I created this advertisement for a local business magazine. Our message was while we worked with everyone all over the nation, we are here in your backyard. I utilized "The Bean" in Chicago that shows the reflection of the city.
I was called upon to create a die-cut folder in the shape of a piggy bank that would be used as a mailer. Inside the folder were charts to advertise to potential financial institutions of our creative services.
I created a Food and Beverage Folder to hold our Drink Chart/Pear Wheel. I fashinoned it out of a Martini while using the die-cuts for the olives to let the inside color of the folder to show through.
One of our salespeople at ASC/PG does a yearly Chinese Calendar for promotional use. Since I already had cartoons of a cheerful monkey that I created I was asked to use him on the 2016 pop-up. The pop-up folds flat then "pops" from the envelope into a 3-dimensional piece.
I was asked to create a Gingerbread Pop-Up House as a Holiday Greeting for our Company. It came flat then expanded when pulled from it's envelope. We printed inside the house where you could see Santa enjoying a beverage after delivering toys.
I was tasked to create Pop-Ups with the images of potential Presidential Candidates for a tradeshow. We created multiple Pop-Ups and ran a voting system during the show. People were invited to our booth to pick up their favorite candidate which we then wrote on a tote board. At the end of the tradeshow we tallied up who won in our mock election. This ended up being one of our most popuplar campaigns!
I drew this using Adobe Illustrator with photo reference. I drew Teller on purpose with a smirk. Years ago I had told him I had to smile in pictures because my Mother thought I looked like I was smirking. Teller responded "I have made a living out of smirking!"