These Black Friday Sale Ads needed to be flashy, so I created this high contrast reveal with a realistic brush stroke animation. Some tricky masking magic at work.
I drew on inspiration from contemporary fine artists like Kehinde Wiley as well as textile designers like William Morris and Jocelyn Warner to drive these evergreen gift cards. These artists create art that has endured and now a hundred years later the style is at the peak of pop culture. This is a great place […]
Brought on by Weber Shandwick to bust out this content playbook. It contained a ton of ugly – made pretty charts and data, across 20-page spreads and required many new illustrations and infographics.
This hand drawn logo artwork was produced for the Seahags surfing and snowboard apparel company in 1996.
Logo and packaging design for ScreenCrack fix kit, an upstart company marketing self-repair kits to fix the iPhone screens. My role: This was my company, my design, my concept, my photography, my illustrations.
Here is a few of the many monthly interactive home pages I designed, animated, and coded during my 4 years at Brooks Sports Inc. Click the images below to view the live sample.
Designed and animated by Kristian Wheelwright after directing the rough hand drawn style to suite the at the time current branding direction of Brooks Sports at the agency “North” in Portland Oregon. The final flash animated info graphic was showcased on the MogoRunning.com microsite to highlight brooks new Mogo technology.
These print ads were produced for Brooks Sports Inc. as part of a rebranding campaign concept brainstorm session. I like them enough to include them in my book. Some great freaking ideas here 🙂
Microsoft “My Mobile Media” or “M3” project was an immersive roll in designing new emerging smartphone technology to manage your personal media, before that was a thing! The task was to design the user interface and experience of both a mobile and desktop application. I created the icons, artwork, 3D illustrations, user flows, and prototypes […]
Nick Goodey a prolific Creative Director out of England now based in NYC needed something a little different to showcase his works. We decided on this simple color scheme with strong iconic imagery. Check out his work, indeed a talented man.
These videos were created to highlight how super duper speedy the t-Mobile network was. Part of a team that worked on this campaign, Kristian Wheelwright created the faux branded graphic headers and illustrations that were mapped on to the loading web chunks. Worked out pretty good, we thinks these videos are pretty funny. go t-mo.
Tasked with designing the NASCAR O’Reilly sweepstakes campaign websites, Kristian Wheelwright also created a series of poster like illustrations to give the work some depth. The final pieces included separate employee and public facing websites and facebook page.
Back when hot agency websites were all Flash, all Flash. Kristian Wheelwright created this portfolio website in around 2003ish. Ha, anyone out there remember the “Skip Intro” button??