Back in May of 2012, Two of my nearest and dearest took the plunge into wedded adventure. I’ve posted about the Save the Dates and Initial Website. And now I’ve got the full web images as well as the letter-pressed invites to show. As wedding season ramps up again (I thought it was over!!!!) I still look back on these invites as my favorites.
The most recent Biola Magazine, was also my very last project at Biola University. I worked on the project up until the final week of my employment at the university. It was a issue that I was really excited about. I worked with Laurel Dailey as photographer to bring our ideas to life. Jeffrey and John managed to put together this stellar cover, with typography created by hand (John‘s hand).
I made the ratatouille we used for the shoot, and had it for dinner that night as well! It still stands as such a great memory of my last few days at Biola.
As Biola’s Year of the Arts moved into it’s second semester, I was given the task of creating an invite that would stop people in their tracks (and invite them to a great dinner). And I had one week to do it. Roberta Ahmanson was bringing the famed painter Mako Fujimura to be the main host for the dinner. So I decided to take a cue from his paintings.
I worked with a printer, Maskell Graphics to create this invite. They did an incredible job with this project and the tight turn around. I was amazed. Because of the thickness of the paper I wanted (120#) they had to created the invite a tad differently. They took two 60lb sheets of paper and foil stamped them with the artwork, then they glued them together and cut them down. It was so seamless and beautiful. Thanks Frank!