Home Depot Style Challenge - Packaging
The Home Depot Style Challenge previously sent bloggers their challenges in plain cardboard boxes. Well, that isn't good enough for these DIY-ers, so we redesigned boxes that were instantly shareable.
The Home Depot wanted to create packaging for #homedepotstylechallenge projects that bloggers would Instagram as much as they did their projects.
Here’s a sample of the successful social packaging campaign for The Home Depot featuring hand-illustrated type and previous Style Challenges.
Illustrated concert poster for Chatham County Line, produced by Methane Studios.
Can be purchased here.
Bo Burnham is a young comedian and musician. To depict his new album, "Bo Burnham and (no) Friends," I illustrated a fantasy theme park with only Bo and his imagination.
Illustrated t-shirts would be handed out with primary color markers for fans to color in, as branded merchandise.
The Secret Sisters are a 1950s Rockabilly Country group. Their music is eerie and beautiful. This album cover is influenced by images of porcelain dolls and secret family photos.
I hand-painted the album cover, and created a logo for additional branding that evokes the private world their music takes you, and a mod design feel.
Porch Sittin' is a community-centric lifestyle brand. This set of post cards and notebook encourage this lifestyle of relaxation and communication with friends, family, and neighbors.
And all this was hand-illustrated, stained, stitched, and burned by me.
This agency holiday card was concepted and illustrated in emoticons to show a fun new way to celebrate old classics this season. It was sent out to all of our clients and vendors to show off how 22Squared interprets the holiday season.