Center for Puppetry arts
I interned at the Center for Puppetry Arts as a graphic design intern during their Winter/Spring 2019 season. These projects featured on this page are projects that I completed while there as an intern, and I am allowed to feature these projects in my portfolio.
All projects belong to the Center for Puppetry Arts and should not be copied, duplicated, reproduced, or used in part or whole without the permission of
the Center for Puppetry Arts.
New Store MercHandise
I was assigned to create concepts for new merchandise for the Museum store. Visitors wanted more options when it came to purchasing items that related to the Center. I created six designs that were inspired by the Center’s key brand elements and their unofficial mascot, Oliver the Elephant. All these items will be featured in the Museum store for visitors to buy in the near future.
Tiny Doors ATL MARQUEE: Harold and the Puprle Crayon
I helped create a marquee for the Center’s Tiny Door in celebration of the Center’s performance for Harold and the Purple Crayon.
ATL Cruzers Museum one SHeet
I helped design a Museum One Sheet that will be handed out during city tours by Atlanta’s best electric car and segway tour guides, ATL Cruzers that is design to attract tourist to visit the Center for Puppetry Arts.
Facebook Cover Image: The Joshua Show
Croc Puppet Illustration
Create-a-Puppet workshop™ Instructions
I created graphics for instructions for the Center’s Create-A-Puppet Workshops™ during the Harold and the Purple Crayon performances that features the Magnificent Mouse. The Create-A-Puppet Workshops™ are for children ages 4 and up and are featured in the Center’s Education department. These workshops allows visitors to become their own puppeteers and puppet makers by creating puppets that correlate with the different featured performances at the Center.
I redesigned the old reserved signs that the Center had to match with the Center's new branding.