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MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION
MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATION

BLACK BELT CHRONICLES Celebrates individuals who have significantly impacted the Alabama Black Belt. (The Black Belt is a region of the Southern United States.) Published bimonthy in The Rankins Files Magazine.

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BOOK ILLUSTRATION
BOOK ILLUSTRATION

Four-year-old Nahla and her family take a trip to New York City. Illustrator: Donald E. Peoples Author: Chanika Cade Hill Publisher: The Rankins Files

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MASCOT DESIGN
MASCOT DESIGN

Paws, the Library Lion Cub Akron-Summit County Public Library

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PEN & INK DRAWINGS
PEN & INK DRAWINGS

Mount Zion Baptist Church, Akron, Ohio (Top) Current location (Bottom) Former location These renderings are used for a variety of church-related marketing items.

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EMINEM
EMINEM

Caricature of rapper, songwriter, and record producer Eminem (Marshall Bruce Mathers III). This mixed media illustration is from the book Toon Appétit: Recipes and Cartoons from the Great Lakes Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society.

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POSTCARD DESIGN
POSTCARD DESIGN

THE POSTCARD PALS Penguin: what he lacks in height and flying ability, his can-do spirit has no limits. Polar Bear: a lovable guy whose heart is as big as his 700-pound frame. Porcupine: her smarts are as sharp as the quills covering her body. She also has a fun, playful side. Peoples: the easygoing human friend who tolerates the shenanigans of his animal sidekicks. Peoples Greetings

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CUSTOM GREETING CARD
CUSTOM GREETING CARD

A large custom caricature greeting card. Peoples Greetings

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BUTTON DESIGN
BUTTON DESIGN

First Night Akron was a family-friendly, New Year's Eve celebration of the arts. Buttons were purchased and worn as admission to the event.

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POSTER DESIGN
POSTER DESIGN

First Night Akron was a family-friendly, New Year's Eve celebration of the arts. Posters were one of the advertising materials used to promote the event.

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SHIRT GRAPHIC
SHIRT GRAPHIC

Bowling team T-shirt design.

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CALENDAR ART
CALENDAR ART

Cleveland Browns (November) illustration for the 2015 Northcoast Events Calendar. Each month featured artwork from a member of the Northern Ohio Illustrator's Society celebrating the Northcoast of Ohio. A collaboration between the Northern Ohio Illustrator's Society and Eriepro ltd.

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BEAUTIFUL O-H-I-O
BEAUTIFUL O-H-I-O

This mixed media work is about what makes Ohio special. The Buckeye State is both rural and urban. The state flag of Ohio is the only nonrectangular state flag in the nation. The people in the artwork illustrates a motto of the United States: “Out of many, one.” They represent various backgrounds and ages coming together to reach a common goal. In this case, the goal is spelling O-H-I-O with their arms. It's an Ohio thing.

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LOGO DESIGN
LOGO DESIGN

Cascade Community Development is an Akron, Ohio non-profit which empowers veterans and seniors to become self-sufficient.

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LOGO DESIGN
LOGO DESIGN

Dementia-Inclusive Library Akron-Summit County Public Library

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LOGO DESIGN
LOGO DESIGN

1000 Books Before Kindergarten Akron-Summit County Public Library

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HAND-PAINTED PUMPKINS
HAND-PAINTED PUMPKINS

(Left) Kamala Harris: Vice President of the United States of America. (Right) John R. Buchtel: businessman, philanthropist, and founder of Buchtel College which became The University of Akron. Peoples' Painted Pumpkins—a fall favorite!

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CAPITAL OF RUBBER SERIES: GOODYEAR
CAPITAL OF RUBBER SERIES: GOODYEAR

Historic Goodyear Hall in Akron, Ohio. Formerly part of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. World Headquarters campus, it is now The East End, a mixed-use redevelopment initiative. The collection of Stark State College Akron.

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EVERETT ROAD COVERED BRIDGE
EVERETT ROAD COVERED BRIDGE

Winter in Ohio's Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

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ROBERTO CLEMENTE BRIDGE
ROBERTO CLEMENTE BRIDGE

Also known as the Sixth Street Bridge. It spans the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The bridge is named for Pittsburgh Pirates Hall of Fame baseball player Roberto Clemente. Honorable Mention Artists of Rubber City, Inc. 18th Annual Juried Show

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