Burger King is selling the Whopper for a penny if you order it within 600 feet of a McDonald’s using the new Burger King app. Terrific marketing and ad campaign!
Festival posters always get me. It’s a reoccuring game of “Can the text get any smaller?”
Companies changing to flat logo designs are the trend!
With billboards popping up around the country to court LeBron James, ESPN asked 30 artists with ties to each NBA city to imagine every team’s pitch to LeBron in free agency. Love Denver and Portland, terrific concepts!
THE JOKER AWAITS THE KINGThe Nuggets have the league’s best passing center in Nikola Jokic. Imagine how beautiful their offense would look after adding the league’s best passing forward. If Nuggets fans want, maybe LeBron could entice his buddy Melo to make a Denver homecoming, too.
BLAZE A DIFFERENT TRAILInstead of keeping Portland weird, LeBron could keep Portland winning by joining Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. The Blazers haven’t been to the Finals since 1992 and haven’t won it all since 1977, so maybe adding LeBron is the key to ending those droughts.
L.A. KING“LeBron to the Lakers” has been a rumor since, oh, approximately 2002, before he was even in the league. It’s finally time to turn those Hollywood dreams into reality. Kobe fans might even stop criticizing LeBron’s every move. … Unless he fails to win them five more rings.
a few of you might already know this but someone from instagram Matteo Rainini traced my art and turned it into fanart for a rapper called 6ix9ine which he then used as cover art for his new album “DAY69″
This is funny. The Body Armor bottle looks larger in scale making the Gatorade bottle seem minuscule (they’re probably the same size). It’s also shot from a low angle perspective for a more sophisticated impression. Type use is night and day. Alright alright we get it!
Photographer Josh Garcia rockin a shirt I designed over the summer, in the presence of Snoop Dogg no less. Nice!
Great design of the platform that keeps the stack of tickets together.
The circus will be taking place at the Westminster Mall in Westminster, CA this entire week Feb 23 – 27. It makes me sad to see the mall in the ghost town state it’s in.
I went here a lot as a kid. Lots of movie nights and arcades, good memories. A lot changed by the time I was in junior high but me and some friends kept going afterschool because it was right across the street. Right at the next exit on the I-405 S (coming from LA) is Bella Terra. Now that place is poppin.
In recent years a Target and a TGI Friday’s connecting to the Westminster Mall opened, which I thought were smart moves: A discount retail store and a restaurant with a bar that stays open late. But I still think the place is a sinking ship, sadly.