Marketing and Advertising

Art within this gallery has been published in print for books, ads, trade show handouts and used in social media campaigns by Glass Lyre Press. 

Glass Lyre's vision to connect the world through language and art and my passion for elegant shape, clean line and vibrant color has created a dynamic and recognizable brand for Glass Lyre Press. 

Client Name
Glass Lyre Press
  • Glass Lyre Press Logo

    The logo of the company Glass Lyre Press. It is seen on our website, Facebook, Twitter, at trade shows and events.

    Tags
    Vector, Digital, Logo, Photoshop, Illustrator
    Year
    2015
    Dimensions
    4" x 2" (WxH)
    Glass Lyre Press Logo
  • Lyrebird Award Seal

    First seal created in a series of literary awards for Glass Lyre Press.

    Tags
    Photoshop, Digital Painting, Logo, Award
    Year
    2014
    Lyrebird Award Seal
  • Kithara Award Seal

    Second seal created in a series of literary awards for Glass Lyre Press.

    Tags
    Photoshop, Digital Painting, Logo, Award
    Year
    2015
    Kithara Award Seal
  • Liakoura Award Seal

    Third seal created in a series of literary awards for Glass Lyre Press.

    Tags
    Photoshop, Digital Painting, Logo, Award
    Year
    2016
    Liakoura Award Seal
  • Habeas Corpus

    Habeas Corpus is not a book about law but the human body. The book itself is short with vivid word choice and tongue in cheek humor.

    The client requested that body parts be depicted on the cover but to strictly avoid gory or shocking imagery. This lead to the decision of silhouettes giving the piece a classy feel while keeping true to the client's request.

    Tags
    Book Cover, Digital, Vector, Habeas Corpus, Photoshop
    Year
    2015
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Habeas Corpus
  • Habeas Corpus eyes

    Originally created as a back cover image for the book Habeas Corpus but due to space constraints were removed in final production.

    Was used later for social media ad campaign to drum up sales of the book Habeas Corpus.

    Tags
    Habeas Corpus, Vector, Digital, Photoshop
    Habeas Corpus eyes
  • Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 8, Issue 16

    Front, back and spine design for the 2015 issue of Pirene's Fountain. Approved by the client and passed off to Layout and Design for final text.

    The theme for the issue was nautical with the client specifically requesting a seahorse and blue and teal color scheme.

    Tags
    Magazine, Cover, Underwater, Seahorse, Vector, Photoshop
    Year
    2015
    Dimensions
    5" x 4" (WxH)
    Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 8, Issue 16
  • Aoelian Harp

    Cover art for use on Glass Lyre Press's poetry anthology, Aoelian Harp. The image is intended for use on each consecutive issue.

    Final composition of the image for print and advertisements was handled by Layout and Design.

    Client requested something breezy with organic shapes overlooking a body of water. Photoshop was used to create the image.

    Tags
    Digital Painting, book cover, Photoshop
    Year
    2015
    Dimensions
    2" x 2" (WxH)
    Aoelian Harp
  • Collateral Damage

    Focal Piece for the anthology project Collateral Damage. Info about the project can be found at the following: http://www.glasslyrepress.com/collateral-damage.html

    Client requested something stark representing both the Earth and it's children. The egg motif was decided upon as it represents one of the earliest stages of life. The broken shell signifying how easy it is for that life to be taken and ruins left behind.

    This is a charity project with proceeds from the eventual sales going to children in desperate need. This money will be going to UNICEF and similar organizations.

    Tags
    Digital Painting, Photoshop, Book Cover, Charity
    Year
    2015
    Dimensions
    9" x 6" (WxH)
    Collateral Damage
  • Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 7, Issue 15

    Front cover art for the inaugural print issue of Pirene's Fountain, a Journal of Poetry. Until 2014 all other issues had been released in strictly digital format via the webpage http://pirenesfountain.com/

    Tags
    Magazine, Book Cover, Digital, Seasons, Photoshop
    Year
    2014
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 7, Issue 15
  • Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 7, Back

    Dogwood inspired branches for the back cover to illustrate the spring season. Only the upper branch was used.

    Tags
    Book Cover, Digital, Photoshop
    Year
    2014
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Pirene's Fountain a Journal of Poetry Vol 7, Back
  • Femme Eterna

    Each bust depicts an influential woman from history. Enheduanna, the first female poet, legendary Arabic Queen Scheherazade and Egyptian Queen Nefertiti. Drawing from texts, sculpture and paintings of the three women each piece was painted using photoshop. the line art for each piece became a chapter header inside the book.

    Tags
    Bookcover, nefertiti, enheduanna, Scheherazade, Bust, digital painting
    Year
    2014
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Femme Eterna
  • Floodwater

    Floodwater by Connie Post was a collaborative piece as the artist who first began the cover, Melinda B. Hipple, had to bow out before completion. My part was color changes, enhancements to light, shadow and foliage.

    Tags
    Digital Enhancement, Photoshop, Book Cover
    Year
    2014
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Floodwater
  • First Water

    First Water combines the best of the best from the previous digital issues of Pirene's Fountain and gathers them in Glass Lyre Press's first publication.

    The painting itself is of the Naiad Pirene in her fountain which, according to legend was an inspiration to the muses.

    Pictures of the ancient fountain as well as a dear friend for Pirene herself were used in the creation of this image.

    Tags
    Digital Painting, Photoshop, Book Cover
    Year
    2013
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    First Water
  • Sunrise From Blue Thunder

    A poetry anthology by Pirene's Fountain in response to the devastating Tsunami that hit Japan back in 2011.

    Proceeds of the book go to the relief effort for the Tsunami and still do to this day. The idea behind the cover was that even through all the water, Japan could not be swallowed. The Sun is representing Japan

    Tags
    Tsunami, Japan, bookcover, Charity
    Year
    2011
    Dimensions
    2" x 4" (WxH)
    Sunrise From Blue Thunder
  • Poets for Change Pegasus

    2013 was the first year that Glass Lyre Press/Pirene's fountain participated in the charity event hosted by 100 Thousand Poets for Change.

    The Pegasus is an integral part of Pirene's legend and as such, a very special creature to us at GLP. The poster was used as both an online and physical poster to attract attention to the event.

    Tags
    Poster, Charity, Digital Ink, Photoshop
    Year
    2013
    Dimensions
    3" x 2" (WxH)
    Poets for Change Pegasus
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