In 2011 I became an Art Director at Google leading a team working on rebranding Google and Google related properties. I personally have developed a variety of logos, icons & illustrations which are featured throughout their global products, while my team and I have contributed to the rebranding / redesigning of such Google products as: Google Adsense, Google Analytics, Blogger, Google Books, Google Calendar, Contacts, Google Docs, Google Earth, Gmail, Google Groups, Google Maps, Reader, Street View, Google Translate, Google Voice etc. Our main focus has been on the development of the most comprehensive visual asset brand guidelines in the history of the company.
RVCA & This Los Angeles asked me to do an installation in the windows of the RVCA San Francisco store. The installation, entitled California Sunrise, was on display for the months of April through August, 2012. The installation / sculpture was made from a variety of wood, moulding, rope, canvas & succulents.
Little Paper Planes launched a new series of large prints and asked me to design one color print and one black and white print. They are both limited editions of 50 hand numbered prints with my printed signature. The color print measures 42×42 inches and the black and white print measures 36×36 inches. The color print is available here and the black and white print is available here.
They did a mini interview with me, which you can read here.
I designed and constructed a 30 foot tall permanent installation in the J Crew shop right in the heart of Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. The installation is right in the entryway of the store and is visible while outside in the plaza. It is made from a variety of woods (poplar, pine, cedar & mahogany), molding & rope.
I made a short video of the installation which you can view here.
The Standard Hotel in West Hollywood asked me to create an installation which would be on display for a month behind the reception desk in their lobby. The installation was on view from the 15 February – 15 March, 2011 and featured a wooden sculpture and a series of flags / bunting.
They also did a small interview with me on their blog, which you can read here.
Candystore Collective is a boutique in San Francisco which opened a second location, “Hello by Candystore,” which features a permanent installation I designed & constructed. The installation was constructed in a week in June of 2010 and is comprised of; fencing post, an old bed frame, rope and random pieces of molding. The store is located at: 2226 Bush St San Francisco, CA.
I was asked to do a small window installation and pop up shop at the Museum of Contemporary Art store which was inside a building by Frank Gehry in Santa Monica, California. The installation / shop, entitled The Very Living, was up for 2 months and featured: a series of drawings, T shirts, signed edition of prints, button packs and belt buckles.