One of numerous marketing posters designed and produced for events run by the Student Government Association.

One of numerous marketing posters designed and produced for events run by the Student Government Association.

 A poster designed and produced for a long-running program at UNT's student government.

A poster designed and produced for a long-running program at UNT's student government.

 A t-shirt designed and produced for the Student Government Association. As the first design of the year, it was printed on tank tops that were given out to incoming students.

A t-shirt designed and produced for the Student Government Association. As the first design of the year, it was printed on tank tops that were given out to incoming students.

"Mean Green Approved"
"Mean Green Approved"

This was a mocked-up seal for possible SGA gear to tie the freebies together.

Ironically, the seal itself was not approved.

 Two of the apparel pieces designed for UNT's Student Government Association. (Me on the left, the then-president on the right.)

Two of the apparel pieces designed for UNT's Student Government Association. (Me on the left, the then-president on the right.)

 A poster in a series of works designed and produced to advertise interaction between students and their student government representatives. 

A poster in a series of works designed and produced to advertise interaction between students and their student government representatives. 

 The "Meet Your Senator" campaign in action.

The "Meet Your Senator" campaign in action.

 A flyer in a series of works created for "Operation: Bleed Green", a promotional program a UNT student government senator and I organized with the UNT Bookstore. ( The bookstore was subsequently bought out by Barnes & Noble, so the program was quickly scrapped.)

A flyer in a series of works created for "Operation: Bleed Green", a promotional program a UNT student government senator and I organized with the UNT Bookstore. (The bookstore was subsequently bought out by Barnes & Noble, so the program was quickly scrapped.)

 One of the many posters designed and produced for the student government's campaign to get students to participate in the student government elections.   The presidential debate was telecast in front of a student audience and moderated by UNT's debate organization.

One of the many posters designed and produced for the student government's campaign to get students to participate in the student government elections. 

The presidential debate was telecast in front of a student audience and moderated by UNT's debate organization.

SGA-Election-Applications-Spring-2013.jpg
SGA-Elections-Spring-2013.jpg
Voting Booth_Tabling.jpg
 One of numerous marketing posters designed and produced for events run by the Student Government Association.
 A poster designed and produced for a long-running program at UNT's student government.
 A t-shirt designed and produced for the Student Government Association. As the first design of the year, it was printed on tank tops that were given out to incoming students.
"Mean Green Approved"
 Two of the apparel pieces designed for UNT's Student Government Association. (Me on the left, the then-president on the right.)
 A poster in a series of works designed and produced to advertise interaction between students and their student government representatives. 
 The "Meet Your Senator" campaign in action.
 A flyer in a series of works created for "Operation: Bleed Green", a promotional program a UNT student government senator and I organized with the UNT Bookstore. ( The bookstore was subsequently bought out by Barnes & Noble, so the program was quickly scrapped.)
 One of the many posters designed and produced for the student government's campaign to get students to participate in the student government elections.   The presidential debate was telecast in front of a student audience and moderated by UNT's debate organization.
SGA-Election-Applications-Spring-2013.jpg
SGA-Elections-Spring-2013.jpg
Voting Booth_Tabling.jpg

One of numerous marketing posters designed and produced for events run by the Student Government Association.

A poster designed and produced for a long-running program at UNT's student government.

A t-shirt designed and produced for the Student Government Association. As the first design of the year, it was printed on tank tops that were given out to incoming students.

"Mean Green Approved"

This was a mocked-up seal for possible SGA gear to tie the freebies together.

Ironically, the seal itself was not approved.

Two of the apparel pieces designed for UNT's Student Government Association. (Me on the left, the then-president on the right.)

A poster in a series of works designed and produced to advertise interaction between students and their student government representatives. 

The "Meet Your Senator" campaign in action.

A flyer in a series of works created for "Operation: Bleed Green", a promotional program a UNT student government senator and I organized with the UNT Bookstore. (The bookstore was subsequently bought out by Barnes & Noble, so the program was quickly scrapped.)

One of the many posters designed and produced for the student government's campaign to get students to participate in the student government elections. 

The presidential debate was telecast in front of a student audience and moderated by UNT's debate organization.

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