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Bars and clubs aboard Norwegian's cruise ships keep passengers and employees entertained with music videos on ubiquitous screens. Patrons can build their own programs with pay-for-play music video jukeboxes, and Norwegian needed a host of design variations to meld with the themes and decor of specific venues.
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When a chain of Texas and New Mexico Pizza Hut franchises added TVs to their dining rooms, they needed a smattering of ads to populate the screens upon launching the service. Providing little source material and zero notice, the group required instant turnaround on HD messaging, requiring speedy recreation of the corporate brand from scratch.
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Designing for Kindle is tricky business. Considerations include traditional LCD, LED and e-ink screens, multiple color profiles, and a wide range of size considerations. Author Jason Kirk asked for an arresting cover design to represent his extended essay on the sordid, violent relationship between tourism, politics, and sharks in South Africa.
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Unless you're a German-speaking physicist, you'll probably just have to look this one up.
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For its 2009 Halloween costume ball, Seattle's Spitfire partnered with Stolichnaya Vodka to present a heavy hip-hop roster for the night's live entertainment.

We produced street posters, handbills, and internet ads with a deft reference to the 1959 horror classic,
I Spit on Your Grave.
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Competitive doubles Wii Tennis, though hilarious, is no joke. When two skilled Seattle men qualified for the Northwest regional Wiimbledon event, they needed their jocular panache transformed into a compelling brand fit for the absurdity of a sport that encourages contestant drinking.

"Wiinis Envy" sprang forth, and there was much rejoicing.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Pizza Hut
Kindle Publishing
Spukhafte Fernwirkung
"I Spitfire on Your Grave"
Wiinis Envy
Wiimbledon Finalists
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