Toussaint L’Ouverture was the leader of the first and only successful slave rebellion/revolution. He led the Hatian slaves to freedom, and in the process developed two very different perspectives of his methods. One side saying that he was the “George Washington” of Haiti: noble, respectable, and just. The other side portrayed him as a merciless savage barbarian, mutilating the bodies of his enemies in unspeakable ways. This poster was created at 30×40″ as a commemoration of his life, from the only two historical perspectives that we have on him: brutal, but giving hope, justice, and freedom to the Hatian slaves.
This 5×5″ booklet is comprised of 52 forms that resembled every upper and lowercase letter of the alphabet. All of these were found either in my home, or around the city of San Francisco.
The purpose of this website was to give Wine Country Brokers a place to have their traffic forwarded to, and where they could showcase current listings. Links from real estate services such as Zillow, Trulia, Bareis MLS, and others will link to this site if the user choses to. This site was created from scratch with no pre-made html/css styling.
This 20×30″ poster was created as a would-be advertisement/informational poster for the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. The logo and photos were created/taken by me as well, and text was taken from their website. The images were designed in a hierarchical way that would first give let them know what the subject was, then showing images of what’s in store, and finally the details if they chose to read them.
This video was made with the intent of being a trailer for San Francisco State’s 2011 Annual Design Show. The footage captures the construction process of the exhibit, from the details to the finished product.