So, I got to my office this morning and looked up to see a make Daring Jumping Spider on my wall. I figured that an office is no place for this little guy so I caught him and am going to release him later on today into a garden. I couldn’t resist taking a quick photo though the green on the cheliserae is beautiful.
Well, the original design for the Ditch Poster went over very well but I was asked to do a slight revamping to modernize it a bit. I was told to keep the text basically the same but change the focal image. I took a photo of the prop axe from the movie and came up with these two designs. I think they came out pretty nice, yet bloody….
I spent last Saturday trudging through the wilderness of back bay in Newport Beach. It is a really nice place to go and spend an afternoon if the weather is right. The upper part is great this time of year with some good trails and a ton of nice flowers. There are humming birds buzzing all over and you can usually see a fair amount of hawks hovering around and hunting the millions of rabbits that live there. Occasionally you can catch a glimpse of some burrowing owls who live there also.
The lower part can get pretty mucky but is work a little hike. There are a ton of march birds and lots of butterflies that wander a midst the reeds and bullrush down by the water.
I was dredging through some stuff and found this from a while back. We had a Cinco De Mayo Party at the office and I was told to make a small poster. My goofy sense of humor got the better of me. Used Adobe Photoshop.
Since doing the Ditch Day Massacre poster, I have been toying with other ideas for posters. These are just based on a concept for a movie that I came up with called “The Pier” I just ran with the idea and came up with these two mock-ups. The pier pilings were from a photo that I took and the rest were obtained via web searches. Both the posters were created using Adobe Photoshop.