The Tennessee Arts Commission needed a postcard to promote its upcoming Artist Fellowship, and Kenneth White Design jumped at the opportunity. Directed to create three concepts around the humorous ways you can say “dollars,” we came to the presentation with three solid finalists. More »
Even though some projects may never see the light of day in production, they are still worth mention because they follow the Kenneth White Design mantra of good communication that creates an emotional response. These spreads from a proposed design for the National Guard, working through Iostudio, were intended to do just that. The catalog was to serve as a reference book of everything someone would need to know about the Guard before making the decision to join. More »
Designing information is always a treat to me. The Fraternal Order of Police approached Iostudio about the possibility of creating a monthly magazine. This media kit was part of our presentation. More »
Skinzen needed a way to promote their services on a narrow budget. The challenge with limited color printing is to create graphics that are striking but not stark. Here, Kenneth White Design came up with a visual vocabulary that could be applied everywhere from ads to signage to the web while still keeping the look fun and exciting.