the design

Project: Dear Self

Dear Self is an on going typography project.

Project: Dreamer Gala After Party
Two Wings

Project: Two Wings Branding
Two Wings

Recently, I’ve had the amazing opportunity to work with Two Wings, a non profit that works with women in the sex trafficking industry. When they approached me asking if I would come on board to create their branding. The organization wanted something strong but soft, as well as bold yet feminine. After a few exchanges of emails– we came up with something that they loved. The initial project included:

Branding, Logo, Brochure, Giving Card, and Business Cards.

Project: The Banners
HR-ologie

Human Resources. Typically, this is a topic that bores people. Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been working with HR-ologie to develop an inspiring, creative, and thought provoking blog. With that said, I’ve created eye catching banners that are not the typical “HR” look in order to grasp the attention of the audience at first glance.

Project: HR-ologie

The blog by is a collaboration of ideas, theories, creative + practical resources for the world of HR.

Project: Risk
Magnify UK: Women’s Magazine in London

A couple months ago I was approached by a magazine in London, Magnify UK, to join their team of writers. Naturally, I said yes. In addition, they asked that I design graphics to support a few of the articles. The article that this graphic supported was based on the challenge to take risks in Twenty Twelve.

Photograph: Lindsey Eryn Clark
Model: Leah Sostman

Project: Hope
Go International.tv

In June 2011, I had the privilege of traveling with Go International as a photojournalist to Cambodia. During our village treks, our team found this beautiful blue eyed boy- his eyes were absolutely breathtaking.

Project: The Graduate
Community Care College, Clary Sage College, Oklahoma Technical College

Twice a year these three career colleges come together for a big celebration: Graduation. The colleges were in need of print material that they could hand out to all their graduates that had all the information they would need in order to participate in Graduation. I wanted to design something that would be eye-catching yet informational. Essentially, something that the students would hold on to.

Project: Let’s Make a Memory
Community Care College, Clary Sage College, Oklahoma Technical College

As an HR girl, I wanted to do something to get the employee’s at our company to connect and engage with each other. I believe that employee appreciation and recognition is important. With that said, “Let’s Make a Memory” was birthed. Essentially, these are little 4×4 “dare” cards. Employees were challenged to make memories for each other through random acts of kindness. 

Project: NYC
Third Story Apartment

Project: Gifts with Purpose
Go International.tv

Ready to launch a whole product line, I had the privilege of working with Go International to get their promotional material ready for launch! A quick drive through the woods, led me to the perfect spot for our Photo shoot to capture Go’s apparel. Upon coming back to the offices, I wanted to design something the was simple and had yet had some holiday cheer.

Photograph: Lindsey Eryn Clark
Model: Justin Kila

Project: Welcome to our Community 
Community Care College, Clary Sage College, Oklahoma Technical College

Wanting to improve the on boarding process for new hires at the colleges- the HR department wanted to create custom cards to welcome new hires to the community. Two different designs were selected to appeal to wide variety of employees that enter the college’s community.

Project: Not Forgotten
Third Story Apartment

Photograph: Lindsey Eryn Clark

Project: Make Up by Mikala

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