The logo for my online alias and personal branding, "Intrapath." The name is derived from the prefix "intra-" (layers/layered), and the suffix "-path" (one who does/creates), pulling from my interest in layered designs and art, whether that is in style or meaning. This brand is meant to encompass any artistic projects I choose to work on, rather than purely the visual arts, as my career-based identity will focus on. The logo below is comprised of five pieces, meant to encompass the five mediums that interest me most: animation, game design, illustration, writing, and music. The shapes are purely abstract in form, taking advantage of the non-representational qualities of graphic design, spiraling out from a core shape, inspired by the golden ratio.
A intro for my brand, to be used in films/animations/games. The designs here are inspired by a blend of UI in games (Smash Bros. Ultimate, Dishonored, Overwatch, Persona), animated lyrics videos for rock and heavy metal bands, and Newgrounds' old site designs.
A banner/signature, blending clean lines with gritty texture, inspired by animated lyric videos for rock and heavy metal videos. The font was derived from K2D by Cadson Demak (under the Open Font License), inspired by the one utilized in the promotions for Pink Floyd's Endless River.
Loading screen for a fan mock-up for Newgrounds Rumble 2, a hypothetical sequel to a popular Flash game. As a loading screen, the design below was intended to fulfill two main purposes: to provide the user with meaningful information, and to reflect the aesthetic and personality of the game. The former is fulfilled by showing how much of the level has loaded with a loading bar at the bottom of the screen, and by providing the user with a snapshot of the level, allowing them to get acquainted with its layout if it's their first time seeing it. In regards to the aesthetic appeal, the design draws inspiration from the site's 2012 design, using paint splatters and graffiti for background detailing. Additionally, the section reserved for tips, shown in the upper right corner here, reflects the website's irreverent humor. The animation can be seen in context at this link.
Designs pitched to Catamount Arts, a Vermont-based arts center, for First Night, a New Year's celebration held on December 31 each year in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The festival required designs for a guide booklet cover, an adult wristband, a child wristband, a button, a vinyl banner, a web banner, and a poster, shown in order below. My intent was to utilize the colors of the Catamount Arts logo to for neon-like outlines around abstract representations of the festival-goers. Additionally, I aimed to take advantage of the unique shape for each format. For example, the child wristband features designs with more child-like proportions than the adult counterpart, and the Catamount Arts building is highlighted in the designs with a horizontal format.