This is a flyer I made for a screening of a documentary at the University of Dayton.
I did not design the image of the book burning. That was made by some brilliant designer associated with EUF, but reverse-engineered a vector version to make it usable for the flyer. Likewise, I did not write the copy. Much of it was given to me, and some of it I took from other promotional materials.
I made this as a reaction to the new food plate that replaces the old food pyramid.
Their work is an improvement, but it amounts to some beautiful window-dressing.
I primarily used data from Environmental Working Group’s Farm Subsidy Database, as well as some other sources to determine crop usage (much of the corn, soy, etc. is used as feed). The data is scathing enough that I erred on the charitable side. Questions? email me.
This is a map I made showing the food staples in the world.
I primarily used data from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization, but I had to supplement it with other sources for some countries not covered in their reports.
There was a fair amount of data analysis that went into this. Questions? email me.
These chapter icons are for an upcoming eBook based on the LMT or Bust blog.
They will go on each page to help organize the work and to give some of the more overworked and tired of the target audience a visual reminder of the subject matter.
This is the banner for a blog by a massage therapy student.
We worked on the concept together and I made the image.