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Yoga Studio in Hudson, NY
Nahi
Nahi* (meaning “we” in Apache) works to create designs that help people. Focusing on nonprofits, small business, and government we look to bring good design wherever it's needed.
Mass Oyster Project
The Board of the Massachusetts Oyster Project reached out to us looking for an update of their brand. Mass Oyster is working towards the restoration of native shellfish to our beaches and coastal estuaries. 
Elect Elisabeth
Logos & Type
Graphic representation of a small portion of our clients brands.
Logos & Type
Graphic representation of a small portion of our clients brands.
Maintaining an Engagement
Infographic for the NY Times
Logos & Type
Chandler Torbett for State Senate
BASE
A typeface created for the Massachusetts Youth Leadership Foundation.
Dassara Brooklyn Ramen Branding
This logo and website was designed for a new Brooklyn ramen restaurant. The first of its kind in upscale Cobble Hill, the restaurant blended New York City influence and authentic Japanese flavors in novel dishes like pastrami ramen. My design work reflects this intersection of Brooklyn and Japan in an accessible and modern way.
DENT - A TYPEFACE
A playful uppercase bifurcated tuscan typeface.
Puleo - Eskilson Wedding
For the Wedding of Genevieve and Brady (soon to be) Eskilson we created a host of materials including a webpage, and print collateral. With Custom type treatments, the Bride and groom were delighted with their design.
Nahi, Native American Style
Nahi (“we” in Apache) is a line of soft goods inspired and designed by Native Americans. On sale at http://store.sebastianebarb.com/
SEED Reel
A collection of my current work as of the summer of 2012
Song on the End - A typeface
Holmes Fest Branding
This shirt was designed for a corporate team-building event. The typography and design utilize a circus-style type treatment to convey novelty and fun. This project was designed outside of Nahi but we thought you would like to see it!
Lexia Tools for Dyslexics.
Lexia is a website dedicated to helping those with dyslexia. By taking a realistic look at dyslexia, the site focuses on several key overlooked areas that hold potential to help dyslexic individuals.
Foundation Center Ad
FC was looking to get people to their training programs to help clients better understand how to apply for grants. They were looking for a funny and fun video to grab attention in a new way. The idea was sprung to uses a training safety video to create humor and a framework that was framiller and related.
Youth of the Beast
I was asked to create a very short title sequence for a film to express the spirit and mood of the movie. The original title sequence was shots of the lead in to the fill with a text overlay. I wanted to bring out the experience that the film projects by using fast moving jazz a cornerstone of the movie. The new title sequence combines this fast pace with a classic look evoking the celebrated film in a more abstract way then the original film titles.
The Battle of Little Big Horn
For Gail Anderson's Just type class. The project was to create a black and white video made up exclusively of type. enjoy
Moss Guitar
What happens when a group of School of Visual Arts MFA Designer as Author students are given brand spanking new Fender Squire electric guitars? They take them apart and screw by screw, make them into torsos, torture racks, TV dinners and butterflies, among other things. And they link them to charities supported by specific rock stars.
SVA Compter Art
Logo done for the BFACA Department, School of Visual Arts.
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