Globally, we are currently consuming a million plastic bottles per minute. 91% of these bottles go without being recycled. KILO is a high-end, sustainable, French fashion label that uses materials made from these plastic bottles. KILO aims to turn a problem into an innovative trend by collaborating with well known designers to create entire collections out of repurposed plastic waste thus changing the fashion industry.
Baume is a naturally hydrating skincare brand with products for all skin, regardless of your age, gender, or budget. Baume is vegan, cruelty-free, and so gentle that anyone can use it.
The goal of this independent study project was to mix old design methods with new to recreate posters and packaging for some of my favorite French New Wave films. These were modeled after the Criterion Collection which is a series of important classic and contemporary films.
Capri is a scent collection and fragrance line inspired by the shapes and scents of Capri, Italy.
The goal of this project was to rebrand How Design Magazine. The concept was to update the look of the magazine itself but also to highlight graphic design found in fine art, fashion, music, and pop culture as well. The new magazine will delve deeper into the graphic designers behind the brands we consume. Each cover will now contrast two images from an artist’s work with minimal words on the cover. Each issue will become more of a collector’s item for fans of that artist as well as offer the usual articles.
These covers highlight the work of Jess Cochrane, Georgia Hill, Deva Pardue (For All Womankind), and Pablo Thecuadro.
Poster for The Jake Botts Quartet at Rudy’s Jazz Room in Nashville, TN using film photos taken by Jansen Gibson.
Jake Botts is a dynamic alto saxophonist with a soul-influenced vocabulary, unique sense of melody, and a powerful, tone. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Jake graduated from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City where he studied with jazz and commercial saxophone luminaries such as Vincent Herring, Jaleel Shaw, and Ian Hendrickson-Smith of the Roots.