Really excited to have had the opportunity to design the latest album from Plastic Ants, titled Falling to Rise. Some of the highlights are the beautiful clouds on the gatefold-sleeve, to the crystal clear vinyl with the simple plane graphics along with the striking visual used on the front cover. While instrumental on the design for this album, to really bring it to life there was an opportunity to break out the camera and take some photos for the piece as well. Since it’s launch the album design has been getting some good press. You can read a write up by Fred Mills at Blurt magazine here.
Front and Back Cover of Album
Side of Album Design
Interior Gatefold of Album Design, Feels Like You’re Flying the Plane
Shot of the Crystal Clear Vinyl
Shot of the Clear Vinyl Over the Album
Gatefold of Cockpit with Inner Sleeve and Clear Album
Back of Album Design, with Sleeve and Clear Vinyl
Clouds Extend to Enhance Sky
Photo from Video Shoot Holding Album
Photo Showcasing Clear Vinyl
Photo Showcasing Gatefold Cockpit
In Store Shot of Album
Also had the opporunity to shoot this really cool video for the album release.
Excited to have had the opportunity to create the Yes! Cincinnati logo, which supports dress for success Cincinnati.
Just a little background YES! Cincinnati. This group provides its members with volunteer, fundraising and networking opportunities to champion the missions of Dress for Success Cincinnati and Portaluca. The membership group targets the next generation, generally ages forty and under, and those not currently engaged with DfSC and Portaluca. Their multi-faceted membership is comprised of talented men and women from various industries and professions throughout the greater Cincinnati area.
Here are some promotional materials for our upcoming art show August 2, 2014 design and promotion by Jeff Johns.
This show will feature a broad fine art portfolio of paintings inspired by the beautiful city of Cincinnati brought to you by two local neoimpressionistic painters, Jeff Johns and Colin Daugherty. Hope you can make it! Cheers, Jeff
I’m launching two fine art networks on social media for artists sharing a common interest and love for Cincinnati and Chicago. This will be a great place to connect with some of the area’s leading artists as well as tap into the latest events.
When directing your brand or business, do you ever feel like you’re running a never-ending race, constantly pushing farther and faster just to keep up? Except, as soon as you’re only a few feet away from the finish line, it moves further, and the race goes on another day.
Join Seed Strategy’s SVP and Director of Innovation, Rolando Archilafor an inspiring pep talk on keeping your goals in sight and crossing the finish line with a winning time. Because innovation is more than just a journey—it’s a race.
Click through it, download it, whatever you like. Oh yeah… I had the pleasure of designing this piece too! Hope you enjoy! Jeff Johns
Proud to work on Seed’s latest edition of The Accelerator which is all about innovation.
Whether you listen to analyst calls, read the front page of The Journal or attend an annual company meeting, one thing is clear: now more than ever, innovation is top of mind for companies, investors and consumers alike. And with long-term planning likely underway, our guess is there’s quite a bit of innovation talk in your world as well.
So it seems timely that this edition of The Accelerator focuses on innovation.
Despite being widely recognized as one of the biggest drivers of growth, Innovation is not something that’s generally taught as a major in school or in the typical corporate training course. That’s why Seed Strategy created this free, downloadable guide with actionable steps towards becoming a better innovator.
Take a quick look to learn 5 principles successful innovators live by. Click through it, download it, whatever you like. Oh yeah… I had the pleasure of designing this piece too! Hope you enjoy! JJ
Kristin Siegel reached out to me to help with branding and promotional materials for their Young Professionals Group. We started with creating the logo for YPG then moved into our first promotional piece. Stay tuned.