Friday, June 29, 2012

Weston Brewing Company Vehicle Wraps

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Stout | Van Wrap

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Cream Ale | Van Wrap

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Cream Ale | Van Wrap

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Cream Ale | Van Wrap  
Here a few shots of vehicle wraps for Weston Brewing Company. These were based on the package designs and illustrations. It's fun to see them driving around town delivering that precious cargo.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Weston Brewing Company Beer Packaging

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Stout

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's Stout | Strength in a Bottle

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's IPA

Weston Brewing Company | O'Malley's IPA | Treasured Voyage

Weston Brewing Company | Li'l Lucy's Hot Pepper Ale

Weston Brewing Company | Li'l Lucy's Hot Pepper Ale

Weston Brewing Company | Drop Kick Ale

Weston Brewing Company | Drop Kick Ale | Back

Weston Brewing Company | Drop Kick Ale | Side

Above are few of the new and old packaging illustrations I've been working on for Weston Brewing Company. Always fun. More to come.

Lady Bigfoot's Bossa Nova

Lady Bigfoot's Bossa Nova by David Terrill
I am honored to work with an amazingly talented group of illustrators and designers. This year we were honored with a gold National ADDY® for our 2011 Bossa Nova holiday party invitations. Above is my contribution to the work and below is our press release announcing the win. View all the work here on the AAF site.

The American Advertising Federation (AAF) awarded C3, a Family and Kids Marketing Agency with top honors earlier this month—a gold National ADDY® for its 2011 Bossa Nova holiday party invitations.

“We have always taken our internal work seriously. We want every touch point with our brand to be as elevated as possible. After winning the gold ADDY®at the local level, we were thrilled to be considered among so much great work. The fact that we won nationally is very humbling,” said C3’s Creative Director, David Terrill. 

AAF says the ADDY® Awards represent the true spirit of creative excellence by recognizing all forms of advertising from media of all types, creative by all sizes and entrants of all levels from anywhere in the world. C3’s invitations were humorous and the design was stunningly executed.

“Every little production tidbit was lovingly attended to, right down to the fake, old-school price tag on a 45 record cover and the details on the record sleeves. I picked this entry because it did what we should all strive to do, which is go the extra mile to bring concepts to life in a way that really engages people,“ said ADDY® judge, Jonathan Butts.

“We're especially grateful for the recognition since everyone had a hand in making something we're proud of. It was a team effort and we had fun doing it. A true win-win situation,” said C3’s creative director, Doug Kubert.

About C3
C3 | Creative Consumer Concepts is a leading family and kids marketing and design agency, collaborating with national and international brands in the restaurant, retail and hospitality industries. We value families, and we exist to demonstrate the value of families for our client partners. C3 builds connections through consumer insights, strategic platforms and dynamic design in the form of comprehensive consumer-facing programs, communications, promotions, products and distribution solutions to make a noticeable difference and deliver measurable results. You can see C3’s award winning design work here.

Friday, September 30, 2011

Rhythm & Ribs 18th & Vine Jazz & Blues Fest 2011 Official Event Poster

The completed event poster for 2011.

For this year's piece, I worked with a fabulous Kansas City musician for my model. My young son and I went down to 18th & Vine to photograph this musician for the reference shots. It was a great experience for us all, and gives the poster a sense of place and authenticity. The incorporation of historic landmarks, the Charlie Parker sculpture, and a portrait of a working musician, gives a soul to the artwork.

The event takes place Saturday, October 8th. You can get more info here.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Rhythm & Ribs 18th & Vine Blues & Jazz Fest 2011

The American Jazz Museum presents the 6th Annual Rhythm &Ribs 18th & Vine Jazz Fest. Headliners this year are WAR, Bobby "Blue" Bland and Christian McBride & Inside Straight.  

I am fortunate to be working with the folks at AMJ again to create art for the festival. Below is a promotional piece advertising early ticket sales for the event. This first piece is inspired by the funk style of the mid-late1960s and early 1970s. It has been particularly fun to work on. Check back for more work as it is developed for the promotional poster.

2011 R&R 18th & Vine Jazz & Blues Fest
early ticket sales poster

Friday, May 13, 2011

The American Jazz Museum: PEER Logo

A fun project I recently completed was a logo design for the American Jazz Museum. It is a logo to represent the new initiative the American Jazz Museum is taking toward fund raising. Below is the final logo design, concepts, and a short video and story from our local NBC affiliate. It was fun using letterpress type and illustration combined to create this piece.

This logo design is a new member of a family of logos created for the AMJ. The logo for the Rhythm and Ribs event logo can be viewed here.

Final PEER logo

Original Concepts for Logo

KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The American Jazz Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, is launching a new initiative called PEER into the Future.

At a luncheon on Monday, business executives, community leaders and corporate managers were asked to become lifelong donors and volunteers to continue the mission of the Jazz Museum.

The American Jazz Museum is the only museum in the world solely focused on the preservation, exhibition and advancement of jazz.

“We want to have traveling exhibits that go around the country promoting jazz and showing incredible historic performances on film,” said Greg Carroll, CEO of the American Jazz Museum.

“We also want to increase student attendance at the Jazz Museum so that those students become future jazz audiences and jazz performers,” Carroll added.
“This is about securing jazz as the original American music art form that it is with deep roots in Kansas City,” Carroll explained.

If you would like to donate visit the American Jazz Museum at www.American
From NBC Acton News

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Painting for Pre-School

I recently had a wonderful opportunity to perform a live painting for my son's school. I have to say, I was more than a little nervous. I emerged unscathed and we all had a great time. I completed a painting of a mustached robot in about 2 hours, start to finish. It's acrylic on canvas, 24" x 36".  Below are some shots from the process, including my rough sketch I worked from. The children painted their interpretations of a robot while I painted mine. I love what they created!

Completed painting
Robot in Process
Kid's Paintings

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Weston Ruddy Wheat Packaging Photos

Below are photos of the produced Weston Ruddy Wheat packaging. The work was originally posted back in April right after completing the design and illustration for the red wheat brew. The beer is now available in stores. Check out Weston Brewing Company to find out more.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

What the Gardener Saw

I have decided to include my personal work with my commercial work here on I Draw All Day. My current project is entitled "What the Gardener Saw", you can view some of the work here and on my WTGS Facebook page.

What the Gardener Saw is a series of paintings and sculptures. Each piece has a botanical theme/name referring to the Victorian-era means of communication called “The Language of Flowers”. Various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages, allowing individuals to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken.

I am currently collaborating with author J. Alexander Greenwood on a novella based on this work. An excerpt from the book will be available soon. The completion of this work is slated for next year, the culmination of 5 years work. A permanent website for this collection is currently being developed. The scope being a way to convey the story of the 'Gardener' visually and through the written word.  Below are some of the paintings, sketches and sculptures.

"The Fertile Mind of Helebore Mandrake"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on Wood Panel
Photo by Steve Wilson

"The Lost of Agrimony Bodge"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on Wood Panel

Photo by Steve Wilson

"The Odd Encounter of Baltus McCloud"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on Wood Panel
Photo by Steve Wilson

"Oleander Mandrake: Grey Man of Frog Ophrys"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on Wood Panel
Photo by Steve Wilson

"The Eyes of Hortensia Teasel"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on Wood Panel
Photo by Steve Wilson

"Helenium Mandrake: The Gift of Madness"
by David Allen Terrill
Oil on wood panel
24" x24"
Photo by Steve Wilson

"Seelen Loch"
by David Allen Terrill
Bronze on African Mahogany Base 

Various sketches from my sketchbooks