6th Annual Art Supply Drive

Every year I collect art supplies around the holidays to donate to kids in our area with the hope that it will inspire creativity. This year I have decided to work with the local, nonprofit organization, Teen Empowering Network. Teen Empowering Network Inc. is a an organization that helps foster parents get the items they need for foster children coming into their care. Several fundraisers are held throughout the year to help achieve this goal. One of the events, Bingo & Spaghetti, the kids get a great a meal and a canvas to paint instead of a bingo card like the adults. It is fundraisers like these that keep nonprofit organizations going!

If you are interested in helping, here is a list of the items they would be so grateful to have donated.

·       Paint for canvases

·       Paint Brushes

·       Colored pencils

·       Colored paper

·       Art kits for kids ages 5 to 16 years old

·       Plain Canvas

Please feel free to drop off the donations by my office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., below is my address.

The Wick, 1612 Newcastle St., Suite #205

Brunswick, GA 31520

If I am not in the office you can always leave it by my door and I will grab it the next morning. However, if you come when I am there you can pick up a Peppermint Land sticker as a thank you from the tree. 

Liberty Brunswick

I had the chance to work with Forward Brunswick some time ago. When they came to me with this project I was excited about the concept. Their concept was “Planting 99 trees throughout the city to celebrate the people of Brunswick and the cultural impacts of the Liberty Shipyard. The number 99 recognizes the 85 Liberty Ships and 14 Knot Ships constructed during World War II at the J.A. Jones Shipyard.” As many of you know I do love my community so when I have the opportunity to do branding for clients who are doing wonderful things in our community it makes me really happy! Many of the trees have already been planted and I look forward to watching them grow.

Social Compass

I love creating icons. I think it might be my new favorite thing. When I was asked to help Social Compass with their window display I was really excited to get cracking. It’s always fun to see something so tiny turn into a giant pattern that you can now view from the street. I have worked with these guys on a few projects over the years and not only do they have great ideas but they are inspiring to work with. With a few revisions we came up icons that incorporate all they do as a company. Through graphic design, illustration and a vision I think we did a great job of making this a memorable front window. I hope you love this project as much as I did illustrating it.

McQuigg, Smith & Corry

Client: McQuigg, Smith & Corry

Type of Business: Law Office

Type of Brand: Rebrand

Style: Classic with an island flair.

McQuigg, Smith & Corry law offices was a fun brand to create. I gained a lot of inspiration from their newly decorated firm. It was designed with an island flair but that classic southern style. A monogram was a must and giving them something that they could use both on the marketing end of things and in their day to day office environment was important. McQuigg, Smith & Corry practice Real Estate Law, Business Law, and Estate Planning attorneys serving Southeast Georgia since 2003.