Illustrated maps of popular boroughs in ATL. These maps will be distributed to new homeowners in welcome baskets, through ATL realtors across the city.
Each map has illustrated icons of popular places in each ATL hood. From a good donut to a community garden, all these places are special to young and old Atlanta natives.
See something ya like? Contact me for prints of your favorite spot in ATL through my email email@example.com
A gig poster designed for Shakey Graves performance on June 30th, 2016 in Macon, Ga.
Check out his music here
Designed and illustrated the art print for Vinyl Me Please February Album of the Month ig Bill Broonzy Sings Folk Songs. If you love vinyl, check out the best damn record club out there here!
This project shows the process of sketches, to the finish product
Designed a mock poster for Quentin Tarantino's 2012 movie Django Unchained
Inspired by Paulo Coelho's book The Alchemist to create a mock book cover/ jacket. All rights to the quote used on the back of the jacket belong to the author.
Images and Illustration © 2015 McKenzie Nelson
Designed a movie poster for the film Serena
© 2014 McKenzie Nelson
Poster Design for Vinyl Fest in Louisville KY
© 2014 McKenzie Nelson
Collaborated with designer / illustrator Chelsea Jane Meadows to design posters for our curated senior exhibition 15 / 13.
An end of the year showcase exhibiting work from 15 graduating SCAD Illustration Majors showing at a local gallery 13 Bricks. (event date: May 29th 2015)
Check out Chelsea Jane Meadow's work here.
Huge thanks to the guys at 13 Bricks, check out their business here.
This project is a book dummy, in which I wrote and illustrated a children's book about the reason why birds sit on power lines. I used a digital scratchboard technique in black and white to execute the level of detail that were used in the finished illustrations.
I illustrated a children's book by Pam Holland about two dogs named Frieda (the black german shepherd) and Moses (the golden retriever), two dogs who form an unbreakable friendship. These are just a couple of the 32 completed illustrations.
To be published in 2017 by Down East Books
These are a variety of concepts for business cards that I developed over the summer of 2015 during my internship in NYC. The goal was to have a different approach with color, type and composition with each character profile.