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Poster Design

A yummy selection of posters over the years.



1-5. Interact

Each year, Tyler School of Art | Temple University in Philadelphia hosts the Interact event. This is an annual juried show, reviewed by leading interactive designers from within the industry.

Recognition: The Interact 5, 8 & 10 posters are Graphis gold award winners. The Interact 5 poster was selected to be part of the prestigious Golden Bee 7 Show in Moscow.

6. The Hurricane Poster Project

Everyone involved in this project donated their services. We designed and donated this poster for The Hurricane Poster Project, to help raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Posters were sold on a dedicated website to raise money for this tragedy.

Recognition: This poster was awarded a gold and featured in Graphis Posters. It was also selected for an exhibition commenmorating the 20th Anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. It was also selected for a poster exhibition held in Louisiana and it was featured in an exhibition of global posters, held in the Ukraine.

7. Splendent Sun

This two-color, silk-screened poster was designed to promote a play of the same name. It was performed as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. The play, written by our own Dermot Mac Cormack and produced by the Vox Theatre Company had a sold-out run through the festival.

Recognition: Awarded a gold and featured in Graphis Posters. It was also selected for Communication Arts and awarded a silver from The Art Directors Club.

8-9. Design Workshop in Japan

Designed for Tyler School of Art’s annual summer design workshop in Temple University, Tokyo & Kyoto, it helped raise awareness about this exciting program in Japan. Students from around the country, immersed themselves in the culture of this fascinating country and produced designs for print and interactive mediums in this intensive six week course.

Recognition: Poster 9 was awarded a gold and featured in Graphis Posters.

10. Theater poster

Created for a one man show in Philadelphia’s Arden Theater, featuring the work of James Joyce.

Recognition: Selected for Print’s International Annual Review of Design.