Designed for Print
Here is a book which I did the interior design for. The Gifts We Keep from Ooligan Press Publish date of April 16th 2019. I worked on the publishing team for this book for the year. This is my first book interior and I learned a lot about typesetting in the process. The biggest challenge for this particular interior was the table of contents. The best part of learning through Ooligan is the mentors and teachers who I could go to for help every step of the way.
I created this bookmark for Overcup Press and their book Tilikum Crossing. The front side of the bookmark shows the limited edition print of the Tilikum Bridge. Overcup needed collateral to advertise for the sale of the print. On the backside of the bookmark I re-created the cable design which is included in the interior of the book.
I designed the tipsheet for The Gifts We Keep. Ooligan has a set of colors and a base layout for all tipsheets. Since this book is published in a partnership with the Library Writers project, the tipsheet needed to include more information than most, therefore I needed to alter the design to accommodate. I chose to keep the side bar on both sides to offset the press info.
Volcanoes, Palm Trees & Privilege by Liz Prato from Overcup Press, is partially about travel. The author had the idea of a boarding pass with pub date and other info included to pass out at conventions for collateral. At the time the book cover was not yet finished, so the design here does not reflect the cover elements. I created 2 different designs and this is the one the publisher chose.
Logo & Business Cards
I designed this logo for an equestrian center. The main logo will be used for the business sign, but the shape of a traditional business card required some adjustments to the elements of the logo. I offered 3 designs for the cards and several for the logo which the client chose between. The horse graphic was found and licensed through stock images.
Overcup Press needed a shelf-talker for 99 Ways to Make a Pipe. The green is again from the book cover. Shelf-talkers are actually 6×8″ but the top section is blank to hold it to the shelf. To maintain cohesion, I borrowed the reflecting leaf pattern from another designer working on the same book.