Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Annual Report Creative Directors: Isabel Sierra y Gómez de León and Damian Totman Art Director: Linda Lu Illustration: Kylan Larson
Illustration for the Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Annual Report. Visit annualreport.bloomberg.org.
Bloomberg New Economy Forum Creative Directors: Isabel Sierra y Gómez de León and Damian Totman Project Managers: Sarah Boomgaarden and Ari Pavlakis Logo Design: VSA Partners Designer: Kylan Larson
The New Economy Forum, to be held in Beijing on Nov. 6-8, 2018, will bring together a select group of global leaders to address the key issues shaping a new global economic order. Visit neweconomyforum.com.
ESPN College Football Playoff Campaign (Part One) Wieden+Kennedy for ESPN Creative Director: Erwin Federizo Art Director: Jed Heuer Designer: Kylan Larson Illustration: Brendan Donnelly, Alessandro Echevarria, Kylan Larson
For the third installment of ESPN’s “WHO’S IN?” campaign, the concept of “There Are Many Roads to the Playoff” was conceived. The Road to the Playoff is intricate and ever-changing. With that, the goal of the design was to show the magnitude of the journey through a visual language of individual states, unique highway shields, road sign icons and an elaborately illustrated, expansive map of the United States.
ESPN College Football Playoff Campaign (Part Two) Wieden+Kennedy for ESPN Creative Director: Erwin Federizo Art Director: Jed Heuer Designer: Kylan Larson
"Famous Among Friends" Wieden+Kennedy for Bud Light Creative Director: Erwin Federizo Art Director: Jed Heuer Designer: Kylan Larson
As America's most social, sessionable beer Bud Light has always been in the business of friendship. So in 2017, W+K launched a new long-term platform for the brand that celebrates the value of building friendships over Bud Lights, in lots of different ways. The custom font for the tagline stays true to the lettering that has appeared on the Bud Light label for decades.
Brand Identity for S&H Athletics Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
S&H Athletics is an authentic clothing brand for not-so-professional athletes everywhere. Inspired by nostalgic athletic style, it’s a celebration of “all sorts of sports.” For the S&H Athletics main apparel label, numerous designs were made depicting “all sorts of sports” and placed randomly on the S&H Athletics garments. These labels, combined with the various hang tags, give each piece of clothing a uniqueness when viewed in a retail environment. On the reverse side of each label is the S&H Athletics version of “contents,” which when added up equal 110%. A classic sports cliché.
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Shipley & Halmos Canal St. Pop-up Shop Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
In February of 2014, Shipley & Halmos opened up the “Made in S&H” pop-up shop on Canal Street in NYC. The CFDA Award-winning designers aimed to reinterpret the tchotchke trinket and knockoff shops that line the infamous downtown strip by putting a clever spin on the run-of-the-mill souvenirs. In addition to the S&H Spring 2014 collection, the store was stocked with, among others, a shot glass that ranks your intake with that of classic authors, a crappy plastic keychain that announces itself as such and a beer koozie that dictates which cheap American beers are allowed to be placed inside.
NYC PLAYING CARDS
New York City is a cultural nexus of artists, writers and actors. These custom designed playing cards pay homage to those figures. Each face card is uniquely illustrated and represents a small fraction of the many iconic New Yorkers responsible for contributing to the city’s rich creative history.
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Shipley & Halmos F/W 2014 "I Was(n't) Here" Lookbook Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson Photography: Dan McMahon Set Design: Chelsea Maruskin
Shipley & Halmos S/S 2013 "The Unknown Artist" Lookbook Poster 4/4 printed 60 lb. paper 21.25" X 33.25" Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
Each and every choice we experience is designed or created by someone out there. For Spring 2013, S&H named the collection, "The Unknown Artist." It's their way of giving credit to those whose work inspires our everyday creative process even though in many cases we don't know exactly who they are.
Various illustrations for various clients.
Brand Identity for New Orleans-based menswear label Haspel. Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
Haspel, the 100+ year old American menswear brand credited for inventing the seersucker suit, relaunched in June of 2013. Along with introducing its first new collection since 1977, the iconic label was in need of a modern image. This included an updated version of the Haspel main logo, new branding and fresh art direction.
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Shipley & Halmos S/S 2012 "Gear Up" Lookbook Poster 4/4 printed 60 lb. paper 21.25" X 33.25" Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
The goal from the beginning had always been to be able to dress the Shipley & Halmos guy from head to toe. With the addition of accessories — such as footwear, eyewear, socks, ties, bags, belts and more — they did just that. It should also be noted that Schwarzenneger gearing up for battle in the 1985 movie Commando was a huge inspiration.
Drawings: 08.10.2015 - 03.31.2016 Pen on paper 10" X 8”
W+K SUMMER PARTY POSTER
Illustration for Wieden+Kennedy New York summer party poster. The theme was pizza. 36" X 24”
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Shipley & Halmos F/W 2011 "Untitled" Lookbook Poster 4/4 printed 60 lb. paper 21.25" X 33.25" Creative Directors: Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos Art Direction and Design: Kylan Larson
For their Fall 2011 collection, Shipley & Halmos were intrigued by the thought of what guys do when they’re spending time by themselves. This shoot was intended to show various sides of the Shipley & Halmos guy — comfortable, creative, productive and unguarded.
Not REALLY trash. Just loosies, one-offs, smaller projects, projects that got made, projects that didn't get made, projects that maybe got made, pitch work, concept work, uncategorized stuff, randomness, etc.