Posters

The Founder

This is a movie poster for The Founder that uses iconography to get the concept of the story to the viewer. 

This is a harsh poster for the movie. But when you look closely you can see all the details. The main body of the poster is actually the franchise agreement that McDonalds uses but then is carelessly handed showing the disrespect that Ray Kroc gave to the McDonalds brothers.

Fyre Fraud

This is a movie poster for the documentary Fyre Fraud that uses juxtaposition to get the concept of the story to the viewer.

Billy McFarden promised everyone the party to end all parties and ended up creating Millennial Hell on Earth. The neon is the party that was promised the the harsh type showing the truth of the fraud.

Baywatch

This is a movie poster for Baywatch that uses similes to get the concept of the story to the viewer. 

Can you see the iconic red swimsuit in the life bouy?

The Nun

This is a movie poster for The Nun that uses metaphors to get the concept of the story to the viewer.

The demon Valak has the ability to transform himself to hide in his surroundings. Because he was originally trapped in an Abbey he chose to disguise himself as a Nun.

Jonestown-Historic Poster

Historic posters are always an unique way to see the events through different eyes from what you read in history books. 

Ugly Mug

What is an Ugly Mug? How can you call someone or something ugly when beauty is in the eye of the beholder? 

By photo collaging extreme parts I was able to create a face that doesn't look right and a little disturbing. It becomes ugly in the sense that it doesn't go together.

Stumbling Santa Pub Crawl

A tradition for all holidays it seems pub crawls are a fun experience for all those involved.

Downtown Memphis is home to many great bars. From the famous Beale Street to the local favorites on Main Street.

Tupelo Pride 2019

A little bit more of an edgier take on the traditional Pride design. I felt like it was important to show how those in the LGBT community shine and break through the harshness of the everyday world.

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