As the Color Designer for Nathan Sports, I am responsible for the color selection and application across both the hard goods and soft goods lines. Additional responsibilities included the creation of technical illustrations and specs for all products, as well as textile management and graphic application.
This is a small sampling of some of the current releases from the Fall and Spring 2015 lines.
You can find these products on our website.
All lifestyle photography is used with permission from Ken Etzel.
I have had the opportunity to work on a number of basketball-related projects. Recently, the NBA approached me about creating illustrations to commemorate various accomplishments and events, for distribution across all of their social media accounts. The artwork was animated in collaboration with Stephen Franklin.
A simplified, 30 team icon set was also developed for a project with CelticsBlog's Kevin O'Connor to help recreate the layouts for his annual NBA Draft Guide. You can download the icon set, or phone wallpapers, for free in the shop.
The "Freddie the Yeti" artwork was a graphic design created for the Anon Optics Fall 2015 Youth Tracker goggle.
The piece features a woven strap design, dye sublimation graphic for the frame and buckles, and color selection for the piece.
You can pick one up for yourself here.
This live action and animated short film was created in collaboration with Stephen Franklin. The project utilizes a number of illustrative animations and overlays to help bring a friendly and positive personality to an otherwise unsettling process.
All layout designs, storyboarding, and animation done in collaboration with Stephen Franklin.
The Green Mountain Boys lacrosse program, a LEGACY Sports Global operated club team located in the Burlington, Vermont area, needed a refresh on their brand identity. Working alongside coaches, a new logo was developed which tied directly into Vermont's history.
The mark depicts one of the original members of the Green Mountain Boys, a militia organization from the late 1760's, who resisted the British Province of New York's attempts at controlling the land known as The New Hampshire Grants, an area of land between New York and New Hampshire which is now modern-day Vermont.
This heritage was also infused into the team identity through the use of a color palette drawn directly from their regimental flag, which was green, blue, and ornamented with 13 white stars.
The final outputs for the project were a logo, word mark, and mockups which were applied to a variety of apparel, uniforms, and other applications.
The Merrell Bare Access II was developed as a part of the Merrell Spring 2013 Line.
This White/Blue Depths colorway was tabbed to be produced as a colorway of this versatile barefoot running shoe.
Colorway created during time as a member of the Stain Team at Jager DiPaola Kemp Design.
Tasked with creating brand identity for a startup mobile and desktop application company, aimed at bringing user-submitted files, presentations, and other media to a robust market platform.
Additional illustrations to communicate brand attitude and process were also created for the primary website, as well as animations created in collaboration with Stephen Franklin.
Series of screen prints created as a part of the ISKRA Print Collective.
Set of five prints were geometric portraits of large North American fauna.
Printed in Burlington, VT during Spring 2012.
Prints are 4-color, on 100# Finch Cream Paper.
12" x 12" limited runs of 10 prints.
Justin Jenny is a videographer and media production specialist currently residing in Northern California.
Identity design included branding and creation of a lead-in animation for videos.
Animation by Steve Franklin.
Identity design project for a Vermont-based videography and sound mixing duo.
Project included logo creation, business card design, and a lead-in animation for video work.
Animation by Steve Franklin.
A collection of various logos and marks which were created for personal and client branding projects.
Various icons sets designed for an assortment of projects and applications.
Created as freelance as well as on in-house graphic design teams for print, web, app, and product usage.