This is my Holiday card for 2015. Shot the Transamerica Pyramid building here in SF a few months ago.
I created these Package designs for Sephora, with 6 Disney Characters. Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Frozen (Elsa & Anna), Snow White. The work includes an illustration on the top of the compact lid, and then the entire box or package was thought out. They were available only on Sephora’s website and the downtown LA Disney store in Orange county, Anaheim.
I used a few existing stock Disney silhouette vector images for each, created the colors, package layouts, patterned backgrounds, the compact lid illustrations, font choices, entire box design.
The client requested a photo-manipulation to see what the mantel would look like with a dark paint or black bricks and also put a on dark wooden top. The photo on the left, with white paint is the real mantel. It also has a faux wooden top photoshopped to show what it would look like with wood, and not a painted top.
I designed the white square window decals that ran along the entire length of Metreon when it was owned by Sony, on it’s 4th street side.
It covered up the original digital graphics that was once the Airtight Garage branding.
Rod Cavazos, the Principal at PSY/OPS & Adjunct Professor at CCA in San Francisco has some of the most fun fonts on the web. . . . Rod says “Hi, we’re PSY/OPS Type Foundry, a creative studio dedicated to typeface design and alphabetic innovation. We build typefaces all day long — and occasionally all night long. Our primary commissions are for tech giants and manufacturers, game developers and print publishers, as well as other foundries and design firms. We also love teaming up on more personal / experimental / academic projects. The quirkier and more challenging the better. Between client engagements, we work on fonts for our own eclectic library.”
A few years ago, well maybe more than a few years ago, Rod Gave me some fonts to have fun with and I spent more than a few weeks adding them to some digital artworks I was making at the same time.
Rick Pirman photos and design ~ past and present
Painted projects from past years