Category Archives: Print Design
The Band Geek Mafia are a great ska/punk band from Germany and their record label, Long Beach Records Europe, asked me to do their latest EP cover work and promotional items to go along with it. Check out the band’s website at http://thebandgeekmafia.de.
Just wanted to give a huge thanks to Dave Alexander, Paige Reynolds, Gary Pullin, Angus Buyers and everyone who came out to the “If they came from within: an alternative history of Canadian Horror” panel that was held at this year’s Fan Expo / Festival of Fear event.
Had a great response to my poster which I was very surprised with and really appreciated the positive feedback. It was not an easy task doing a poster for THE Brandon Cronenberg, and being along side such talented artists as mentioned above was a definite honor!
Photo: Paige Reynolds
Another production I had the pleasure of working on at Rue Morgue was the first in a line of many to come books that Rue Morgue will be releasing.
This first one is a 164 page book on “200 Alternative Horror Films You Need To See”. Every publication out there gives you their top 10 or 20 horror movies to watch and they are all the same, although great, predictable movies. This publication has a great selection of movies you have never heard of, or heard of, but never thought of watching.
Stoked to have been apart of it and trust me, it is worth every sent you spend on it.
Look for it in most good book stores and online HERE.
As you can see from the date, I finished this poster a while back for Eddie Clendening and Dominion On Queen, but forgot to post it up on the site.
So here it is…
As promised in my previous post, here’s what I have been working on over the past couple of weeks.
Haunted House Creations is a haunted house prop and special effects shop based in Toronto that specializes in the creation of pretty much anything you would find in your favorite haunted house. From zombies to bats, prisoners being electrocuted to an obese chef swaying with a plate of brain food. There’s nothing they can’t do, and at a quality you won’t believe.
They asked me to design a new look and feel for the company with a new logo, business cards and tees for their re-launch at the ScareFest convention that happened this past weekend. I was more than happy to oblige and below is the final outcome of the weeks of work.
The great folks at Blame Betty in Calgary asked me to redesign their brand identity with some new logos to be used on the online marketing, and store windows etc.
They wanted to keep the font they had already been using but needed a new, fresh “pazzaz” on the original design.
I had a blast doing it and if you’re ever in Calgary make sure you pop in to their store and get yourself some fine threads.