The logo for Rainbow Serpent; a personal branding project for a series of illustrations which aim to elegantly explore myths. The circular blue guidelines on the construction drawings above are relationally based on phi (φ, or 1.618~).
The first illustration in the Rainbow Serpent series – based on the Classical Greek myth of Theseus, the Crete Labyrinth and its horned inhabitant.
The second illustration in the Rainbow Serpent series – based on the Babylonian myth of the goddess Tiamat’s defeat at Marduk’s blade. According to the traditional tale, Tiamat is split and her halves create Heaven and Earth.
The third illustration in the Rainbow Serpent series. A man is petrified by Medusa’s gaze.
A web-promotional poster for The Cabin in the Woods.
Client: Lionsgate Films Art Director: Rolf Jensen Potato-stamp type buddy: Alison Groves
Process shots of the cover of Vincent N. Perales’ horror novel, Nightmare Me.
The book involves a woman who sees distorted nightmarish realities, one which includes visions of a monstrous doppelgänger, or paranormal double, that eats her victims.
The original illustration (above) was painted with acrylics on textured A4 paper. The type was done with white acrylic on glass.
The painting was scanned before being coloured and chopped on Adobe Photoshop. The image above shows the glass/acrylic type treatment placed over the printed image.
The printed image and glass were then scanned. Blu-tack kept the glass and paper aligned correctly during the scanning.
The image above is the final cover, which prints at 6 by 9 inches.