Experiment with vectors and type! For the New York Times article “Big Price Tags Attached to Even the Littlest Leagues” by Mike Tanier. The piece talks of the changing face of sports, how more money pouring into university programs is affecting everything down the line. Parents aren’t just seeing little league baseball as fun activity for their children anymore, but as a possible career path. Scholarships and professional sports are ever-enticing in a tough economy, and parents are dishing out to give their kids any possible advantage.
Read the full article here http://www.nytimes.com/2012/04/24/sports/big-price-tags-attached-to-even-the-littlest-leagues.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
Quick illustration to commemorate my beloved childhood cat Boo. The neighborhood was his kitty kingdom, and he defended it without fear. Every couple of months my dad would have to hold him on the backyard deck as we poured hydrogen peroxide into some ridiculous wound he got fighting a raccoon or possum or sometimes a stray dog. He was enormous and incredibly strong, and he loved my family and all the other pets that came and went in our household.
I’m working with The Noventum to make positive typography posters. This was inspired by a trip to Kansas City’s Vahalla Studios this past weekend. I’m hoping to get more involved with letterpress and serigraphy!
I was lucky enough to design the 2013 spring programming schedule for the student radio station at the University of Kansas. I’ve always loved these posters around Lawrence, so its very exciting to get this opportunity!