Meme created for my own campaign in 2014 meant to appeal to feminists, while the text points out that the sex of the candidate isn't as important as her politics. A bit of subtle irony in using a government-funded propoganda poster to endorse smaller government. I changed Rosie's hair to blonde as a nod to my own appearance.
First in a series of 8 memes for a campaign fundraiser. My idea was to have a "censored message" hidden behind the puzzle pieces. As each new financial goal was met, another puzzle piece would be removed to reveal more of "Frank's message." The goal being to incentivize people to donate in order to see more of the puzzle pieces removed. While simultaneously sending the message that donations were the key to removing the censorship.
Number 8 in the fund raiser series. 7 puzzle pieces have been removed to show a fraction of the message hidden below. The thermometer reflects the amount of money raised thus far.
Final meme in this fund-raiser series, which was a huge success. The goal was attained and suprassed, so I created a final meme reflecting that success and hinting at exciting new things to come.
Purely a spoof meme that was never used in my campaign; placed here to grab your attention and to demonstrate my Photoshop skills. Hair coloring, makeup, necklace and outfit created entirely in Photoshop from a standard candidate photo taken by the Secretary of State's office.
This is the introductory meme in a series to promote a local convention called "Big Liberty Little Rock." The theme for this year's convention was "Butilding on our success."
Continuing the theme of "Building on our success" and utilizing bright colors to grab attention.
Continuing the theme of "Building on our success" with lumber and a more harmonious look that emphasizes the logo of the convention.
Promoted meme in this series that adheres to Facebooks strict "20% Text" rule.
Final meme in the series. It focuses on the fact that the day it ran was the last chance to register for dinner with the keynote speaker. Note the placeholder card in the center... a small touch created in Photoshop to personalize the invitation.
This meme implies the label of a notable softdrink by utilizing similar colors and swishing shapes in the background. The bottle was created from a regular bottle of soda. The colors, reflection of the bottle, "Liberty" logo on the label, and the label itself with the ground of bubbles are purely Photoshop and Illustrator creations.
Facebook banner encouraging viewers to vote for the Libertraian Party Candidates.
Facebook banner focusing on the activism and "fun" of being a part of this group. I used sofly curving red "ribbons" on a white ground to create the illusion that varied from the typical rectangle at the top of a Facebook page.
Final Facebook header for my own campaign. The "Thank You " placed strategically to wrap around the Profile Pic that resides near the lower left-hand corner. The intention was to create a banner that actually thanked my supporters with it's harmonious imagery.
Two website header options for national candidates. The customer wanted a template design that could be easily customized for various candidates across the nation.
Layout for an online gaming site meant to benefit veterans. I was playing with ways of creating a header and graphic that ended naturally, but openly at the right. I wanted to restrict the colors of the header mainly to the colors of the logo without it feeling limited. As is my normal mode of creation, I created the logo first and then designed the website around that logo.
A site for a small software company. The site implies quality and energy with the colors in the silver and blue of the background. The "Intrek" block at center top rotates among several banners advertising the latest softwares and current discounts.
Facebook banner for an alternative news site. I wanted to maintain the stark, minimalistic look of the logo by using an actual globe in the background that fades to black. I chose a topographical globe for the subtle texture it adds to the left side of the banner which balances the high-contrast spot of red color on the right side.
Website sample for a Hundai dealership. In the final version, the black cars would be customized to depict the full line of cars available. The user could hover over that verhicle for a frontal view of that model, and they could click the image of the vehicle for more information on the model and colors available.
Information page for the same Hundai dealership. It is designed to help the customer describe and submit their problem simply and easily.
Proposed layout depicting the building and officers for a friendly appearance. It has the usual, 3-column layout for a design from this time period.
Designed to attract attention because of the beauty of the image and the harmony of the text and logos (both of which were created by me as well).
Meme featuring Photoshop manipulation of two well-known images combined with a subtle manipulation of the original movie logo.
Visually noisy, yet compelling meme. Designed to grab attention, mimic the haphazard appearance of the graffiti wall, and imply the variety that individual freedom would produce.
Campaign meme for Facebook utilizing minimal, high-contrast colors to focus attention on the main message. Subtle use of black-and-white, unfriendly photos for the competition versus a full-color smiling photo for the candidate being promoted in the meme.