The Art work above was all created in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Listening to this artist song entitled,”Mud Island,” he rapped about the features of Mud Island and the luxuries of Memphis TN. The song continuously talks about drinks and partying. So I got the idea to embrace the artist by making the art work look as if he is on top of an island seeking outward, but the island is bordered by a wine glass. The way the artist has is hands make it seem as if he is excited and there’s so much activity going on in Mud Island, downtown memphis, ect, and he can’t wait to see what awaits him. The name of this Rap Artist is Jpatron. The title of this single is “Mud Island.”
These logos were created for Cornerstone Church of Christ. I came up with this logo theme by peicing apart the church name and then going with the color theme of the church.
This church festival flyer was created for Cornerstone Church of Christ. Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator were both used for this project.
I really enjoyed creating this Greek Flyer for a friend of mines who is in the Delta Sorority. After I found this picture of a beautiful strong radient and powerful woman, I wanted to go with a royal theme that showed glamorous rubies, along with the rich cream color. The difficult part about this project was content layout architecture. I wanted to create an appealing flyer, but also make sure that the content was readable. This was very important to my client because this flyer was for many to follow when it came to directions for this event. The response was magnificant. All of the Delta’s loved the graphics.
This flyer was created for Northeastside Church of Christ. All artwork was created in Photoshop. Everyone loved how this flyer was appealing to the younger people and also the more season people. I got the color scheme idea from colourlovers.com.
The Flyer above was created in adobe illustrator and Photoshop. The man and lady that you see at the top of the flyer were traced and illustrated 1st in adobe illustrator and then brought into Photoshop. The paint splatter effect was done with the use of brushes from brusheezy.com.
This flyer was created in adobe Photoshop. Picture of little girl was found on pinterest.com. Different filters were used to give texture.
Above is a save the date flyer in which I created in Adobe Photoshop. This flyer was actually turned into a magnet. Font was found on DAFONT.COM, and light rendering was all done in adobe