Charles Demuth’s 1928 painting “I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold” inspired this artwork for the University of Michigan Jazz Ensemble’s “Seven Eleven” CD. I created the illustration largely in Adobe Illustrator, with a final Photoshop touchup, and adapted a version for the two-color CD imprint.
The client wanted to propose their sophisticated suite of remote sensing systems to the Thai government. This larger poster was sent to decision-makers in the various agencies that they hoped would benefit. The text and images explain the multiple sensor and imaging options available, and outline their many potential uses. Challenges included a disparate group […]
The primary deliverables on this project included a concert poster, program cover, postcards and a banner hung as a TV set backdrop. For these pieces I executed two custom oil paintings, of a string bass scroll and a portrait of Bassist Ray Brown. The bass image with added text (in Photoshop) was featured on the […]
Veridian (formerly ERIM) sought to promote their Willow-Run based flight test center to more fully utilize their fleet of research aircraft. The marketing brochure focused on the unique capabilities of the aircraft and engineering resources provided for research and testing of aerial remote sensing technology. I also assisted the client in editing and translating the […]