The Traveler series was a project I worked on when I was designing custom pin and patches for the National Parks. The goal was to create a complete set of pins for all 60 National Parks. We wanted them to have an element that tied them all together, but space that they could all be different designs. The black swoop on the bottom is the telltale sign it’s part of the Traveler Series. This is the perfect collection for those that want all their pins to be part of a cohesive set.
I was commissioned to create graphics for The Bus Fair, a tiny fair showcasing school bus tiny homes held in Oakridge, Oregon. The concept was to create fair like graphics with a cascadian twist that included a cut away of the inside of a converted school bus. When I approached this project I needed o create a brand that could be applied to all the different print media as well as web graphics, merchandise and wayfinding signs. I used drawings, textures, fonts and photos to achieve the overall look and feel I was going for.
To learn more about The Bus Fair go to thebusfair.com
Travel Stamps is an ongoing project that started many years ago while developing product lines for the National Parks. Today we’ve developed a series of collectable National Park stamps as well as all 50 state stamps. Stay tuned for the massive expansion we are currently working on with the goal of being a nationwide collectable system. Use the albums and guides to collect and share the places you’ve been.
Urban dictionary defines “snarkie” as a small shrimp like creature with the ability to claim anything as it’s own only by barfing on it.
Pragmatic Crustacean is a line of cards for the snarky shrimp in all of us, short and to the point word vomit for when sentimentality doesn’t come naturally.