This poster was designed for a 2003 hi-tech industry event, hosted by PARTNERS+simons' Professional Services Practice at Boulevard, still one of San Francisco's finest dining establishments.Read More
In the mid-1980s, my wife, and partner, Selene Carlo-Eymer worked as a senior art director for The Woodard Group, a small yet high-powered marketing communications company located in Boston, Massachusetts and lead by Bruce Woodard.Read More
In honor of "Throwback Thursday," I thumbed back through our archives and found this gem from November 2001. A large audience of Boston's communications professionals received this as an invitation to a panel discussion lead by some of the region's most influential communications experts.Read More
Over the past seven years, the board has worked with me in establishing a SciCoh Sharks Brand demonstrated through a website, email campaigns, fundraising materials and apparel. It always gives me a warm feeling when I walk around town and see a young person wearing a SciCoh sweatshirt, T-shirt, baseball hat, or fleece beanie.Read More
There was no pay involved in the design of these posters. The FREE pass was mine. There were no stifling, testosterone driven committees.Read More
I recently completed the design of a book cover for friend/author, Catherine Marenghi. Catherine's new book, "Glad Farm", tells the story of her entrepreneurial parents and the Gladiola farm that they established in the late 1940s.
You are currently viewing the original design concept directions, as well as the revised concepts, and finally, the finished front cover.
Inspiration for the front cover was partially provided by an antique seed catalog that Catherine discovered in a collection of farm paperwork. The photographs featured in the initial concepts were actually part of the family's collection.
For someone longing for spring flowers and the sun that comes with them, this was the perfect fun, creative, and fast moving project. Thank you Catherine. – Doug.
It's is one thing to complete a project–but seeing your product in action and in its intended environment, raises the bar to a whole different level. In a recent post, Passengers Encouraged to Tear-Off, Before They Tear Off, we showed examples of a recently designed poster campaign for Andover Newton Theological School.
Through our friends at Andover Newton and the media company, Titan 360, we received a couple of photos showing our work hanging within the subway cars of Boston's subway system. The most exciting piece of the whole experience? Seeing that many of the tear-off cards were missing! – Doug.