Photo Week 2017 Student Kit
Our in-studio students took home this jam-packed kit of keepsake postcards with photos by Photo Week instructors, a lovingly curated city guide to Seattle for out-of-town visitors, a blank notebook, and other bits and bobs of CreativeLive goodness.
Seattle Pocket City Guide
Need to find the most 'gram-able view? Looking for the best espresso in town? Or maybe you're just hankering for a quick bite in South Lake Union. Either way, I designed, illustrated, and wrote this curated guide to some of the best spots in Seattle (many of which happen to be nearby the CreativeLive studios).
A collection of five blank notebooks featuring artwork by myself and creative director Vasco Morelli, inspired by creativity and the company's geographical surroundings. These are often included in the new hire kits for staff and are also given to students in-studio.
Don't Call It Frisco Map
In addition to Seattle, CreativeLive also has studios in San Francisco. After hearing continual requests from instructors and students alike for a San Francisco guide to the best of the best, the Creative Studio team finally acquiesced in 2016, and I took my own liberties with this one.
Some pro-tips: Land's End is definitely the best viewpoint in the whole city, and don't forget to grab some Trouble coffee and cinnamon toast in the Outer Sunset before you hike out there. These maps are part of a limited edition of 200, lovingly screenprinted by Peter Calderwood and Lena Gustafson at Night Diver Press in Oakland. If you visit CreativeLive in San Francisco and ask nicely, ye might just receive one of your own.
Desktop + Mobile Wallpapers
And for our students abroad? A humble offering of free desktop and mobile-friendly wallpapers to liven up their devices from afar.