On labor day Yancy will be performing live at World Outreach and I was asked to illustrate some elements for a large back drop animation on a 42′ screen. These are heavily influenced by classic 2000’s Nickelodeon animation styles 🙂
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Here are some sneak peaks…
This year’s theme was 1964 kitschy world’s fair. This was also the first All Hands for our new CIO, Marty Paslick. We transformed the Belmont arena into a trade show floor with bistro seating, tall bannered booths, a chalk board walk of history, a large flagged grand entrance, 1964 era training video, stylized stage design, and even featured local coffee brewers tastes of Nashville. The video from the event can be seen here on YouTube.
Creative director and vendor consultant for stage production, internal designers, sign vendor, and stage layout designer
Co-produced the event for 1500+ field and corporate employees through presentations, collateral, webcast, and video.
HCA CEO and President Richard Bracken commissioned a large touch interface screen to display in the executive wing of HCA. The final solution is an 82″ touch screen that reads feeds from every facility in the enterprise from Facebook to Twitter to news and Executive leadership profiles. Also the ER wait-times are displayed in real time allowing for accurate assessment of the company from a one point view.
- UI/UX Designer
- Developer coordinator
- Touch interaction designer
We might try to see if we can reboot Trailer Trash Talk on Random Chatter. Here is the new logo I came up with with. A garbage can with film reels spilling out. It was done with pencil and ink. I think it has the appropriate level of grunge. Now to see if the podcast will take off 🙂
Here is a new logo I did for the Dead Workers Party new podcast “Nations of Gamers”.
The Dead Workers Party Network will have a new show for your listening pleasure! The Daily Gamer hosted by DWP’s very own Eric Fullerton AKA Nailhead. It will be a daily podcast on gaming by gamers Monday through Friday. Below is a work up for a logo ad banner. Will they be approved? Only time will tell.