Gold leaf and resin pieces from a model shoot featuring actress and flamenco dancer, Leticia Jimenez at the historic Marigny Opera House in New Orleans.
Motion design of animated ink spills of watercolor illustrations of classic rock icons.
Epilogue’s role was branding and concept design for TribeCon 2013. We organized notable speakers, sponsors, and presenters for the art and technology conference. Thanks to 3Coasts, Blake Haney, Quintron, Lizzy Margiotta, Wes McWhorter, and Kody Chamberlain.
We worked closely with Nessim Higson and I Am Always Hungry Studio to help produce the Love Letters from New Orleans app for the iPad and iPhone.
Love Letters from New Orleans is a photographic and typographic statement that celebrates the spirit and culture of New Orleans, one letter at a time. Spearheaded by I Am Always Hungry studio, Love Letters casts the city in both a positive and provocative light. The project is a collaboration of creators who hold New Orleans close to their hearts and aim to reach a deeper and more diverse audience by exposing aspects and nuances of the city that may have been forgotten.
Star Wars poster illustration reimagined In the tradition of Drew Struzan and Richard Amsel.
Film branding and concept illustrations for The Shotgun Waltz.
“The Shotgun Waltz traces one night of a bicycle delivery boy, Travis, along his search to find his missing sister through the lush, albeit distorted, underbelly of New Orleans.”
Mad Men watercolor and ink illustrations inspired by the AMC television show.
Pan’s Labyrinth watercolor and ink illustrations inspired by the film by Guillermo del Toro.
Breaking Bad watercolor and ink illustrations inspired by the AMC television show.
User Interface and user experience design for websites, tablets, and mobile devices.
Inglorious Basterd watercolor and ink illustrations inspired by the film by Quentin Tarantino.
Neil Armstrong watercolor and ink illustration, a poster designed set in Tom Muller’s Nagasaki typeface.
Watercolor and ink illustration of Indiana Jones inspired by Illustrators Richard Amsel and Drew Struzan.