Ethan Indorf is a photographer/film maker living in the San Francisco bay area. This identity package was created for his personal marketing and to brand his films with a logo system that will be used at the beginning and end of films and videos.
This was a custom lettering project I did for a holiday party invitation. The subhead has been changed here for privacy reasons, but still conveys the same general message the original card does. The idea was to create letterforms that resembled a plaid flannel shirt. The color palette and plaid pattern always remind me of […]
This first project was created to be an icon for a “Live Chat” feature on an internal website for EA employees. I proposed using a charactor from one of EA’s games with a headset on. One that looked “welcoming and easy to talk to”. While looking through game characters I found this pretty little pirate. […]
This was a design pitch for Lowcard Magazine in San Francisco, CA. The design was shot down but I may finish it in the off-chance that Magnethead (the owner) changes his mind.
From left to right: the first two were used to pitch the idea to the client. Number 3, 4, 5, & 6 where revisions made based on client feedback. The board on the far right is the final design. I’d like to thank Corpo & Rob at Null Skateboards, Boulder, Colorado. You guys are so […]
The I.A.S.D is a factitious organization that I invented for the purpose of creating a design campaign based around the people I know to be Lowcard’s die-hard followers & readers. Though in the final client approved design the word “dirtbags” was changed to “losers”. The campaign also consists of smaller subsidiary designs to be used […]
I created a portable “set” for a pitch meeting at Mekanism in San Francisco. With summer right around the corner, we decided to bring the client a little bit of sunshine. It works like a children’s pop-up book. When the lid is lifted the fence, bird, butterfly and all three flowers stand up.