Border and frame define the conference room white boards using leaves and twigs that coordinate with the large mural.
This mural, Wake of Happiness, was painted on an entryway wall for the Chicago Workforce Center at 1700 W. 18th Street, in the heart of Pilsen, Chicago.
The brief was open. I could create anything I chose, so I took into consideration the use of the building and the audience that would be passing the mural every day. Because it is a workforce center where people come when they are unemployed and seeking help, I chose a bird icon to represent soaring, flying, and taking off. The dynamic wake of colors and patterns—a stylized landscape—represents good vibrations and happiness. It is meant to have a simple, universal message of positivity—a bold, bright, uplifting design.
Façade graphics for Towle Theater in Hammond, IN show a timeline for their tenth anniversary. 3M transparent window film was used so the view from the interior was unaffected while the exterior view is opaque.
Neon Sign in a mid-century modern style for a 50's downtown business district. Design for sign structure and lettering. (Fabricated by Landmark Signs)
Fiberglass County Seats. Design was done for the actual sculpture in addition to these two of the 70 pieces created for a tri-county outdoor public art project. One for South Shore Arts and one for the Humane Society. (Fabricated by Chicago Fiberglass Works)