Wall art for a restaurant
Design, Graphics & Digital Art
The Stinson Art Studio is a full service shop
Book design and production – cover, interior
POS and branding items
Booklets, brochures, flyers, mailers
Print and online ads
Previous areas of specialization include newspaper design and typography, and repackaging of foreign retail products for the American market.
What Would Mary Ann Do? (cover design above) was a self help book and it was also a memoir of the Giligan's Island years, so it included a variety of interior formats such as sidebars, pullouts, and quizzes (below).
The Living Word in 3D collection (covers below) was a series of books for Rock Island Press. These books examined linguistic patterns in the Old Testament and were designed with a textbook format.
Interior spread for The Living Word in 3D, Book One:
The spread below is from a heavily illustrated history of the Fenley family:
The poster below also appeared as a spread in the history of the Fenley family. It traces the ancestry of a married couple (oval photos), including arrival dates in America and subsequent migration patterns, and then moves forward with their descendants.
Covers and illustration for Rock Island Press children's books:
Spread for 8x10 size children's book for Rock Island Press. Blue space for text.
Covers, page design and illustration for Stinson books:
InDesign spread from a children's book:
Point of sale
Posters, displays, table tents and coasters for a brewery:
Posters for Virginia Commonwealth Games:
Booklets, flyers, mailers & brochures
Frame from an animation for a video about Winston Churchill and the Iron Curtain:
Graphic explaining market risk for an investment company:
Maps and diagrams for a real estate development company:
Breakdown of school populations by district for the Roanoke Times newspaper:
Online and print ads
Social media ad for a small investment company that plays larger:
This bug zapper was originally packaged as an outdoor and camping accessory – greens, browns, camo. I repackaged it as a home accessory for "The Back Yard Hero" and added a little entertainment value. By the way, this product actually works as advertised . . . and so did the repackaging.
Virginia's Presidents for the Virginian Hotel in Lynchburg (24" x 24")
Photoshop and Wacom Tablet:
Print for Carilion Children's Hospital (48" x 96")