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Front Room Entertainment’s DJ Shanx hit me up with another project along with The Tree Post Collective (http://www.thetreepostcollective.com/) . These are graphics for a Bay Area campaign for Front Room new artist Ill Camille.

Maybe you wanna know why I chose purple or maybe not. Dunno. I was just feeling this color at the time and I just saw a Mac Dre documentary the night before.

Front Room Entertainment hit me up to do a small gig for local artist in LA. Just did some clean up of the photo and boosted details and gave it a clean title treatment.

Backstage passes for Ill Camille Show. I really like doing these. I wonder has anyone made a business out of this.

 

Local eatery is doing a tribute night to old school Hip Hop. So, I designed accordingly. The yellow flyer is kinda going all out and the bluish purple is more subtle with logos from famous brands back then including, that’s right, the ROO’s logo. 🙂

 

Two flyers promoting two of Ill Camille’s shows in Los Angeles at The Airliner and The Key Club. I thought I would include QR Code linking to her Reverb Nation page to get the most out of the flyer.

Was commissioned again by DJ Shanx to do the invitation flyer for Ill Camille’s Release Party in LA. Overall, I went with Helvetica Neue as a font and created little embellishments (musical notes, etc.)

On the first draft he wanted to do a basic black and white design with no graphics.

Then on the second version we added the album cover art and sponsor logos.

Here are some of her videos. Great female mc….I really hope she does well…


 
 
 


 
 
 


 
 
 

I guess things are kinda catching on with the mixtapes. I was commissioned by oldskool hip-hop artist AMG to do digital covers for Malcom Mays.

Doing some research I found out Dionysus was the greek god of wine and partying. So I decide to add that theme as I did the various design progressions.

First Version

Alternatives

Final Version

After having done the cover for T-Mazz I was then commissioned to do the promotional flyers for the digital album release in Los Angeles. T-Mazz from the bay and Los Angeles’ own Perfecto performed that night…I honored to have my work associated with that event…

On this one, I figured, since it was called scratch paper I would use crumbled pieces of paper in the background and place the content in the foreground using colors from the main artist (T-MAZZ) photo and complementary colors to that…