DESIGN PROJECTS

I did my first professional design at 14 years old when I sold a design to a local skateboard company that had a store right across from my high school. A couple decades later, I still love to design branding and marketing materials for festivals, arts organizations + productions, campaigns, album covers, posters, t-shirts and all sorts of artistic expression.

 

Here are a few of my favourite design projects.

 

Please use the contact form for design inquiries.

Thanks!

Car Free Day poster design 2019.
Murray Porter - "Stand Up!" Album Cover
Salmon Arrows Mural @ UFCW 1518
Council Of Spider, Ant & Fly 2018
Verses Festival 2018 branding elemen
Ostwelve Van Mural Fest image
wordschief-instagram
ReframingRelations-Logos-01
whatittakes-instagram-01
bobirds-CD-cover-01
fullsizeoutput_3b0
Salish-Sea-Slam-Feb7-2016-01
billyjack-badge-black-01
beyond150-Feb8-16-01
Colloquium Branding
Salish Sea Summer Guide
Thunderbird logo
Oiloctopus-01
slahkayulsh-panorama
TheGift-02
sos-front-cover
res-rec-logo
digi-longhouse-logo
natives-in-game-dev-poster-01 copy
burnaby-mountain-poster-858-01
2RO-media-logo-01
Kinnie-Starr-Eco-Sleeve-01
maiden-rt-01-wht
uncleSeaMonster-copy
singsoulgirlcs1000_digipak
REDWIRE MAGcover
RedsabbathCoverDONE1200
ontheturn-DVDtrapsheet_Outside-02
KayaCDCover1
hood12back
savageshield-edit
vimaf-logo-red
mgirl-logo-blue-01
lucklucky-01
IMG_5383
salishsea-insta-01copy
nighthawk-poster04-colors-01
NDNs_airwaves-01
rezbluez-oct2014web2
rezblues-spring2015-instasquare-01
ChristieWhorl-whitesquare-01
kitsapHUMANEapril02-01
scowlitz-roadrunners-01
IMG_4914
pendleskull-laptop-skin-01
savage-google-page-01

© 2020 by Ronnie Dean Harris 

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Ostwelve Van Mural Fest image

My contribution to the 2018 Vancouver Mural Festival. The whole of the head of False Creek east of Main Street, was at one time a great mudflat, much like a great circular pool in the forest clad hills surrounding, now filled in. Sturgeon or qʷta:yθən were once fished in these mud flats and were referred to as 'sister' whenhandling them. This tradition follows a story of a sister who loved the water so much, she was transformed into the sturgeon to help future generations.

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