Without doubt, my favorite project I've worked on since starting to work with WWE. One of the companies most popular superstars, The New Day, began talking about how eating (an at the time imaginary) Booty-O's cereal to make sure they weren't "booty". It was only a matter of time before we were tasked with designing a mock cereal box/t-shirt combo to sell at events. Since that release, they included it in their WRESTLEMANIA 32 ENTRANCE AND launched a REAL CEREAL!!!
P.S. At the end are a few 1 off variations of the original art as well as an unused concept.
Since October 2014 I've been based out of Connecticut working for the premiere sports-entertainment company on the globe. It owns my life and I don't mind one bit. One of my main focuses is designing key art (covers) for our home video department. Here are a few of my highlights that made its way to stores, and some that didn't that I have a fondness of.
And here are a few b-sides. Covers that didn't get selected for production. My personal favorites among the losers.
WWE Fight Cards
For most of WWE's major televised events, they produce printed cards for the fans to purchase and have signed. With a surplus of talent and copy to fit in, they give you a fun puzzle to put together.
A perk of working for WWE is getting to work on these walking billboards for the fans. Here are a few of my highlights that made its way onto the WWE Universe, and some that didn't that were too good not to share.
Below are a few of my unused shirt designs that didn't make it into production for one reason or another.
WWE cartoon t-shirts
FLYING DOG BREWERY
Since 2009 I've had the privilege to be the Creative Director at Flying Dog. Pretty much anything you've seen in the market with the "batwing" logo, I've had a hand in.