RAD Office Tour Signage


RAD Office Tour is a one-day, self-guided tour of cool offices around Austin, to show the relationship between workspace design and company culture. As the Creative Director, I was in charge of all web & print material, which included designing and producing all signage.



The night before the tour, we threw a VIP Opening Party at Delta Millworks, and it was a success! There was an intriguing panel about Springdale General, which is a new office area in Austin that is still in development. We had catering from Peached Tortilla and a full bar thanks to Dulce Vida, Treaty Oaks, Lagunitas, Liber & Co, and 9 Banded Whiskey. Fannie Gunton also decked it out with furniture from The Panacea Collection with her mad interior design skills. It was amazing to see a lumber yard transform into a hip lounge spot!



At each of the 11 offices on the tour, there was a roadside sign, a vertical banner, flyer cards, wristbands, lanyards, and volunteer shirts – all of which were designed by me. (Folded maps designed by Jordan Newman at Cushman & Wakefield)



In addition to the above, I designed educational signs for each office, which informed the office's company culture and showcased its interesting spacial features. Lastly, I designed the directional way-finding signs to guide tourists through a preferred path.


All photos by Benjamin Porter

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RAD OFFICE TOUR SIGNAGE
As the Creative Director for this event, I was in charge of all web & print material, which included designing and producing all signage. [PHOTOS]

Uberpong Package Insert


Flyer that customers get when they receive their order. Call to action for this one is to share a photo of yourself on social media.




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UBERPONG PACKAGE INSERT
Flyer that customers get when they receive their order. Call to action for this one is to share a photo of yourself on social media.

Mini Monster Homebrew Kit


Packaging (which turned into a box sticker) and instruction booklet for this homebrew kit by Monster Brew. I also art directed the photoshoot for that photo.






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MINI MONSTER PACKAGING
Packaging & instruction booklet for this homebrew kit by Monster Brew. I also art directed the photoshoot for that photo.

Egyptian Type Design Book


Type catalog for the slab typeface Egyptian using an Ephemera Scrapbook theme. All text seen here is strictly in Egyptian and the only colors used are various shades of brown and gold.

The cereal box image highlights the anatomy of the characters. The eye chart folds out and shows caps in different sizes. The library card, bus pass, tickets, cigar labels and other random items help show the typeface in many different uses. The gift tags show its use in various sizes, leadings, and number of columns. The S&H Green Stamps at the end showcase each character within the font.






Won Best Brochure/Catalog at DSVC 2009



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EGYPTIAN TYPE DESIGN BOOK
Type catalog for the slab typeface Egyptian using an Ephemera Scrapbook theme. All text seen here is strictly in the Egyptian typeface.

John Cage Album Packaging


Album package for a John Cage compilation inspired by a vintage toy piano. I did all the photography as well.




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JOHN CAGE ALBUM PACKAGING
Album package for a John Cage compilation inspired by a vintage toy piano (which was actually my sister's). I did all the photography as well.

Fun Fun Fun Fest posters


Posters for the 3rd annual Fun Fun Fun Fest, which had three stages at the time, so that is how I designed each poster. I used this campaign as my own personal exploration of typography and patterns to communicate how each genre feels.
  • Yellow: Indie stage
    Records background, Rolled-on ink, & Mixtapes
  • Blue: Electronic stage
    Audio cords background, Dripped ink, & Laptops
  • Red: Punk stage
    Safetypin background, Thrown-on ink, & Patches


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FUN FUN FUN FEST POSTERS
Posters for the 3rd annual Fun Fun Fun Fest, which had three stages at the time. I explored typography & patterns to communicate how each genre feels.