Gilsbat Trade Show Booth Backdrop
Gilsbat Trade Show Booth Backdrop

I was tasked with making sure I found a photo where there were no unseen blemishes that popped out when enlarged to 10 feet tall for a trade show booth back drop. I also had to "embroider" the logo onto the sweater.

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TCC
TCC

MOJO Marketing + PR, based in Nashville, was responsible for launching The Cupcake Connection on Magazine Street in New Orleans. They already had assets and branding in place, I just needed to follow them and make the billboard. This shined high above the city of Nashville and its traffic - thanking Nashville for 10 years of successful business with many more years of amazing cupcakes still to come!

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Restore1420 - MOJO
Restore1420 - MOJO

The original install was not satisfactory to the owner. The duotone was really flat, the words broke uncomfortably across the windows, and the imagery just did not tell the right story. The duotone was remade, and alternate images were chosen to illustrate the history and the rebirth of this amazing, culturally-important building. I also offered an additional install to use a blank canvas just sitting there. The client was pleased with the updated reinstall.

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Laurel
Laurel

Laurel Outdoor, now Vector, used to have me do some of their design work for their transit advertising. It isn't always as easy as it looks.

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CATNIP
CATNIP

A local 501-3c non-profit has a lot of adoption and other low-cost veterinary events and needed some large signs. These are a 6' wide adoption banner, a 7' feather flyer banner, a 6' microchip banner, and small CATNIP clinic coroplast sign - 18"x24". They do A LOT of community healthcare for critters of all kinds! (Ducks, horses, bunnies, cats, dogs, chickens... just to name a few) These represent some of the signage they required for various events and such.

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Times
Times

Times is a locally-owned restaurant. In 2019, they were voted "Best Burger" from a local magazine, so they wanted to brag a little (left). I will admit it's my go-to place when I want a burger - YUM! They are also very supportive of education. They have school-specific fund raisers and sponsorships throughout the school year. They also buy a banner for one of the high school's athletic fields (right) to be hung out for the entire year.

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Felicity Kahn
Felicity Kahn

6'x4' sign. Top 3 are proof 1. Builder chose option 1 and made changes. I almost always provide a few options to clients. There are just so many ways to go with the projects. It's one of the many things that makes my job so fun.

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Large Format

Doing large format can have its challenges, but if done right, you can read it a mile away!

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Gilsbar Trade Booth Background

I was tasked with making sure I found a photo where there were no unseen blemishes that popped out when enlarged to 10 feet tall for a trade show booth back drop. I also had to "embroider" the logo onto the sweater.

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MOJO Marketing + PR

MOJO Marketing + PR, based in Nashville, was responsible for launching The Cupcake Connection on Magazine Street in New Orleans. They already had assets and branding in place, I just needed to follow them and make the billboard. This shined high above the city of Nashville and its traffic - thanking Nashville for 10 years of successful business with many more years of amazing cupcakes still to come!

MOJO also tasked me with redesigning a window installation for the Masonic Community Center at 1420 Oretha Castle Haley - one of the oldest black-owned buildings in the city of New Orleans. While the original post wasn't a total success, I saw where there improvements were easily made. I read the rebrand brief and searched the professionally-taken photo library. To me, the original post also didn't tell the right story. I did end up requiring some stock images as well, but with a re-imagined execution,  the client was appeased.

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Laurel Outdoor Transit Advertising

They did bus wraps and bus shelter signs throughout the city. Doing a bus "butt" (as I refer to them) is not as easy as it looks. There are A LOT of places you cannot put anything due to lights or vents or other areas that are "off limits". This goes for the sides as well. You have windows and doors to design around. Shelters are just large posters (or small billboards) but need to be seen by passing motorists. You still only have a split second to catch someone's attention. That challenge is bigger when they are flying by at speeds between 30 and 80 miles per hour and are supposed to be looking at the road around and watching out for other cars... "No more than 7 words" is the general rule of thumb (plus contact info of course), but they still are the embodiment of K.I.S.S.

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CATNIP Foundation

A local 501-3c non-profit has a lot of adoption and other low-cost veterinary events and needed some large signs. These are a 6' wide adoption banner, a 7' feather flyer banner, a 6' microchip banner, and small CATNIP clinic coroplast sign - 18"x24".

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Times Grill Banners

Times is a locally-owned restaurant. In 2019, they were voted "Best Burger" from a local magazine, so they wanted to brag a little (left). I will admit it's my go-to place when I want a burger - YUM! They are also very supportive of education. They have school-specific fund raisers and sponsorships throughout the school year. They also buy a banner for one of the high school's athletic fields (right) to be hung out for the entire year.

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Felicity Kahn and Associates Banner
One of her builder clients needed a banner for a high end dream house in a local preserve area. 3 options were presented to her builder, they chose the first one. It's 4 feet tall x 6 feet wide.