These are materials that were created for the opening of the Thinkery. It was formerly the Austin Children's Museum, and the grand opening was to introduce the new location, building, exhibits and brand to the community.
These are some examples of invitation suites, programs and other printed materials that I designed as co-founder and lead designer of Marigold Paper, a boutique stationery and design company.
This mural was a collaboration between art students from Garza High School and the Thinkery, the New Austin Children's Museum. Once the final design was approved, it was printed and professionally applied in the Spark Shop exhibit.
I served as Art Director on this project and oversaw the layout, printing and installation of this piece.
These are examples of materials created for Imaginarium, the annual fundraising gala by The Thinkery. Through my time at the museum, I created invitations, programs, event signage, posters, bid paddles, table tents, email templates and web graphics.
Self-initiated custom lettering pieces.
These are examples of signage and print collateral that were created during my time as a Graphic Designer at the Thinkery, The New Austin Children's Museum.
Signage sizes ranged from 3" x 5" to 48" x 48" and were printed on a variety of materials.
This is the branding for Marigold Paper. The look was meant to be clean and bright. And it incorporated a block-printed stamp to demonstrate the blend of eastern and western elements in our design offerings.
Greenbelt Touring, an Austin booking agency, needed new branding that was clean and refined. It was applied to the website, letterhead, and banners for social media (Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).
These materials were created for the Austin Ed Fund fundraising luncheons over the past 4 years. The luncheon helps raise money for grants that are then distributed to the Austin Independent School District (AISD).
These pieces were created for the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders annual birthday bash fundraising event. Collateral that was made included invitations, envelopes, letterhead, event posters, signage, email templates and web graphics.
These business cards and infographic were created for Hotels for Hope, a company that takes part of the proceeds from hotel room bookings and donates it to non-profits that aim to improve the lives of children.