Client had a concept for a tattoo but needed to refine the idea before getting it done. Sent me a few images (including the first below) and explained he wanted to combine a Phoenix with a clock and the words “Carpe Diem”.
We designed several different concepts using these guidelines, and refined one several times to come up with the end result shown below. Client took design to tattoo artist and the final artwork is also shown below.
Client approached me with a tattoo concept, but didn’t feel comfortable walking into local tattoo parlor and leaving it up to their artist. Wanted to work out the design first and take a finished concept to have tattoo created from.
I was provided with a sketch and a concept – wanted to incorporate the images of a heart, a cancer ribbon and the alzheimer’s association logo within a ying yang circle. The symbols all represented different struggles that loved ones faced (heart disease, cancer, alzheimers) had faced.
Worked with client and concept on several rounds of different ideas and came up with this final design. Below is the original sketch, the final artwork created and the resulting tattoo.
Client wanted me to create for him a “Sharkgull” image for upcoming ad campaign. Asked me to take an image of a sharks head and put it on the body of a seagull and then have it on a beach next to water.
Found three suitable stock images and with Photoshop created the “Sharkgull” images the client was looking for. Below are the stock images I used and the end result.
Had the opportunity to design a couple of packaging labels for Columbus Vegetable Oils and their Butcher Boy line.
The first was a box design for oil specifically designed to fry turkeys. The second was a package label for a new line of Toasted Sesame Oil. Both required finding the correct image to clip and present that would properly represent their product.