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Author: Michael Morris
A multimedia illustration inspired by C.S. Lewis’ science fiction trilogy. Namely, “That Hideous Strength.” Pencil, watercolor, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
Branding and illustration for a YouTube channel celebrating road trips with children, without relying on screens for entertainment and keeping the kids occupied. A great resource for classic road trip games, tips and tricks for kids, and great destinations for the whole family.
Branding strategy for a new restoration and renovation company for the Walla Wall, WA area. Adapting the “O” into a shape both resembling building materials and a target enforces the idea of strength, accuracy and quality. The dark grey and bright orange, also, look great […]
Imagery design and type treatment for a sermon series for Life Church Walla Walla. Based on the idea of the enormity of who God is compared to our general concept. Imagery inspired by the burning bush found in Exodus.
Tree illustration designed to resemble victorian etching paired with the looseness of the watercolor treatment creates an engaging contrast. As a friend from college always said. “It’s all about contrast!”
Mixed media illustration inspired by C.S. Lewis’ Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Colored pencil, ink, and Photoshop.
Branding for Sam’s Graces Cafe and Bakery. A fantastic little place in Harbor Springs, MI. My original home town. Based on the family history of the owner. Her grandfather spent a good chunk of his life gardening in Detroit. City gardening before it was a […]
Branding for a leadership program for young adults from Life Church Walla Walla. Using the theme of blacksmithing as an analogy of building and shaping youth into more accomplished, complete and successful adults. Preparing them for their future.