The Deuce is a product from F.M. Manufacturing that will carry one or two portable restrooms when connected to a truck’s receiver hitch or frame. This project included the photography, layout and the Deuce logo design in which the ‘U’ is an iconic view of the Deuce holding two portable restrooms.
The photo for this advertisement features a retrospective look into C.E. Electronics, Inc. while subtly incorporating current product designs. This advertisement will appear in the 2008 issues of the NAEC Directory and the Elevator World Source, which are the “Yellow Pages” of the elevator industry. This ad is another collaborative effort with Stuart Rosebrock.
Special thanks to Airmate Company for providing some of the classic drafting tools.
This advertisement was a collaborative effort with Stuart Rosebrock who was responsible for the layout. I modeled and rendered the three sets of elevator doors in 3D Studio MAX and Stuart assembled the renderings with the photos in Photoshop. Initially a two-page spread version was published in Elevator World Magazine and has been reinforced with the single page version show below.
This photograph and advertisement were done for F.M. Manufacturing Inc. The company makes a line of portable restroom trailers that does not require the user to strap down the port-a-johns for transport. Instead, each unit is secured to the trailer by their skids with a clamp. Genius.
The idea was to vilify straps by fashioning one into a snake poised to strike. The ad was first run in the August 2007 issue of PRO magazine.
This advertisement was a collaborative effort with Stuart Rosebrock who was responsible for the layout. It was first published in Elevator World Magazine in July 2007.