Graphic Design, Digital, Merch Design, Motion Design, Client Work

JUL!ET is an indie pop artist based out of Seattle, WA. She approached me with a need for broad-use merch designs that implemented her existing logo. Pleased with the merch, she also commissioned me for a series of stage visuals and cover art for a single release.


For her merch, JUL!ET wanted something simple featuring her logo (designed by Leah Berkowitz). I designed a few 1–2 color options that could be used in a variety of ways. The designs were used for sweatshirts, t-shirts, tote bags, and stickers.

JUL!ET sweatshirt mockup
JUL!ET tote mockup
JUL!ET t-shirt mockup

Stage Visuals

For her stage visuals, JUL!ET wanted a series of short, evergreen loops that set a nostalgic vibe.

The stage visuals serve two primary purposes. Firstly, they ensure JUL!ET’s name is prominently featured in many of the photos and videos taken of her set. Secondly, they elevate the production value of her performance.

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STAGE VISUAL A: JUL!ET’s logo interpreted in motion, taking cues from neon signs.

STAGE VISUAL B: Scrolling text inspired by a song name scrolling across a car radio display.

STAGE VISUAL C: Abstract spinning disks 

Album Art

For their single “Keep Up,” JUL!ET and collaborator Dre Fariñas shared a few references of album art that was tonally similar to what they were looking for. They wanted something photographic and clean.

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Keep Up album art