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Florida School of Holistic Living Orlando Brochure

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Once again, I was commissioned by my client Emily Ruff to create a new brochure for the Florida School of Holistic Living. This school is a nonprofit educational organization with the mission of cultivating sustainable...
Client: Emily Ruff

Once again, I was commissioned by my client Emily Ruff to create a new brochure for the Florida School of Holistic Living. This school is a nonprofit educational organization with the mission of cultivating sustainable community by empowering individuals through philosophy-in-practice education that promotes holistic living.

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Florida School of Holistic Living

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The Florida School of Holistic Living is a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization with the mission of cultivating sustainable community by empowering individuals through philosophy-in-practice education that promotes holistic living. The school is located in Orlando on...
Client: Emily Ruff, Paula Diaz

The Florida School of Holistic Living is a 501c3 nonprofit educational organization with the mission of cultivating sustainable community by empowering individuals through philosophy-in-practice education that promotes holistic living. The school is located in Orlando on a quaint building which houses some of their classrooms and main meeting area. A few months ago, I was approached by one of their teachers to redesign and update the school's 2015-2016 class offerings.

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The Number 8 Mandala

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This Mandala was designed for the album cover for the band The Von. It was commissioned by the lead singer/guitarist Luis Bonilla. he band wanted to represent the number 8 to show the duality...
Client: The Von

Mandala for the Album cover for the band The Von. The band wanted to represent the number 8 to show the duality of it's meaning in the layout of the design. The design incorporates a representation of the universe, a merkabah along with different flowers showing the organic representation of life. On the opposite side of the 8 the band wanted to show disintegration to represent decay.