This poster was designed to celebrate the 100th days of Obama in office (again), and to promote Db's second show of the season. The design of the posters for the current season, is more focused on typography, borrowing elements from poster design through different decades. While very colorful, the Obamarama poster still dark enough, hoping,...
This poster was designed for Democracy Burlesque to reflect America's economic reality. It's an attempt to condense into a simple graphic general ideas such as entitlement, haves and have nots, up and down, the way the crisis has been taken so slightly and with a lack of seriousness by the failure that is Congress.
Run Dick Run!is the latest poster designed for Democracy Burlesque.
This poster was inspired by the Learn to Read with Dick and Jane
series. Mischievous Dick runs with Jane's panties in hand while livid Jane chases after him with a rolling pin.
Poster designed for Democracy Burlesque also. The imagery retains the low-fi feel that constitutes the branding effort as well as a consistent layout and color scheme. This poster has an stylized film noir vibe with a dash of humor. I appreciate the patter created by the bitmapped images and the seemed tension between the two...
The Rogue State Cabaret poster was also designed for Democracy Burlesque.This "low-fi" poster inspired by the 80's early 90's punk rock. It incorporates stylized military elements and an aggressive color palette that evokes the cultural/political clash of the Cold War era.
This poster was inspired by the G8 NATO summit that was supposed to take place in Chicago. The tiny-headed figure, allegedly, is that of Chicago's mayor Rahm Emmanuel. That tiny men, trying to fill the big suit as well as the show's title, is a reference to "Psycho Killer" by Talking Heads.
This Occupied poster was designed to highlight DB's previous shows; which, featured sketches involving the politics of the Occupy movement. The Occupied revue show relaid on things being Occupied for humor, and so, the voting booth seemed like a logical visual starting point and adding toilets to the booths was just the next logical step…...
Although it's winter in Chicago, Xmas was such a beautiful, sunny day. I was able to snap these cool shoots at the Edgewater beach.
Calligraphy has enable me to be more aware of the individual letter's structures. I pay more attention to terminals, strokes, counters, bowls, serifs, etc. While I'm not really good at it, I encourage everybody to give it a try. Specially graphic and type designers.