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Wellpepper branding

Brand development for software startup Wellpepper. Wellpepper makes medical apps that encourage patients to do their physiotherapy exercises, therefore improving significantly the therapy itself. So, it somewhat "gives your health a kick" by constantly nudging patients, similar to what a dog would do dragging the owner outside. That was the main idea that I tried to stylize into the brand visuals. Working with Wellpepper we identified Jack Russell terrier as a good candidate for the leading role and after a few iterations I came up with the above solution. Seems like the iconography worked well for the team, since they have

Handling Magic

At iQmetrix annual user Summit this year we had privilege and honour to host Magic Johnson as our keynote speaker. Yes, that Magic, the Magic himself, one of the best basketball players ever and my childhood basketball hero. On top of that, these days Magic is very successful businessman, a reason more to have him deliver a keynote for our audience. Needless to say how pumped up I was to create materials for Magic at the Summit promotional material and other collateral for the event. Here are some of the graphics. I have used some photos from the internet as a

Work

A short selection of designs from different projects and formats. For more artwork please browse the sections of the portfolio.  

Events Concept Art

Creating concept illustrations for an event is an interesting thing. Events take place at the existing venues, therefore a photo or even a 3D model of the space already exists. What's needed is an exciting painted overlay. It is almost like painting 3D white boxes into something believable, if not realistic. Actually believable is far more exciting than realistic. Here is an example of a series of illustrations for an event, with the raw photos and the painted overlay.  

Tortoise

I drew this tortoise in a very graphic style while back for the American Zoos and Aquariums project. Recently, I revisited the artwork and added a bit more texture and details...  

Mon Pays boards

This is an act that, although well designed, directed and choreographed, didn't get into the Vancouver Olympics Opening Ceremony. It is based on Gilles Vigneault's song Mon Pays. The look of the motion graphics for the piece is inspired by Quebec painters Lemeiux, Barbeau, Borduas as well as NFB animators McLaren, Larkin, Leaf, Bochner etc. Here are the storyboards for the song (design frames at the same time) that were supposed to be projected on the central Field of Play.  

Water package concept

Package concept for upscale spring water. Rendered in Photoshop. First Nations' designs are quick and free interpretation of West Coast First Nations art, that was eventually supposed to be replaced with more authentic designs. Unfortunately, this is a non realized project so the designs are not completed.

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