Final logo for Anabolift Superior Nutrition. Over a couple of months, I narrowed down my concepts using input from several individuals, from other graphic designers to regular gym-goers. The "A" is modeled using the anthropomorphic form of someone performing a sumo-deadlift. 

The full display of my senior show. I wanted people to be able to weave in and around my supplements so they could see the entire label of each one and get closer looks at the model's photos.  It was set up to mimic a professional booth that you would see at any fitness expo.

Close-up of the vinyl banner I had made from The Sign Factory in Roanoke, Virginia. 

Ad photos I created using studio-space from Summit in Bristol, TN. Models pictured are Stacy Fields and myself. The photo of Stacy was taken by me. The photo of myself was taken by Patrick Savage. All photos edited by me using Adobe Photoshop.

Ad photos I created using studio-space from Summit in Bristol, TN. Models pictured are McHalie Campbell and myself. The photo of McHalie was taken by me. The photo of myself was taken by Patrick Savage. All photos edited by me using Adobe Photoshop.

Package design for Ultimass, my ultra premium muscle mass gainer. I wanted a logotype that appeared to be extremely dense and also incorporate each particular flavor into the color scheme. Created with Adobe Illustrator.

Package design for Adrenalift, my pre-workout that also provides intense focus. I wanted a logotype that appeared to be shooting forward to mimic the surge of adrenaline that the supplement also provides. Each color scheme is influenced by the particular flavor. Created with Adobe Illustrator. 

Package design for Bent, my muscle fortifying meal replacement bar. I wanted to turn the inside of a protein bar into a logotype that would hopefully help induce hunger onto a potential customer. The color scheme for the logo is influenced by each particular flavor. Created with Adobe Illustrator. 

Package design for Hibernate, my THC-infused muscle recovery and deep sleep aid. I incorporated some characteristics of the gummy bears into the logotype, most notably the colors and the name of the supplement itself. Created with Adobe Illustrator. 

Model: Stacy Fields. Photo taken and edited by me, using Adobe Photoshop.

Model: myself. Photo taken by Patrick Savage. Edited by me, using Adobe Photoshop.

Model: McHalie Campbell. Photo taken and edited by me, using Adobe Photoshop.

Model: myself. Photo taken by Patrick Savage. Edited by me, using Adobe Photoshop. 

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