Graphic Design

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KINGSLEYWILLIS.COM Logo

Illustrator, Photoshop

I wanted the logo for my brand to be personal, and bold like my best work. I designed it to work with any color scheme and to be legible at any size.

  • Paper Airplane

    KINGSLEYWILLIS.COM Logo

    Illustrator, Photoshop

    I wanted the logo for my brand to be personal, and bold like my best work. I designed it to work with any color scheme and to be legible at any size.

  • Kingsley's Demo Reel

    Congenital Hand Logos

    Illustrator

    I designed these logos for the Hope Labs patient education project for partents and care-givers of children with hand anaomlies. The goal was to base these logos on real hands but present them in a way that is non-threatening and fun.
    kidshand.stanford.edu

  • The SUMMIT Video

    Anatomy of Movement Logo

    Illustrator, Photoshop

    This graphic is used as a course logo as well as a bug for all course videos
    move.stanford.edu

  • CLONE

    Panasonic Pix Core Graphic

    Illustrator, Photoshop, Poser

    This was a fun design and compositing project that helped those at Panasonic visualize their horse trainer called the Pix Core Trainer.

  • e-PPE Logo

    e-PPE Logo

    illustrator

    The electronic Pre-Participation Evaluation (e-PPE) is an on-line medical questionnaire that can identify symptoms of health problems that may pose a risk for an athlete participating in sport and exercise. I designed this logo to work with many sports both male and female as well as any college color.
    e-ppe.com

  • Futuristic Medicine

    SUMMIT Logo

    Illustrator, After Effects

    I was challenged to create a logo opening to all SUMMIT (Stanford School of Medicine) videos.
    summit.stanford.edu


I have been working with graphics since I first picked up a Sony floppy drive camera that created images that were 640 pixels by 480 pixels. Brought the image into Photoshop and instantly fell in love with the tools for improving the image. I now pride myself on photo color correction, color grading, photo montage, compositing new elements, as well as generating high quality, optimized graphics for print, high definition television, and the web.

When I discovered Illustrator soon after, I really began to appreciate the computer's power to create limitless graphics. With vector images I could now scale my logos and graphic elements to any size: a billboard or a favicon icon. Today, I enjoy engrossing myself in the detail of creating a logo. My personal style is to create bold, and eye catching graphics.

Then came the fourth dimension and I really found a home in a digital world. For me, After Effects was the ultimate tool for a filmmaker. I taught myself to color correct, animate, rotoscope, composite, and re-time footage to tell my stories.

I forgot the third dimension, didn't I? When I first opened the three-dimensional program Maya, it was running on a Silicon graphics machine that costed $10k in 1998. The only limits I saw was that of computer power. With such a tool I could create any world I could imagine precisely how I visualized it. Today, I have found a true passion for modeling, lighting, cinematic camera layout, and animating in 3D.

My toolbox filled with tools for creating, shooting, editing, manipulating, and finishing static and motion graphics. Connect with me
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