Logo design for a stylish, new video production company. They wanted their identity to remain oblique. The lower logo is a rejected concept, but now you can view it in all of it’s 72 dpi glory.

Rejected album cover concept for a Toronto-based hip hop artist.

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Logo for a video game workshop based in Toronto. Collaboration with Chris White.


Here are some rejected design concepts for a 2014 Save the Children calendar.

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Worldvision required branding and signage for an installation of an African village in West Edmonton mall. Due to the lack of photo resources and a tight timeline, I created these simple silhouettes which still manage to have emotional appeal. The look was incorporated into several enormous banners, hanging posters, and tickets.

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Logo design for a Canadian video production company, I Screw Robots. They asked for something clean and geometric. I thought it would be a smart idea to abbreviate their name.

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A seven page booklet for the new Rotten Tropics album 'First Blind Quarter'. The goal was for the artwork to be iconic and alienating, while still emotional (much like the music). The geometric shapes suggest deconstructed divisions, alluding to the album title.

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A logo for an interdisciplinary artist foundation in Warsaw, Poland. Designed under the supervision of Edgar Bąk.

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Unused album cover concepts for a Finnish electronic pop group. Completed during an internship with the lovely Studio Tsto.

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A logo and an unused variation for a Polish radio program which loosely translates to ‘Culture in the Big City’. Designed under the supervision of Edgar Bąk.

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Album artwork and music video for a free digital album of dark electronic rock.

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A cover for Lodacal (Lake of Mud), an international comic anthology. These comics are independent and all have a raw aesthetic. My proposal: What if Japanese biker gangs defaced vintage comics?

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My thesis project entitled Piles of Concrete, Miles of Metal: Architectural Typography and Post-Punk Design. You can read the proposal and process documentation on the blog Lose Some Sleep And Say You Tried. Best viewed wearing really cool sunglasses.

Introduction for an proposed television show that would air from 2am to 4am and culture jam content played earlier that day, with an anti-celebrity and anti-consumerist slant. Heavily influenced by the method of détournement and the writings of Guy Debord.

Album artwork for a hazy, electronic post-punk record.