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The first two Modest Mouse posters are screen prints, while the rest are digital. Two of the prints were made for The Park People which is a local Denver non-profit dedicated to parks and greenery in the city. My job for this project was to create a couple posters for this organization to help educate viewers about the importance of parks and trees in the community. I did this through illustration and informative text for the first poster, and focused on typography for the second. The last print is a school project dedicated toward creating a new logo for a non-profit; I chose Beanstalk. Beanstalk focuses on funding community projects for driven people. The logo is an illustration made in Adobe Illustrator of a beanstalk formed into the letter “B” to best represent life and the name itself.
“The Park People works to preserve, enhance, and advocate for Denver’s parks, recreation resources, open space and urban forest. We pursue this mission by raising private funds for capital projects of various sizes, parks enhancements, and through our programs: Denver Digs Trees, Mile High Tree Champions, Community Forester and the Park Legacy program.”
—The Park People
The Park People’s website
“Beanstalk identifies, vets and uplifts remarkable neighborhood leaders. We believe that what’s right with Colorado is right next door. Every neighborhood has incredible residents who take the lead and solve tough problems, at a grassroots level. We know that great leaders inspire their communities, which is why we: Provide leaders with a crowd-funding platform, coordinate access to local business sponsors and individual champions, and deliver professional video production services and personal mentoring, care and attention.”