When this public art project took over Denver this past April, I was delighted to be the graphic designer for the Denver Theatre District in making all of the print, digital, and promotional items. From Family Day painting downtown, to guided group meditations and street performers, I was involved with the creation of all collateral for the City events.
Started by artist Konstantin Dimopoulos, the trees are painted with non-toxic, water soluble pure pigment as part of an ongoing environmental art installation all over the world to raise environmental awareness. The art direction, design, layout, and type are my work, and the photos were taken by the photographer hired by DTD and Kon, which were provided to me as design assets.
It was fantastic to be a part of this local art installation and work closely with Denver Parks & Recreation, Denver Digs, and DTD, and meet all of the talented people involved in making it possible. Through a 16 block area around the Denver Center for Performing Arts, you still may be able to spot some of Kon's blue trees.