merger. These cubes contained a brochure, a learn more card and foam jigsaw puzzel to illustrate the new strenght of IBM Rational and how you can do “More”.

Harvard Business School Publishing

Time Based Competition

This booklet and DVD case were part of the eLearning course materials from Harvard Business Publishing bring real-world business situations to life. Through animation, sound, and video, these online learning tools provide engaging business lessons that resonate.

Designed for incoming MBA students at Harvard Business School, this course offered comprehensive introductions in their subject areas. Tests and quizzes are included to assess student mastery.

Polaroid

Test Magazine

This industry magazine (direct-mail piece) showcased up-and-coming photographers using cutting-edge techniques with Polaroid film. The series was quite successful in bringing artists in the photographic, painting and illustration fields together to experment, collaborate and create.

Associates MasterCard

Kiki & Joe Campaign

With high levels of cash back on rotating categories, intro 0% interest and no annual fee, The Associates Credit Card Company offered VISA and MasterCards for newly graduating college students. It was one of the top cards available to them to build their credit.

The campaign consisted of two characters (students) named Kiki and Joe, portraying them in a variety of life events often faced by the newly graduated.

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