I’m a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. In 2011, the fraternity will be celebrating the 100th Year Anniversary of Kappa Chapter at the Ohio State University (where I was initiated). I happily designed the logo for that centennial celebration.
When I’m not illustrating caricatures and cartoons, I stay busy working as the director of art and special publications at the American Physical Sociey in College Park, MD. Here’s a series of 3 feet by 6 feet promotional banners that I designed. They will be displayed at the association’s booth at conferences.
Recently completed a gift caricature of a pharmacist who is retiring at the end of the July. The bumblebee is his company’s mascot.
Earlier this week, the Association Media & Publishing held it’s annual conference in Washington, D.C. I had a great time networking with my professional colleagues. It was a wonderful and thankfully cost-saving local event that let me interactive with several professionals from around country.
Last weekend my family had a great opportunity to pose for some photos from the talented photographer, LaTonya Hines. Visit her site for more information: http://www.inhinessight.com
I designed a sticker to be used on construction site workers’ hard hats. It also can be used as a vehicle bumper sticker. Regardless of the limited space, the sticker’s powerful message highlights the importance of science, technology and physics in today’s workplace. Photo by Brian Mosley, American Physical Society (www.aps.org).
I recently designed six large banners that were placed on the light poles along the street outside the American Center for Physics in College Park, MD.