How can you recreate the essence of a retail store in 2D media like print and transit boards? With The Container Store, we showed very clearly how the brand helps people create more space and get their living spaces more organized.
If you're ever in Kansas City, be sure to stop by the nifty American Jazz Museum. The Jazz scene was huge there in the '30s and '40s. I created these posters for KC agency Muller+Co.
Dimensional direct mail piece touting UPS International Returns service.
Committee for Children develops programs for kids that teach them how to identify, prevent, and report bullying when it happens.
As we all know, bullying is a timeless problem, but CFC’s Second Step program is modern solution, so our concepts used vintage imagery to make that point.
Did you know that when ships often dump cargo into the ocean in unsteady waters? It happens. There's a lot of stuff at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
UPS doesn't just ship cargo worldwide — it insures cargo, even if it's not shipped on a UPS boat.
I wrote these web videos for CBT Nuggets, a company that produces IT training videos. I also wrote the company's tagline: "Watch. Learn. Conquer."
Channellock Pliers is an American-made brand known for its toughness. And more iconically, its blue handles. So in this case, having the "blues" is a great thing.
Yanmar is a manufacturer of diesel engines for farm, marine, and construction use. And they've always stayed true to their mission to think of their customers like neighbors — because the first small engines they created were for neighbors whose livelihoods depended on efficient, reliable power.
These print ads capture the essence of the Yanmar mission.
I took the best of my Talent Zoo columns and published them in 2011. It’s available on Amazon, or contact me directly for a copy.
Available on Amazon, or contact me directly for a copy.
When is too much of something a great thing? When it’s an all-you-can-eat catfish special. Of course, too much of a silly yodeling catfish hanging on the wall can grate on one's nerves.
Check out the TV commercial, and it’s companion radio spot featuring voiceover legend Gary Owens.
Some random concepts and work from various clients.