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An Evening With The Honourable Bill Graham

My first foray into politics!! Although, in in the end it was more of a call to drink than a call to arms.

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First Time Tour Poster

I assembled the photo of the band out of four individual shot and placed them on this big cement bench thingy. The logo is taken from the EP cover and the white strip at the bottom is used for individual venues to write-on dates, times etc.

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First Time ITS ON CD Cover

I really like this photo of the shark with the superimposed gold tooth. Actually, all of us in the band and the producer did as well. One reviewer did NOT - but you can't please everyone I guess. Long live pimp shark!

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First Time - 3 SONG EP Cover

The title is pretty self explainitory. I played off the fact that it was not for sale, rather just being sent out as promo or as special mail order.

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Virus Clothing Logos/Labels

This client wanted some different virusses (virusi?) for her clothing line. She originally was going to go with actual photos, but I thought drawings worked better not only for copyright reasons but in terms of looking good printed at any size. For the record, these are actual virusses - West Nile, Corona, Herpes and Hepatitis thanks very much!

Tools: Illustrator

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Soap Opera TANGIERS CD Cover

I was going for kind of a far away strange place vibe for the cover as that was the vibe of the title as well as the CD. I am still pretty happy with this original illustration as drawing was never my strong suit

Tools: Photoshop, Illustrator

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Soap Opera - POISED CD Cover

CD cover for their debut CD. If you are wondering what that is on the cover it is the "bathroom" from the studio in which the disc was recorded which was little more then a hole cut into the floor. Poised Indeed!

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ETFolios/Etrade

They wanted some web ad banners to accompany thier latest campaign.

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Popcan CD Singles

These were for the singles from the Popcan CD which were promoted to radio. There were I think three all together but all had a similar look to them.

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Chart Magazine Ads

Small one off ads that bands would run in Chart Magazine to promote a cd or a tour.

Tools: Photoshop

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Bran Van 3000 Radio Promo cards

When Bran Van's single Drinking In L.A. first took off, they wanted to have promotion cards in place for this, their follow up single. The cards were handed out at shows and mailed to fans.

Tools: Photoshop

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Rockschool Business Cards

These cards were drawn up for Rockschool music managers. They wanted something fun and eye catching.

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Southpaw poster

Another example of a street poster, this one for a particular show rather than a template for a tour but it could have been used in that capacity if need be.

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Great Big Sea Poster

A template poster which would be used as a streeter poster for each city on their tour.

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The Nines Poster

This was to be an all-purpose concert promo poster (hence the blank white space at the bottom).

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Blurtonia Poster

This was a poster promoting the band's new cd and upcoming tour. It doubled as a full colour ad in a number of publications.

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Quest Promo Cards

There were a number of ongoing member promotions from Quest Personals. Here are a few different examples that i worked on.

Tools: Photoshop, Illustrator

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